Haochen Wang graduated from Nankai University in 2016. He served as an assistant conductor of the Student Orchestra and Student Choir of Nankai University. In 2017, he attended Westminster Choir College majoring in Choral Conducting, studied with world-renowned conductors Joe Miller and James Jordan. He was the graduate assistant conductor of the Westminster Symphonic Choir, prepared and performed choral-symphonic works such as Handel’s Messiah, Mozart’s Requiem and C Minor Mass with top-level orchestras including New York Philharmonic and the Philadelphia Orchestra. He went on tour with the Westminster Choir all across the United States and also in Beijing as a part of the International Students Chorus Week, giving concerts and translating masterclasses of Joe Miller. He has also performed with the WC at the ACDA national conference and Spoleto Festival in Charleston, South Carolina, performing major works including Bach’s St. John Passion and Talbot’s Path of Miracles.  In May 2019, he conducted Westminster Symphonic Choir to perform Vaughan Williams’ cantata Dona Nobis Pacem to great acclaim. He received his master’s degree in music in 2019.

After returning to China, he worked extensively with Chinese choirs and orchestras including the Tianjin Juilliard Pre-College Youth Chorus and High School Chorus, International Schools Consortium Choirs, Tianjin Peter Children’s Choir, Qingdao HymnFun Children’s Choir, Nankai University Student Orchestra, Fun-Bella Chamber Orchestra and Vivace Chamber Orchestra. In 2021, he won a Gold Award at the World Choir Festival conducting Tianjin Alma Women’s Choir.

While being active in teaching, performing and administrative works, he is dedicated to the popularization of music and the translation and edition of music publications. His Chinese translation of the book Choral Artistry and Pedagogy Reimagined by James Jordan has been published in America by WE-Music in 2020.