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Ever since a young age as 4 years old, Rosa has found great joy and satisfaction in making music and sharing it with people all over the world. Rosa is originally from Seoul, South Korea. After finishing her first year at Seoul Arts High School, Rosa moved to the United States to attend Idyllwild Arts Academy in California.
Rosa has appeared in various venues including Morse Hall and Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center, Weill Recital Hall, Zankel Hall, and Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall, 92nd Street Y, and the Seoul Arts Center. As a concerto soloist, she has performed with the Seoul Arts High School Orchestra, Yale Baroque Ensemble, Symphony S.O.N.G Orchestra, Stony Brook Symphony Orchestra, and Flute Ensemble Adina. As a devoted teacher, Rosa served as undergraduate flute lesson instructor at Stony Brook University and secondary instrument instructor at Yale University. Rosa served as a faculty at the Morse Summer Music Academy (Yale School of Music). She is currently serving as a flute instructor at the Rudolf Steiner School in New York City.
Rosa completed her Bachelor’s degree from the New England Conservatory, a Master’s degree from Yale University, and a doctorate in musical arts degree from the Stony Brook University. Her major teachers include Rocksun Moon, Sara Andon, Fenwick Smith, Ransom Wilson, and Carol Wincenc.
Jessica Schury is a versatile flutist and educator based on Long Island. She has won multiple awards including the Pennsylvania MTNA Young Artist Competition, the Philadelphia Flute Society Collegiate Young Artist Competition, the West Chester University (WCU) Wind Ensemble Concerto Competition, and acceptance into the U.S. Air Force Band Collegiate Symposium. Jessica has premiered works by Eliza Brown, Kris McCormick, Adam Silverman and Jess Turner. As an avid chamber musician, she has toured and performed concerts in Germany, Austria, Italy, and China as well as many other parts of the US including Carnegie Hall. Most recently, she can be heard on the WCU Wind Ensemble’s Grammy nominated album, Blessings Flow.
Along with her performance experience, Jessica has a passion for teaching and she currently teaches at the Long Island Music Conservatory in Syosset, NY. Her students have attended Pennsylvania Music Educator Association’s District, Regional and State Band and Orchestras as well as universities such as West Chester University, Temple University, the University of North Carolina Greensboro and Yale University. She has experience teaching classroom music, group music camps as well as marching band and chamber music.
Currently, Jessica is a Master’s student at Stony Brook University. Previously she earned her Bachelor of Music and Music Education from West Chester University of Pennsylvania. Her primary teachers include Carol Wincenc, Dr. Kimberly Reighley and Robin Kani.