Joey Zhuang is a Chinese flutist and piccoloist, who finds joy in engaging with a multitude of musical styles. She currently holds the position of Principal Flute in the Saskatoon Symphony and has been invited to teach at the University of Saskatchewan. She has performed in Canada, China, Scotland, and the United States, and taught as a guest artist in various institutions in Canada.
Recent highlights include fellowship with the Orchestra of the America, invited solo performance in Chicago, and guest speaking at University of Toronto. In the past year, she was invited to be a part of Grant Park Festival, BirchCreek Festival, and presented in the National Flute Association Young Artist Mentorship Program. Joey has performed in China, Canada, Scotland and the United States, and taught as a guest artist in various institutions in Canada.
Joey holds a master degree with full scholarship in Chicago while being a member of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra Association. She has played for renowned artists such as Leone Buyse, Marin Alsop, Stefan Höskuldsson, Cynthia Meyers, Lorna McGhee, Jim Walker, and more.
Joey loves working with people from different culture backgrounds and her philosophy on teachings is “celebrating the progress before the result”. She works best with beginner-intermediate, intermediate and advanced-level students. Aside from lessons, she is open to helping students who seek to explore international opportunities, and/or those who are going through performance anxiety. Feel free to book a trial lesson and begin your personalized journey!