Winnie Fan

Winnie Fan is an active soloist, chamber musician, orchestral clarinetist, educator, and advocate of new music. She has performed throughout the United States and internationally in China, Japan, Taiwan, and United Kingdom. She joined the Central Texas Philharmonic, as Principal Clarinetist since 2013 and was appointed the Director of Admissions at Taipei Music Academy & Festival in 2019. She is also a member in the Houston Serenade Project and served as clarinet faculty at Vivace International School of Music. 

Since 2016, Ms. Fan has advocated to performing voluntary for Alzheimer organization. In 2017, she started the “Winnie Fan Volunteer Performance Program” in the Greater Houston area to promote this action with her students and more people. Ms. Fan received her Doctoral of Musical Arts and Master of Music from the University of Texas at Austin. She is currently maintains a large, private studio in the Greater Houston area.

*Texas Music Educator Association member (TMEA)

*Texas Music Teacher Association member (TMTA)

*Music Teacher National Association member (MTNA)

*Katy Music Teacher Association member (KMTA)

*Katy ISD Qualify Private Instructor 

Visit Winnie Fan's Personal Website

www.winniefan.com

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Sunjung Lee

A concert pianist, Dr. Sunjung Lee, actively performs as a soloist and chamber musician. She also has been featured as a soloist with orchestras and has been invited to participate as a guest pianist in prestigious music festivals such as Atlantic Music Festival, Beijing International Music Festival and Academy, Busan International Music Festival, and Music Fest Perugia. 

Dr. Lee is deeply involved in enriching the community through outreach programs and performing at unconventional venues such as hospitals, retirement centers, and schools. She performs regularly with her piano trio, Trio713, and is a pianist at the Center for Performing Arts Medicine at the Houston Methodist Hospital. Dr. Lee has also served as the director of the Cy-Fair Chamber Music Series and has appeared on KUHF Houston Public Radio on 87.9 FM. Also, a CD album “Archipelago of Light'' that she participated as a guest pianist was released in 2013 by Delos Music.

Dr. Lee has received her Doctor of Musical Arts in Piano Performance from the University of Kansas and Master of Music in Piano Chamber Music and Accompanying at the Shepherd School of Music. She is an adjunct professor at the Lone Star College in Montgomery, Texas.

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