Biography of Musica Bella Orchestra member Jane Chung
|Jane Chung, violin/viola, has performed as soloist, recitalist and chamber musician across the United States and Europe, including the festivals of Prussia Cove, Aspen, Taos, Britten-Pears, Utah and Spoleto. She has collaborated as a chamber musician with Joel Krosnick, Rostislav Dubinsky, Luba Edlina, and Steven Isserlis, and the dance company TERRAIN. An enthusiastic performer of contemporary music, Ms. Chung has been a regular guest artist of the Naumburg Award-winning Da Capo Chamber Players since January 2003, including recent tours to Moscow, St. Petersburg and Minsk. She has also appeared with the Elements Quartet, Non Sequitur, Azure Ensemble, odeonquartet, and worked with Mario Davidovsky and Eric Chasalow.
Ms. Chung trained primarily at Yale University, where she received a Master of Music degree and a B.A. (magna cum laude) in architecture, and was winner of both the graduate and undergraduate concerto competitions. She then studied in Vienna as a Fulbright grant recipient. Her main teachers include Peter Oundjian and Donald Weilerstein. Ms. Chung has served on the faculty of Mark O’Connor Fiddle Camp and the Great Neck Music Center, and taught violin and chamber music at Yale. She is also a recent hire of the American Ballet Theatre Orchestra and has performed with the New York Philharmonic, Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, Seattle Symphony, and Metamorphosen Chamber Orchestra.
Ms. Chung was the violin soloist in Bach’s E-major violin concerto on Musica Bella’s December 4 and 5, 2004 concerts.
Musica Bella concerts: May 2, 2004; December 4, 2004; December 5, 2004