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Dr. Rosa Jang's passion for music ignited at the tender age of four, leading her on an inspiring journey of sharing the magic of melodies worldwide. Originally hailing from Seoul, South Korea, Rosa embarked on her musical odyssey, attending the prestigious Idyllwild Arts Academy in California after completing her first year at Seoul Arts High School.
With her flute as her compass, Rosa has graced numerous distinguished venues, leaving audiences enchanted at Morse Hall and Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center, Weill Recital Hall, Zankel Hall, and Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall, among others. As a concerto soloist, she has performed alongside esteemed orchestras, such as the Yale Baroque Ensemble, Symphony S.O.N.G Orchestra, Stony Brook Symphony Orchestra, and Flute Ensemble Adina.
Rosa's devotion to music extends beyond her performances, as she wholeheartedly embraces her role as an educator. Having served as an undergraduate flute lesson instructor at Stony Brook University and a secondary instrument instructor at Yale University, she imparts her knowledge and love for music to aspiring musicians. Rosa's expertise also extends to various educational institutions and programs, including Let’s Flute Academy in Seoul, Korea, and the Flute Foundations online platform in the USA, where she co-founded and continues to make a profound impact on the next generation of flutists. Rosa holds a position as Flute Professor at the Sejong University (Graduate School of Convergence Arts) and Flute Faculty at the Sejong University (Graduate School of Convergence Arts)
Her journey of learning and growth has been marked by milestones of achievement. Rosa holds a Doctor of Musical Arts in Flute Performance from the State University of New York at Stony Brook, where she earned a teaching assistantship under the guidance of Carol Wincenc. Prior to this, she obtained a Master of Music from Yale University with a full scholarship, studying under Ransom Wilson. Her musical foundation was laid at the New England Conservatory of Music, where she earned a Bachelor of Music with a scholarship award, studying with Fenwick Smith.
Beyond her impressive educational journey, Rosa's artistry extends to collaborative ventures, enriching chamber music experiences. She is the artistic director of Let’s Flute Ensemble and a resident artist with Flute Ensemble Adina, both celebrated groups in Seoul, Korea. Rosa has also performed with various wind orchestras, church concert series, and chamber concert series across New York.
Jessica Schury is a versatile performer and educator in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex. She has performed as a soloist, chamber musician, and orchestral player across the United States. Jessica serves as the Adjunct Professor of flute and various music courses at Collin College as well as a teaching fellow at the University of North Texas. On top of having an active private studio in DFW, Jessica is also a faculty member and the lead administrator of Carol Wincenc’s Creating Resonance Retreat, an annual flute workshop in upstate New York.
As a soloist, Jessica was named a quarter-finalist in the 2023 National Flute Association Young Artist Competition and won the Baroque Flute Masterclass competition with performances coming up at the Annual Convention in Phoenix. Jessica has been a prizewinner in various competitions such as the Mid-South Young Artist Competition, the Puerto Rico Flute Symposium Young Artist Competition, the Pennsylvania Music Teacher National Association Young Artist Competition, as well as competing as a finalist in the Nancy Clew Eller Young Artist Competition and the San Diego Flute Guild Young Artist Competition.
Jessica has performed in various orchestras and large ensembles including the Newark Symphony and she can be heard on Mark Records and GIA Wind Works labels with the University of North Texas Wind Symphony and the West Chester University Wind Ensemble. Jessica performs in several chamber ensembles such as The Pan-Tones, a multiple flute, guitar, and drum band, Duo Sonation, a flute and oboe duo, and Vox Venti, a flute quartet. She continues to premiere a multitude of new chamber works and has recently performed at the Denton Jazz and Arts Festival and in the Sounds Modern concert series at the Fort Worth Modern Art Museum.
Jessica earned a Bachelor of Music and Music Education from West Chester University of Pennsylvania, a Master of Music from Stony Brook University, and is currently pursuing a Doctor of Musical Arts from the University of North Texas. Her primary teachers include Terri Sundberg, Janet See, Carol Wincenc, Dr. Kimberly Reighley, and Robin Kani.
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