Sabrina Hu

Flute

Sabrina Hu has enjoyed an exciting international performing career in many prestigious venues. Recitals have been in Carnegie Hall in New York City, the National Concert Hall in Ireland, Beijing University, the Central Conservatory of Music in China, and recitals in Seoul, Korea. Sabrina’s performances have been broadcast live on BBC and RTHK radio and TV. Her performances have been described as “warm, sensitively balanced and flexible” with “emotional engagement…expressive depth” by the Irish Times.

Dr. Hu has taught at Lycoming College in PA, the National University of Ireland, and as a teaching assistant at Michigan State University. In addition to performing and teaching, Sabrina has worked in several orchestras, including the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra, National Symphony Orchestra of Ireland, the Wexford Opera Orchestra, the Lansing Symphony Orchestra, the Iris Orchestra, and the Memphis Symphony.

Originally from Houston, Texas, Sabrina’s early studies were at the High School for the Performing and Visual Arts in Houston. She then attended the Mannes College of Music in New York City, studying with Keith Underwood. Further studies were at the Royal Northern College of Music with Peter Lloyd in Manchester, England and then for the DMA degree at Michigan State University with Richard Sherman. Sabrina is also founding Co-Artistic Director of the Walled City Music Festival, a chamber music festival in Derry, Northern Ireland.

Education

B.M., Mannes College of Music

M.M., Royal Northern College of Music

D.M.A., Michigan State University