Office: East Education 202
Title: Assistant Professor of Music
Started at Calvary: January 2010
Professional Information: B.Mus. (Vocal Performance), New England Conservatory of Music, 1994; M.Mus. (Vocal Performance), New England Conservatory of Music, 2001; M.Mus. (Opera and Musical Theater), Southern Illinois University, 2004; D.M.A. (Vocal Performance), University of Missouri, Kansas City, 2011
Favorite aspect of teaching at Calvary: Working with our wonderful students through music, great colleagues, chapel, and the recitals.
Favorite class to teach: Lately, Chorale. All the individual voices become one. Of course, voice lessons, working on voice techniques, different genres of music, languages, vocal health, and helping students become better singers and artists.
Originally from: Seoul, Korea
How did past ministry/professional experience lead to your position at Calvary: Throughout my great education, I have studied with amazing teachers, coaches, conductors, directors, and mentors. They taught me so much about voice techniques, languages, being a singer, an actor, and an artist. I also learned how to be a performer through lots of professional performance experiences. These prepared me to teach at Calvary Bible College. My learning journey doesn't stop here. Through my students, I keep learning and want to be a better teacher, artist, performer, and better person and daughter of God. I am very thankful God led me to Calvary.
Ministry/Professional involvement outside of Calvary: Adjunct professor at Rockhurst University (2005-2009); guest artist with Marjorie Lawrence Opera, Union Avenue Opera Theater of St. Louis, The Lyric Opera of Kansas City, Kansas Civic Orchestra, and Southern Illinois Symphony Orchestra.