Co-Founder & Clarinetist
Ann Hung, born in Taipei, Taiwan, began her musical studies at a young age, starting with piano at age five and clarinet at age nine. Dr. Hung is an active performer in the Dallas and Fort Worth area who regularly performs in the realms of both the orchestral and chamber music. She has shared the stage with the Fort Worth Symphony, the members of the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, the faculty of The Juilliard School and the members of the Cleveland Orchestra.
Dr. Hung is always pushing the boundaries of her repertoire and skills, such as collaborating with jazz musicians and commissioning new composers. As a proponent of new music, she has avidly commissioned new works including a wind quintet with her quintet Opus Now premiering in Symphony Space in NYC. One of the new works that Dr. Hung commissioned is included in a recently released album “Stained Glass Story” by Eldad Tarmu.
Teaching has always been her passion. With a vast teaching experience, Dr. Hung firmly believes in inspiring students to discover their purpose and potential. She has the opportunity to impact the lives of students and she takes the role seriously. Dr. Hung has over 10 years of professional teaching and chamber music coaching experience throughout Taipei, Taiwan and the United States. She has taught all types of learners including students with special needs.
Dr. Hung is currently teaching in Lewisville ISD, and Burleson ISD as a private lesson instructor and plays with Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra.