Hello, my name is DJ Allen Huang. I love what I do, and I’m passionate about creating and making amazing memories with my music and energy. I’ve lived in San Diego for most of my life, but I was fortunate to live in Hong Kong for 6 months which helped me learn Mandarin Chinese in addition to English.
Music has always been a big part of my life. From age 5 I started learning the piano then progressed into the violin. Over time violin became my primary instrument. As my skills grew, I ended up touring Europe while performing with my orchestra. I also performed at Carnegie Hall in New York City in 2012! After touring, I ended up retiring from violin for college but I still wanted to keep music in my life in a big way.
Ice skating was another interest I had growing up, so I had some connections that got me a job as a DJ and party host at the San Diego Ice Arena. It was a perfect part-time job while I was in school. From touring, I was already very familiar with how music can move an audience. Now as a DJ, I had the flexibility in the styles of music I could use to make the crowd get pumped! In addition, I really loved getting involved with the kids and adults at the rink by leading participation dances and activities!
The staff was so impressed with my skills I was referred to Dancing DJ Productions. After training at over 30 events as an assistant DJ, I progressed into weddings and parties of all types. I was getting great feedback from my clients and loving the happiness I brought people! I continue to be excited every day that I get to do what I love and bring joy to people!
I’m also an avid music listener, so I know all types of music and really enjoy learning new songs that make people dance! I know how to really pump up a crowd and get everyone up and dancing through my personality and experience. Music will always be a huge part of my life as music has always defined who I am. I think that music is one of the most powerful things mankind has ever discovered, and I want to share my joy and passion for it with you!