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New York City Music Teachers

Artemis Cheung

Artemis Cheung

Instruments and Services

Clarinet Lessons | Piano Lessons | Theory Lessons


New York, NY 10024

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Doctor of Musical Arts, Rutgers University; Professional Studies Diploma, The New School; Master of Music, Mannes School of Music; Clarinet and piano teacher since 2008

Classical Clarinet, Classical Piano

Beginners through advanced students of all ages.

$100 per hour, $80 per 3/4 hour, $60 per 1/2 hour


Artemis Cheung has performed in numerous concerts in North America, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea and China, including those at New York City’s Carnegie Hall, Alice Tully Hall, DiMenna Center for the Performing Arts, New York City Center, and The Appel Room at Lincoln Center, as well as with Brevard Music Festival, Martha Graham Dance Company, Lincoln Center’s American Songbook, National Orchestral Institute and Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra. In 2023, Artemis won the Rutgers Concerto Competition, playing Spohr’s Clarinet Concerto with the Rutgers Symphony Orchestra, and in 2015, won the Mannes Concerto Competition, performing Luigi Bassi’s Rigoletto Fantasia. She was also featured at Orchestra of St Luke’s Young Artist Series in 2017. Her recordings can be heard in Naxos and WQXR.

With full scholarship, Artemis received her Doctoral of Musical Arts at Rutgers University under the tutelage of Jessica Phillips and JoAnn Sternberg, her Master of Music at Mannes School of Music, and Professional Studies Diploma at The New School under the tutelage of Charles Neidich and Ayako Oshima.

Artemis enjoys a varied career as a performer and teacher. As an educator, she works with students ranging from 3 years of age to retirees. Her students have taken part in exams with The Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM) and the New York State School Music Association (NYSSMA) at both basic and advanced levels. She was formerly a music theory tutor at Mannes School of Music.

Teaching Info

“Practice makes perfect,” however, practice without proper motivation can have a negative impact on students’ commitment to music learning. As a teacher, my aim is to help students decode the complexity of music notation and fingerings, and thus enabling them to find satisfaction in tackling more difficult music repertoire. In addition to providing basic instruction in technique and music notation, I am also able to help students manage performance anxiety by drawing from my own personal experience as a performer. Through the self-discipline and self-motivation developed in music lessons, students will be able to apply this positive attitude to other areas in their life.

Artemis Cheung

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