Judy Hung

Violin ; Piano ; Chamber Music ; accompanist

Based in
Montreal, Canada
Judy Hung | Violin ; Piano ; Chamber Music ; accompanist

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Specialized in Violin (Traditional & Suzuki), Piano, Viola, Music Theory, Vocal Coaching, Piano Accompanying, Chamber Music, Vocal and Instrumental Ensemble; group classes, private lessons and trainings available; all levels are welcome!

Studio Location: Pointe-Claire (West Island of Montreal) and Vaudreuil-Dorion (including Ile Perrot; Pincourt ; St. Lazare and Hudson areas) at Teacher's Studio

Educational Background: Doctor of Musical Arts

Teaching Experience: 15+ years

Performance Clips: http://www.youtube.com/user/millytheschnauzer

Website: www.myspace.com/judyhung

Judy Hung's Bio:

Judy Hung, violinist and pianist, is one of the very few musicians that plays both instruments equally well on a professional level. She holds degrees in violin performance at Louisiana State University (Doctor of Musical Arts), San Francisco Conservatory of Music (Master of Music),McGill University (Master of Music in Early Music Performance) and National Sun Yat-sen University in Taiwan (Bachelor of Fine Arts), and has completed a Master's degree in Piano Performance at Syracuse University.

Dr. Judy Hung is the Music Director and Organist of the Valois United Church in Montreal, Canada. She is also the Music Director of the Stewart Hall Youth Choirs. She is a Collaborative Pianist at McGill University. An enthusiastic teacher, she maintains a busy schedule teaching violin, viola and piano in her studios in Pointe-Claire and Vaudreuil-Dorion, as well as at McGill University-Conservatory of Music.

She provides music for all occassions performing on violin, piano and organ. If you would like more information about booking performances or courses, simply write her at [email protected], and she will gladly answer your inquiries.

As a soloist, Judy Hung has performed with the Chautauqua Music Festival Orchestra, San Francisco Conservatory Baroque Ensemble, National Sun Yat-sen University Orchestra, and Syracuse University Symphony Orchestra. During summers, she has appeared at the Moscow Summer Music Festival, Heber Spring Chamber Music Festival, Round-Top Music Festival, Chautauqua Music Festival, Hot Springs Music Festival, Oberlin Baroque Performance Institute, and Early Music Vancouver.

An experienced orchestral musician, she has performed with the Montreal Chamber Orchestra, St. John the Evangelist Baroque Players, Binghamton Philharmonic Orchestra, Utica Symphony Orchestra, Baton Rouge Symphony Orchestra, Acadiana Symphony Orchestra, Rapides Symphony Orchestra, and Kaohsiung City Symphony Orchestra as a Modern/Baroque violinist and violist. She has worked as a principal pianist for the Acadiana Symphony Orchestra, LSU Wind Ensemble, Syracuse University Opera, and is the substitute pianist for the Binghamton Philharmonic Orchestra.

She has served as a collaborative pianist and vocal coach at Syracuse University, Le Moyne College, Louisiana State University, San Francisco Conservatory Preparatory Division, and music schools and colleges in Taiwan. She has worked as an organist and pianist for Grace Episcopal Church (Syracuse, NY), St. Peters Episcopal Church (Syracuse, NY), University Baptist Church (Baton Rouge, LA) and San Francisco Chinese Baptist Church. She was also a harpsichordist for Syracuse Consort during 2006-2007.

A committed and experienced teacher, Judy Hung has served on the music faculty at the Louisiana State University School of Music, National Sun Yat-sen University Community Ensemble program, Calder's School of Music and Fong-si Junior High School.

She has performed new music for the National Association of Composers, USA (NACUSA), Society for New Music, LSU Contemporary Music Festival, and Syracuse University Composer in Residence Series, and has worked with composers including Steven Stucky, John Harbison, Liduino Pitombeira, Michael Daugherty, and Herbert Owen Reed. In the meantime, she continues to augment her musical knowledge by performing period instruments including Baroque violin, harpsichord, fortepiano and organ.

Judy Hung is also an experienced orchestral conductor. She has conducted the LSU Philharmonic Orchestra, LSU Symphony Orchestra, Sewanee Repertory Orchestra, Tainan University Symphony Orchestra, Kaohsiung Youth Symphony Orchestra and Wu-fu Junior Hight School Choir. She has served as the music director at the National Sun Yat-sen University Community Instrumental Ensemble.

Judy Hung has worked in master classes and coachings with diverse artists including Yfrah Neaman, Aaron Rosand, Jacques Israelievitch, Daniel Nalesso, Charles Pikler, Zoya Leybin, Gerard Poulet, Xue Wei(薛偉), Carmel Kaine, Jorja Fleezanis, Edward Grach, Lina Yu (俞麗拿), Max van Egmond, Phyllis Bryn-Julson, Marilyn McDonald, Marc Destrube, Elizabeth Wallfisch, Tom Beghin, Hélène Plouffe, Hank Knox, Alexander Mickelthwate, Gerhard Samuel, Jacques Ogg, Lisa Goode Crawford, Webb Wiggins, Barbara Weiss, Ann Schein, Anne Epperson, Phillip Moll, James Dunham, Shostakovich String Quartet, Cassatt String Quartet, Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio and Audubon String Quartet.

Her principal teachers are Camilla Wicks, Kevork Mardirossian (violin); Chantal Rémillard (Baroque violin); Jerzy Kosmala (viola); Michael Gurt, Steven Heyman (solo piano/piano collaborative arts); Laurette Goldberg (harpsichord/fortepiano); Bonnie Choi (harpsichord); Herndon Spillman, Kola Owolabi (organ); Patti Thompson (voice); Jingdong Cai and Julian Shew (orchestral conducting); and Joseph Downing (composition).

Her dissertation "The Violin Sonata of Amy Beach" has been published by the Louisiana State University ETD Collection.


Aimed at: Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced.

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