Amy Hwang, flute
Amy performed on Show 411.
Amy Hwang (flute), 17, hails from West Friendship, Maryland and attends Glenelg High School. She studies flute with Leah Arsenault-Barrick of the National Symphony Orchestra. She has been a member of Carnegie Hall’s National Youth Orchestra (NYO-USA), a NPR “From the Top” Fellow, a National Symphony Orchestra Youth Chamber Fellow, and Principal Flutist of the Senior All State Orchestra, the Baltimore Symphony Youth Orchestra (BSYO), and the Howard County High School G/T Orchestra. Amy has performed at Carnegie Hall and on the Kennedy Center’s show “NSO@Home.” She has also been featured as a soloist with the United States Army Orchestra, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, the Montgomery Symphony Orchestra, the Columbia Orchestra, and the BSYO. Amy has performed in masterclasses for Sir James Galway, Jasmine Choi, and Demarre McGill. To spread her passion for music, she founded the Do Re Mi Project (doremiproject.org), a nonprofit which has provided 10,000+ free online music lessons and thousands in scholarships to kids around the world. Amy also holds a second-degree black belt in Taekwondo and interns at the Columbia Orchestra.
Listen to Amy
Flute Sonata in A minor, Op. 1, No. 4, HWV 362, Mvmt 2 by Handel