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Our Collaborators

貓頭鷹合唱團 / Guest Pianist
Yuh-Pey Lin

Yuh-Pey Lin was born and grew up in Taiwan. She earned her Bachelor of Music in oboe performance with distinction from Eastman School of Music and a Masters degree from Rice University. She has received full-tuition scholarships for going to these schools. She has studied with Richard Killmer, Robert Atherholt, Rebecca Henderson and John DeJarnatt. In 2010, she earned a Doctor of Musical Arts in oboe performance at the University of Washington in Seattle.

Yuh-Pey won the Ladies Musical Club solo competition in 2003 and toured through Eastern Washington. She had an interview with George Shangrow and played live in "Live! By George" at classic KING-FM 98.1. She was also the first-prize winner in the Capital Area Youth Symphony Association's Concerto competition in Olympia, Washington. Her summer festival experiences have included Norfolk Chamber Music Festival, Banff, American Institution of Musical Studies, Round Top, and Sarasota. Yuh-Pey is a freelancers around the Seattle area and has performed with Northwest Chamber Orchestra, Tacoma Symphony, Bellevue Philharmonic, and Chamber Music San Juans. She had been the NorthSounds Orchestra Director and accompanied the Bellevue Girl Choir in its inaugurated season. She currently teaches music in Northshore School District, coaches Bellevue Youth Symphony Orchestra and plays the oboe in Spiritus Winds, a new wind quintet based in the Seattle area.

The Singing Owls / First Pianist
Irwin Shung

Dr. Irwin Shung , whose playing has been praised by State Magazine for its “ease, technique, and musicianship,”  has performed in North America, Europe, and Asia. Dr. Shung joined the faculty at the Cleveland Institute of Music in July, 2015, currently serves on the music faculty at John Carroll University and Notre Dame College, and also directs the Resonance Masters’ Series at the new performance hall, Resonance at SOMA, situated in Bellevue, Washington.

Shung received his Doctorate of Musical Arts in Piano Performance from the Cleveland Institute of Music in January, 2015, where he studied with Dr. Daniel Shapiro. He has also received instruction on piano from various distinguished teachers including Marian Hahn (Peabody Conservatory), Leon Fleisher (Peabody Conservatory), Herbert Stessin (Julliard School), and Gabriel Chodos (New England Conservatory). Awards received include the Pauline Favin Memorial Award from the Peabody Conservatory of Music, prizes in the 2012 Darius Milhaud Competition, as well as the Young Artist International Piano Competition.

Shung’s performances have been featured by KING FM in Seattle, as well as WCLV in Cleveland.  His complete recording of the first book of Bach’s Well-Tempered Clavier is available on YouTube.

The Singing Owls / Guest Performer
Lotus Wang

Trained in classical music, Lotus Wang formed her own rock band and is devoted in popular music records making.  She not only has a rich music background but also continues to make outstanding achievements.


With more than 20 years of experience in popular music, Lotus has released nearly 100 songs and three solo Chinese albums.  She is also a record producer and songwriter, and has collaborated with many well-known singers from Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, China, Finland and South Korea. After moving to France in 2018, Lotus has continued to co-write pop songs with international musicians in various languages, including English and French.


In addition to the achievements in popular records, Lotus has been avidly designing singing courses geared towards new generation artists.  Her teachings, through the Internet, has reached many corners of the world. Through the process of creation and exchange, it is her goal to pass on her experience and knowledge to the generations to come.





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