A native of St. Louis, Grammy Award winning violinist Henry William Wang has been described by the Washington Post as an artist "that makes the audience cheer lustily". He has won several engagements as soloist with orchestras including the University of Chicago Chamber Orchestra, the Alton Symphony Orchestra, the University City Symphony, the Belleville Philarmonic, and the Saint Louis Symphony Youth Orchestra. Venues of solo performances have included The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and Powell Symphony Hall.

Currently residing in New York, Henry performs with various ensembles including the New York Classical Players, Metropolis Ensemble, Trinity Wall Street NOVUS ensemble, Quodlibet Ensemble, the Manhattan Chamber Players and is a substitute violinist of the New York Philharmonic. His solos can be heard on the Grammy Award Winning Album "The Prison" on the Chandos Label.

Henry is a graduate of the Juilliard School where he studied under Glenn Dicterow. He also studied under Mr. Dicterow and Lisa Kim at the Manhattan School of Music in the Orchestral Performance Program. Previously, he attained his BM as a student of Almita and Roland Vamos at Northwestern University.

Active outside the classical music scene, Henry regularly performs with Jazz legends such as Steve Coleman and Billy Childs. He has also appeared on an album by the Roots as well as on the hit TV Show, America's Got Talent.