Flutist Kah Yun Song received her Master of Music Degree and Graduate Performance Degree from Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins University studying with Professor Mania Piccinini. During her music career at Peabody, she performed at the John F. Kennedy Center Hall in Washington DC with James Galway and Jeanne Galway. Also, she played in the Baltimore Symphony led by Marin Alsop. She played with numerous flutists such as Jeanne Baxtresser, Jim Walker, Karl Heinz Schutz, Paul David and more. As a soloist, Ms. Song has had recitals around the world and has won competitions including Mid Atlantic Flute Fair Young Artist and San Diego Young Artist Competition.
As a dedicated teacher, students of Ms. Song have made an entrance audition to County Band and Regional Band. Also, her students won numerous competitions including New York Flute Club Competition, and she has received Certificate of Recognition as a teacher. Her students have performed at prestigious venues as Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center.
Currently, Ms. Song is flute faculty at New York Music School while pursuing Doctoral Music of Arts Degree at Mason Gross Music Arts of Rutgers University studying with Bart Feller.
Former & current students achievements at New York Music School:
Passed Bergen County Band (2019)