Executive Director

Randy Wong (bio)

Finance Manager

Carol Tsang, CPA

HYS - Carol Tsang - February 2016Performing music in youth orchestras has played an important role in Carol Tsang’s life from an early age, and to this day, music remains her passion. Carol started playing violin at the age of 8 and performed with the San Francisco Symphony Youth Orchestra and the Oakland Symphony Youth Orchestra, where she had the opportunity to perform alongside world-renown musicians including Jennifer Koh, Julian Rachlin, Michael Tilson Thomas, and members of the San Francisco Symphony. She continued to play violin at Cornell University, where she was a member of the Cornell Symphony Orchestra for all four years.

Carol received her Bachelor of Arts degree in economics from Cornell University, and her Master’s degree in accounting from Vanderbilt University Owen Graduate School of Management. She is a Certified Public Accountant in the State of Hawaii. She volunteered for three years with the Alternatives Federal Credit Union in Ithaca, NY helping individuals in the community file their income taxes. She spent past summers teaching English to students in Hong Kong and working as an intern with Southwest Airlines in their tax department filing sales/use tax returns. From 2013 through 2016, Carol worked as an external auditor with Deloitte and Touche, serving clients in various industries including banking, state, construction, retail, and insurance.

Now, as Finance Manager of HYS, she is thrilled to be able to combine her background in accounting with her passion for music and music education.

Operations Manager

Aris Doike

Aris DoikeAris Doike, born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii, graduated from Moanalua High School and is an alumni of the Hawaii Youth Symphony. He received his musical training with a Bachelor’s of Music Degree from the University of Colorado at Boulder and a Performer’s Diploma from Southern Methodist University, where he studied with renowned soloist, Andres Diaz, and principal of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, Christopher Adkins. He has nationally performed recitals in Hawaii, Colorado, Texas, and internationally at Kaohsiung and Ping Tung, Taiwan.

Aris was also the recipient of the Jack Kent Cooke Scholarship from National Public Radio’s “From the Top” and the Theodore Presser Scholarship. Most recently, Aris was a cello teacher for the Dallas Symphony’s Young Strings Program, various schools within the Dallas metroplex and also a member of the Las Colinas Symphony Orchestra in Dallas, TX.

At HYS, Aris was promoted to Operations Manager, from Academy Coordinator, in July 2017. As Operations Manager, Aris is responsible for ensuring that the scheduling and production of the orchestras’ rehearsals, concerts, tours, and special events run smoothly and effectively.

Programs Manager

Ann Doike

Ann Doike is responsible for coordination of all core programs, facilities, and concert production. 

Programs Associate

Janet Morita


Music Librarian & Program Assistant

Rory Onishi

Rory OnishiRory Onishi is a professional musician, music educator, and librarian for the Hawaii Youth Symphony. Hailing from Honolulu, Hawaii, he is a 2011 Kalani High School graduate, Hawaii Youth Symphony alumni, and student of Eric Kop. Mr. Onishi went on to receive his Bachelor of Music degree in French Horn performance from Boston University, where he studied under horn soloist Eric Ruske. He is currently studying at the University of Hawaii at Manoa to pursue a Post Baccalaureate Certificate in Music Education.

Rory was 2nd horn of the Hawaii Symphony Orchestra and frequently performs with Maui Chamber Orchestra, Kamuela Philharmonic, and the Royal Hawaiian Band. He was also the winner of the Baton Rouge Symphony substitute list audition and recipient of the Emerson Scholarship for the Interlochen Summer Arts Camp and Paul Mansur award from the International Horn Society.