I was born in South Korea, began to study piano at the age of 4 and she started violin at age 5.
I have studied violin at Sunwha Art middle and high school in Seoul, South Korea. I hold a bachelor’s degree in music from Ewha Woman’s University in Seoul, South Korea. I also received my Master’s degree in classical violin from Manhattan School of Music(MSM) in New York. I was offered a scholarship when I was studying at Manhattan School of Music. I played as the Principal Violin in Manhattan School of Music Orchestra and Concertmaster in Ewha Symphony orchestra. I played in the various master classes, chamber groups, and orchestras. I had a performance in Carnegie Hall, New York.
I am a Member of Music Teachers’ Association of California(MTAC) and Southwestern Youth Music Festival(SYMF). Many of my students play in Youth orchestras, and won many awards in competitions. I have performed for Santa Monica Symphony, Beach Cities Symphony, Palisades Symphony, as a first violin section member and principal violinist. I am currently working on my Doctoral Music Education degree at Liberty University.
I want my students to approach music education as music therapy.
Bachelor of Music - Ewha Woman
Master of Music - Manhattan School of Music
Doctoral of Music Education - Liberty University
My students accepted from well-known music institutes, My students won many music competitions.
Adjunct faculty at community colleges and universities.
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