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Minna Rose Chung

Cellist Minna Rose Chung regularly performs in concerts throughout North America, South America, and Europe as a soloist and chamber musician. As a recipient of multiple awards, she has performed alongside many of the world's leading musicians. In 2003, cellist Minna Rose Chung joined the University of Alaska-Fairbanks as Assistant Professor of Cello and joined the Alaska Trio, the premiere faculty ensemble at UAF.

At age 12, Ms. Chung debuted under the baton of Maestro Isaiah Jackson, of the London Royal Ballet, and the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra. She also performed with the Columbus Symphony as the Grand Prizewinner of the Columbus Symphony Young Artist's competition. Subsequently, Ms. Chung moved to Los Angeles after accepting a selective invitation and full tuition scholarship to study at the renowned Idyllwild School of Music and the Arts. Upon graduation, she attended the Oberlin Conservatory as a 4-yr Dean's Talent Scholar recipient. She holds a Bachelor of Music in Cello Performance with a minor in musicology from the Oberlin Conservatory. Ms. Chung continued her formal education as a Fellow with the Civic Orchestra of Chicago and Northwestern University School of Music during which she earned a Masters of Music in Cello Performance. Throughout her career, Ms. Chung has studied with Norman Fischer, Peter Reijto and Professor Hans Jorgen Jensen.

Minna Rose Chung

Minna Rose Chung

Minna Chung is dedicated to the future education of the next generation of classical musicians. She served as Lecturer of Music and faculty cellist at Lawrence University Conservatory and Academy of Music (Appleton, WI) and Ripon College (Ripon, WI).

She is currently a DMA cello performance candidate with Colin Carr and the Emerson String Quartet at Stony Brook University.

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