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Hailed by Flute & Flutist and Korea Times as “endless possibilities” and “free-hearted rising star,” Flutist Luna Cholong Kang began her career with a successful solo debut recital at Zankel Hall, Carnegie. Also she appeared with the New York Philharmonic Orchestra, New Haven Symphony Orchestra, New World Symphony Orchestra and the Seoul National Symphony as well as Janácˇek Philharmonic Orchestra.

She has received numerous prizes, including the 2015 Doriot Dwyer Merit Award as a co-winner from Boston Woodwind Society, first prize of Umack Chunchu, the music association of Korea Flute Competition Award, Youngsan National Flutist, and Music Journal Young Musician’s Award.

Ms. Kang received her master’s degree and Artist Diploma degree under the tutelage of Ransom Wilson at Yale University. Also she studied with Robert Langevin at Manhattan School of Music for Orchestra Performance Program. 

She has performed in master classes with world-renowned artists. These include Jeanne Baxtresser, Denis Bouriakov, Karl-Heinz Schutz, Jean-Michel Tanguy and Soo-Kyung Park.