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Dr. Ang is also an accomplished violinist and is an active member of the World Doctors Orchestra. Joel Ang, M.D. was previously the Concertmaster of the Duke University Symphony Orchestra and has studied with Hsiao-Mei Ku of the Ciompi Quartet at Duke University. He currently studies with William Haroutounian of the National Symphony Orchestra and plays a violin by Bernard Simon Fendt c. 1842.

Dr. Ang is also an accomplished violinist and is an active member of the World Doctors

Dr Ang plays 1st violion with the World Doctors Orchestrata

Orchestra. Joel Ang, M.D. was previously the Concertmaster of the Duke University Symphony Orchestra and has studied with Hsiao-Mei Ku of the Ciompi Quartet at Duke University. He currently studies with William Haroutounian of the National Symphony Orchestra and plays a violin by Bernard Simon Fendt c. 1842.

In May 2008 Dr. Ang was selected as first violinist in the first concert of the World Doctor’s Orchestra in Berlin, Germany. His participation  continues with concerts in 2009 at Severance Hall, Cleveland Ohio and Berlin. 2010 Concers were in Taipei and Berlin.

2011 found the World Doctors Orchestra at Strathmore Hall, Bethesa Maryland on September 11, 2011 in a commerative concert. In 2012 Dr. Ang participated in Berlin, Germany and in 2013, Dr. Ang performed with the World Doctor’s Orchestra in Vienna, Austria. The concerts benefit a non-profit clinic in South Africa, as well as selected organizations in host cities.

Closer to home Dr. Ang performed with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra as part of Baltimore’s Artscape event. The concerts were at Joseph Myerhoff Symphony Hall July 20 2013 and July 21, 2013. Dr. Ang was the First Violinst for the Dvorak String Quartet in G Major, Op. 77.

September 17 and 18, 2013, Dr. Ang performed with the World Doctor’s Orchestra in Bonn and Berlin, Germany. The concerts featured pieces by Beethoven and R. Strauss, as well as arias and transcribed Jazzsongs.

Go to Arts.21 for review of the concert, slide to 13.30 to hear the report.