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DMA, The Ohio State University, Flute Performance MM. University of Cincinnati, Flute Performance BM, Yonsei University, Flute Performance (Korea)
2013 December Winner's Recital at the Weill Hall at the Carenegie Hall in New York City2013 First Place Winner of the American Protege International Flute Competition & Honorable Mention of the Alexander Buono International Flute Competition2012 Performance with The Ohio State University Symphony Orchestra2012 Winner of the DMA Concerto Competition2011 Winner of the Alexa Still Masterclass Competition
I'm a freelance flutist in Columbus, Ohio and volunteer musician at the James Cancer Hospital at The Ohio State University. I have recently graduated with Doctoral of Musical Arts at The Ohio State University under guidance of Katherine Borst Jones and as a soloist I have performed for "Franz Devienne Flute Concerto No. 7 in e minor" with The Ohio State University Symphony Orchestra. I won numerous competitions including American Protege International Flute Competition, Alexander & Buono International Flute Competition, Central Ohio Flute Association: Young Artist Competition, Alexa Still Masterclass Competition and so on. Currently, I'm preparing a debut at the Weil Recital Hall at the Carnegie Hall in New York City in December, 2013.
I began teaching private lessons from 2004 and tried to consistently teaching students in my home studio. I was a counselor and private lesson instructor at the OSU Flute Workshop from 2011 to 2013. Playing duets with student, learn very exciting extended techniques, and various repertoire are features I emphasize for students to help them enjoy and motivate to learn. In addition to that, I encourage students to prepare for competitions and recitals in order to develop and improve their musicianship I started teaching piano to beginners from this year. I try to help studnets have fun in their lessons with exciting pieces. I'm looking forward to see you.
Every time I meet for lesson with student(s), I prepare handouts and copies of pieces. The handouts are usully about warm-up routines (excercises of tone, fingering techniques, tonging excercises, vibrato and so on). It depens on the level of the students. If a student needs to buy new music(piece), I recommend to purchase and give information (title, composer, website, and price)
We are all different. Each student has their own pace of learning. So, I encourage this with setting up realistic goals for each student. Every lesson, I write memos about assignemnts, and student's progress compare to previous lesson/week. Therefore, students and parents will receive "Progress Results" in every four lessons. (or every first week of the month.)
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