Ms. Shulamite Chung is a classically trained pianist and a dedicated piano teacher. She began her piano studies at the age of five and has been in love with the instrument ever since. Shulamite holds a Bachelor's in Piano Performance from UC Irvine and Master's in Piano Pedagogy from University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. She has also performed in master classes conducted by renowned pianists, such as Julian Martin, Ian Hobson, and Claude Cymerman.
Over the years, Ms. Shulamite has received training from renowned instructors in Taiwan, China, and the United States, which has broadened her musical perspective and shaped her teaching philosophy to be open-minded and inclusive. Under the guidance of Professor Nina Scolnik, Ms. Shulamite received extensive training in the Taubman Approach, a method that emphasizes injury prevention and fosters artistic expression without technical limitations. She has many successes in helping students achieve technical proficiency and artistic mastery. Ms. Shulamite firmly believes that music enriches the soul and is dedicated to helping her students discover the transformative power of music in their lives. Her teaching approach emphasizes individualized instruction that nurtures the unique talents and aspirations of each student, helping them to achieve their full potential on their musical journey. Ms. Shulamite also prepares her students for ABRSM tests.