Frisco, Texas — Congratulations to all of the performers at the recently held Spring Festival sponsored by Music Teachers National Association and Frisco Music Teachers Association.

The festival is designed to provide a non-competitive means of evaluating a music student’s progress. The student performs and receives supportive critique from a musician other than his or her teacher.

23 students from Miriam Fung Piano Studio participated in this Spring Festival. Those students include:

- Allison Gray
- Allison Pham
- Chase Ramsey
- Emma Ghiurau
- Ethan Le
- Isabelle Choi
- Katie Strand
- Kaustubh Sonawane
- Lauren Lysek
- Lindsey Mabrey
- Luke Hill
- Mandy Chiang
- Myles Richter
- Narain Sreekanth
- Olivia Manghera
- Samiksha Sivakumar
- Santosh Kumaravel
- Talia Elkhatib
- Thi Vu
- Tran Vu
- Van Luong
- Vi Luong
- Zahira Raghani

The repertoires performed were original, solo composition, from the Baroque, Classical, Romantic, or Contemporary style periods. All 23 students received a superior or superior-plus rating.

“The festival is an invaluable teaching tool,” says Miriam Fung. “Not only does it provide our students with feedback from another music teacher, it serves as a gauge for our teaching. The festival is also an excellent opportunity for our students to gain additional performance experience”

The adjudicators for the event were: Dr. Camille Fu, Ms. Jennifer Glidden, Ms. Pamela Koenig, Ms. Patricia O’Keefe, and Dr. Petronel Malan.

Miriam Fung is a piano teacher in Frisco and Carrollton, Texas. She is an active member of Music Teachers National Association, Frisco Music Teachers Association, and Carrollton Music Teachers Association. She is a piano accompanist at Legacy Christian Academy. She is also a member of Plano Chinese Alliance Church, and serves as one of the pianists there. Fung actively uses her accompanying skills to serve the area churches.

For more information about Miriam Fung Piano Studio, please contact Miriam at (972) 863-2988, [email protected] or visit the website at