Taiwanese American oboist Rong-Huey Liu is a California- based high demand multi-faceted artist. As soloist she has performed concertos of Bach, Corigliano, Daugherty, Ferran, Kalliwoda, Lebrun, Marcello, Mozart, Navarro, Saul, and Straus.
As a Hollywood recording studio musician, Rong-Huey has collaborated with celebrities such as Jennifer Lopez, Carrie Underwood, Chris Botti, Andrea Bocelli, Spinal Tap, The Who, and Weird Al. Her cinema credits include “Star War VIII”, “Lady Bird”, “Ferdinand”, “Agents of SHIELD”, “Animaniacs”, “Simpsons” and “A Jazzman’s Blues”, to name a few. As an orchestral player, Rong-Huey is the principal oboist and faculty at the summer festival Fresno Summer Orchestra Academy (FOOSA) and holds the principal oboe positions in the Long Beach Symphony, Los Angeles Ballet, Fresno Philharmonic and Riverside County Philharmonic.
Deeply committed to music education, Rong-Huey builds a diverse oboe studio with students from various cultures and frequently serves as guest artist at numerous institutes. She holds Bachelor and Master of Music degrees from the Manhattan School of Music, and Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the University of Southern California Thornton School of Music. She is currently the oboe professor at California State University Fullerton, La Sierra University, and Riverside City College.