Amy Tu

Amy Tu is an award winner of the National Flute Association Masterclass Performers Competition, Baur Scholarship Competition, and Frank Bowen Young Artist Competition. A graduate from Interlochen Arts Academy, she received undergraduate and masters degrees from the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, where she studied with Dr. Bradley Garner. Recent appearances include participating in masterclasses and workshops given by William Bennett, Jim Walker, Jeffrey Khaner, Susan Milan, Paul Edmund-Davies, among others. Currently a DMA candidate at Rutgers University under Bart Feller, Tu has performed at concert venues in the United States, Italy, Austria, Great Britain, Japan, and Taiwan.
Tu is a state level coordinator of the Young Artist and Junior competitions for the Music Teacher National Association (MTNA). She is also a member of the National Flute Association (NFA). She enjoys an active schedule collaborating with ensembles such as the South Florida Symphony Orchestra, Park Avenue Chamber Symphony, World Civic Orchestra, Sinfonietta Nova, and the Eastern Wind Symphony. For the upcoming 2015 season, she will join the Eastern Wind Symphony at The Midwest Clinic in Chicago. Tu is a faculty member at the Mason Gross School of the Arts Extension Division, and in addition maintains a successful flute studio, mentoring many prize-winning talents. For many years her students have received the highest rankings at regional competitions, CJMEA, and all-state auditions.