- Biography -

Ho-Ling Tang is a composer, orchestrator, and arranger based in Los Angeles.

Ho-Ling's musical versatility and sensibilities are displayed in her work on a variety of projects. Her recent scores can be heard in the RTHK (Radio Television of Hong Kong) episodes and the thriller that adapted from Stephen King's novel, Willa. She also works as an orchestrator and has contributed to the following films: La Gran Adventura de Los Lunnis y el Libro Magico, Wu Ling Guai Shou (Kung Fu Monster), The Accidental Prime Minister. She has also written music for production libraries including Extreme Music and FineTune Music.

A passion for literature, visual art, and theatre inform all of Ho-Ling's compositions; the interconnected nature of these art forms continually motivates her exploration of musical expression as an emotional, storytelling vehicle.

Ho Ling is currently working as a music assistant for the renowned film composer Harry Gregson-Williams. She holds a master's degree from the Berklee College of Music in Scoring for Film, Television and Video Games. She is also a recipient of the Composers and Authors Society of Hong Kong Music Scholarship 2016, the Berklee General Scholarship and the Macau Postgraduate Scholarship. She recently has been selected as one of the ten finalists at the Berlin International Film Scoring Competition (2018). She has recently been selected to participate in Sundance Institute's 2019 Music Composer and Sound Design Lab at Skywalker Sound. Her orchestral piece "Eternity" has been nominated for the Hollywood Music in Media Awards.