This is how 2 referees rated Yang:
Yang-Hsin is currently studying Flute with Karen Jones and Kate Hill, and Piccolo with Pat Morris at the Royal Academy of Music in London. Her early successes include winning the Taipei Flute Competition in 2008 and performing with Kuang-Jen Symphony Orchestra and YMCA Symphony Orchestra in Taipei National Concert Hall as Principal Flute.
Whilst studying in London, Yang-Hsin was appointed as Principal Flute and Principal Piccolo of the Royal Academy Symphony Orchestra and performed in Duke’s Hall and King’s College under Sir Colin Davis, Sir Mark Elder, Sir Heinz Holliger and Christopher Austin. She was also a member of the Royal Academy Wind Ensemble and performed chamber music regularly. She was in great demand as guest flutist with the Taiwan Ministry of Foreign Affairs in London, and had performed in its National Gala.
I have been teaching flute and piano as a private music teacher since 2013 . At this stage in my career I am interested in expanding my professional horizons by seeking new challenges of teaching in school. From my teaching experience in London, it has provide me with the opportunity to work with child with a variety of aspects. To teach in school is not only a passion and also keen to learn, contribute and responsible for a variety of related tasks.
As my previous working experience, I have worked in primary school in 2011. I was one of the planner in music class . The music class was aiming to express how the instruments works with different sounds, to deliver simple music history stories to teach basic knowledges of Music and of course enjoy and having fun with kids. During the class, trying to look into fun music games. for example: to play different percussion instruments to build up a certain rhythm with a good team work between kids. Use group clapping, to grab the attention from the kids, trying to focus and in order to rely on listening the sound effects. Besides, to demonstrate how the treble clef and simple notes to let kids sing. It gives opportunities to expand art and music knowledge from project to project, to absorb new ideas, and to meet new people and challenges.
For the last five years I have been working the the string gallery and piano gallery in the Royal Academy of Music, which is one of the most precious museum in London. It was a good training to cope with challenging enquires with patience ; as well to present the history of the historic instruments.
Currently, I am working as a principal flute in London Graduate Orchestra. This is my first job since I graduate from MA degree. I am going well with my colleagues in the orchestra thus I am also a good team-worker, patient, and caring personality.
▪ Available to look at challenges as opportunities
▪ Able to collaborate effectively with different departments
▪ Efficiency, responsibility
▪ Patience and attention to detail
▪ Organised and flexible on work schedule
▪ Proficient at categorising and organising files
▪ Familiar with MS Office (Excel, Word, Outlook).
▪ Able to Speak Mandarin, Cantonese and English fluently, both written and spoken.
▪ Attention to detail, customer service and the ability to meet deadlines
▪ Familiar with book keeping and accounting
▪ Classical music profession with MA degree, excellent knowledge of classical music
▪ Able to use Sibelius and Logic pro software, organising concert venues
November 2013 - Present
London Gradate Orchestra
A professional, high standard symphony orchestra in the UK, that collaborates with different awarded composers and soloists.
Principal Flute -
▪ One of the important instruments in the Symphony Orchestra
▪ Participating in all the soloist chamber music concert venues and orchestra concerts
▪ Being able to communicate and discussing and solving problems with colleagues
▪ Used to working under high pressure, well organised and dealing with large quantities of work
▪ Absolutely focused with logic thinking
December 2008 - January 2013
String and Piano Gallery in Royal Academy of Music
One of the most precious musical instrument museums in London, demonstrating delicate Italian handmade string instruments and keyboards from 17th to 20th century.
▪ Required to demonstrate on the keyboard
▪ Introduce the history of the instrument and recordings to the visitors
▪ Respond to visitor’s enquires and feedback
▪ Classification of the labels on the instruments and to organise the contents of the Gallery
▪ Including categorise and label the documents, customer’s feedback on different types of instrument
▪ Status reports to museum manager daily
▪ Remain on good terms with colleagues, attentive and patience to learn multi-tasking
September 2012 - June 2013
Royal Academy of Music
Master of Art (MA)
September 2008 - June 2012
Royal Academy of Music
Bachelor of Music (BMus)
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