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Joined in
2017

Kayla Chuang

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Teaches Cello

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About Kayla Chuang

Kayla Lichia Chuang

Born in Taiwan, Chuang attended school in Boston from the age of 14, where she also studied at the New England Conservatory Preparatory under the tutelage of Ron Lowry and Mark Churchill. She went on to earn both her Bachelor of Music and her Master of Music degrees from the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University with the Beatrice Feldman Kahn and Raymond S. Kahn Endowed Scholarship, where she studied with Alan Stepansky, former Associate Principal cellist of the New York Philharmonic. Chuang is an active chamber music and orchestral player. She was a founding member of the Chanche Quartet which was a finalist at the National Fischoff Chamber Music Competition in 2009. Her orchestral experience includes the Peabody Symphony orchestra, Peabody Modern orchestra, working with Benjamin Zander, Larry Rachleff, Leonard Slatkin, Marin Alsop, and etc. Chuang has been teaching students from ages 4-16 since 2009. She is passionate and experienced in teaching all levels from beginner to advanced, and she adjusts her way of teaching according to the student's needs. She believes that while she can provide a systematic approach to strong techniques and help developing musicality, the most important thing is maintaining the student’s interest. Chuang expects her students to be willing to work hard, but hopes that they will also enjoy making music. She maintains a small private cello studio in Baltimore, Anne Arundel County, and Howard County.
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