Ms. Kiyeon Chang, born in Korea, received her Bachelor of Music degree from Ewha Womans University of Korea. She also earned Master’s degree at the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University under the study of Emily Skala, principal flutist of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.
Ms. Chang has received various awards. Some of which include first place winner of the Sung-Jung Scholarship Association, the Korean American Youth Woodwind Organization and the Korean Philharmonic Orchestra National Music Award while in Korea. She also won the second prize at the Alexander & Buono International Flute Competition. She appeared as a soloist in the Ewon Cultural Center Prodigy Concert, Road Scholar at Peabody Cohen Davidson Hall Recital and Noon Recital at the Walters Art Museum.
Ms. Chang has performed as a member of the Korea Flute Soloists Ensemble and various ensemble recitals including flute duo and trio with cellist. She served as a substitute flutist with several orchestras including KBS Symphony Orchestra, Prime Philharmonic Orchestra and TIMF Orchestra. She has taught flute at Orchkids of Baltimore Symphony Orchestra as an assistant in 2014. She has a passion for teaching and playing music.