Jasmine Chung- Piano

Arts Management Program (Harris Institute), B. Mus Piano Performance (University of Victoria)

Jasmine began playing piano at the age of three. Since then, she enjoyed studying

classical music in South Korea and Canada. With her love for music, she has been

interested in various genres such as pop, new-age, gospel, jazz, and of course,

classical music. She gained an excellent understanding on non-classical music while

she was serving as a keyboardist at church services for over ten years.

She completed her Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance at the University of

Victoria under the tutelage of Eva Solar-Kinderman. Initially, composition was her

core focus, and she won first place at the Murray Adaskin Composition Competition.

However, with her teacher’s huge support and encouragement, Jasmine grew fond

of classical music more than ever and was accepted into performance major. She

now studies Arts Management program at Harris Institute, aspiring to experience

beyond classical music genres and to become active in the music industry.

Jasmine has been teaching piano for six years. She loves to teach and share music

with her students based on her twenty years of learning experience. Her teaching

philosophy is to find the strengths in her students and instill passion for music in

them, so together the students can make the study of piano and playing music

engaging, fulfilling, and fun.


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