Department of Performing Arts
Ann Teresa Kang is a piano instructor in the applied music program. She joined the music faculty at American University in Fall 2007; she also teaches courses in music theory, opera, and general education. Described as a pianist of “admirable polish and sensitivity” by the Baltimore Sun, Ann is also an active performer. She has recently made solo, chamber or concerto appearances in Maryland, Virginia, Washington DC, Ohio, New York, California, and Kiev, Ukraine. Particularly interested in modern and contemporary music, she founded and directed the Conservatory Avant-Garde Ensemble (CAGE) at the Peabody Conservatory for three years. Ann received her doctorate in piano performance and master’s degrees in piano and music theory pedagogy at the Peabody Conservatory. She has served on the music theory faculty of Peabody and as well as the Homewood Campus of Johns Hopkins University. She holds a B.A. in English from UC Berkeley.
Doctor of Musical Arts, Piano, Peabody Conservatory
Master of Music, Piano, Peabody Conservatory
Master of Music, Music Theory Pedagogy, Peabody Conservatory
Bachelor of Arts, English Literature, University of California at Berkeley
- Languages Spoken
- English, Korean, French, German