Jennie Jung - Biography

Jennie Jung made her debut with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra at the age of eleven and has since been active as both a soloist and collaborator. She has performed in North America, Asia, Africa, and Europe, and has been on staff at the Mozarteum in Salzburg, Aspen Summer Music Festival, Gregor Piatigorsky Seminar for Cellists, and the Ed Banff Centre for the Arts.

Dr. Jung is a member of the Jung Trio with sisters Ellen (violin) and Julie (cello). The Jung Trio was the Grand Prize winner at the 2002 Yellow Springs Chamber Music Competition and was awarded the Bronze Medal at the 2002 Fischoff Chamber Music Competition. Most recently, the trio returned to the Midwest to tour with Allied Artists, performing in Minnesota, Wisconsin, South Dakota, and Montana.

Dr. Jung has received degrees from the University of Toronto and Yale University and graduated with a Doctor of Musical Arts (DMA) degree from Juilliard in May, 2008. She is on the piano faculty at Pomona College where she plays for the Pomona College Choir and Glee Club. Dr. Jung is also on the faculty of the Claremont Graduate University and Center Stage Strings (Ann Arbor, MI).