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BMP Teaching Artist Spotlight | Jubilee Chen

At the Boston Music Project, we are proud to have an exceptional team with a diverse background of teaching and performance experiences. When our Teaching Artists are not teaching music lessons, they are pursuing their own professional careers as active performers, composers, music producers, dancers, and more!


This year we are excited to welcome Jubilee Chen to the BMP Team as an Upper Strings Teaching Artist!

Jubilee Chen is an avid performer, educator and community advocate based in Boston,

Massachusetts, who is passionate about cultivating the intersection between music-making and social change. Originally hailing from Cincinnati, Ohio, she earned her Bachelor of Music Summa Cum Laude at Miami University under the tutelage of Dr. Harvey Thurmer. In undergraduate, Jubilee served as concertmaster, and performed the Barber Violin Concerto as a concerto winner with the MU symphony orchestra. An active chamber musician, she has held principal roles with the Morpheus Chamber Ensemble and has participated in Green Mountain Chamber Music Festival, Montecito International Music Festival, and Luby Violin Symposium. Jubilee has taught students of all ages via private studio and music academy, assisted in youth music camps, as well as founded a music camp and student chamber ensemble.


Jubilee was awarded as an inaugural Fellow of Artistic and Social Change at Longy School of Music where she is currently pursuing her Master’s Degree under Paula Majerfeld.


We asked Jubilee to share a bit more about her musical background and her life in and around music.


Who were some of your musical inspirations growing up?

“My mom, who is a piano teacher.”


What energizes you most as a teacher and as a performer?

“Chamber music, and coaching groups to listen and converse with each other.”


What are you most excited about becoming a teaching artist at BMP?

“Learning how to work with team leadership and better lead group rehearsals.”


Outside of music, what are some things you do that bring you joy?

“Photography and hiking.”

 

To learn more about Jubilee, we invite you to read her full biography on our Teaching Artists page.

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