Dr. Ti Chung, Flute


A native of Taiwan, Dr. Ti Chung is a versatile flutist and educator residing in Ridgefield, CT. She holds a D.M.A. in flute performance from Texas Tech University, a M.M. Degree from SUNY Purchase College, and a B.A. from SUNY Stony Brook University. Dr. Chung also instructs piano and music theory classes. 

As a performer, Ti has appeared as a soloist playing Mozart’s Flute Concerto No. 2 with the Queensboro Symphony Orchestra and Liebermann’s flute concerto with the Texas Tech University Symphony Orchestra as the winner of concerto competition. She regularly performs with the Queensboro Symphony Orchestra and the Hilltop Music Collective in Greenwich, and has given a number of concerts in a variety of settings, and in collaboration with artists from many disciplines, including the Chelsea Symphony, the Mise-En Ensemble, the New York Electroacoustic Music Festival, the Musiktage Festival in Austria, the Lubbock Symphony Orchestra Education Woodwind Quintet, and the convention of National Flute Association with Texas Tech University Flute Choir. In 2013, Ti Chung coordinated a cultural exchange project with Peking University, China, and presented as guest artists with Dr. Lisa Garner Santa.

As an educator, Dr. Chung has registered extensive teacher training on both Suzuki flute and Suzuki Early Childhood Education, and she currently serves as a faculty member at the Greenwich Suzuki Academy, the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music, La Scuola D’Italia, and the Joyce Music Center. Her studios include a broad level of students from young beginners to advanced high school students to adults. From 2011-2014, she acted as the teaching assistant in the flute studio at Texas Tech University. Dr. Ti Chung’s teachers include Dr. Lisa Garner Santa, Dr. Tara O’Connor, Dr. Conor Nelson, Kaori Fujii, and she has performed in master classes by Tatjana Ruhland, Paula Robinson, Carol Wincenc, Susan Milan, Christina Jennings, Claudio Barile, Pamela Youngblood, Ayako Oshima.