Christine Kim, DMA

Sessional Faculty Flute
Sessional Faculty - Flute


Doctorate of Musical Arts in Flute performance, Minor in Music Education,
  - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, IL.
Master of Music in Flute performance,
  - Chicago College of Performing Arts at Roosevelt University.
Master of Religion in Christian Worship Studies
 - Liberty University.
Bachelor of Music in flute performance
 - Queen's University.


Flutist Christine Kim has been acclaimed for her exceptional musicality and artistic interpretation. Her performance can be characterized by beautiful tone, expressive lyricism and virtuosic techniques. Graduated from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, she received the Doctorate of Musical Art in flute performance while studying with Jonathan Keeble. She has numerous performing experiences in solo, duo, trio, and other chamber ensembles and orchestras.

Equally devoted to performance, Christine Kim is dedicated to teaching in music. Based on performing and teaching experiences, she focuses on each students to be at their best by incorporating with solid fundamentals of musicality, teaching philosophies and techniques. She believes that teaching music is both a privilege and responsibility to help students discover their unique talents and potentials. All students have different personalities and strengths that make their unique signature of sound and musicality.  Thus, her aim is to let students set a good standard of flute performance and teach them techniques to become skilled artists so that they are confident in expressing their personal voice.