Andrea Yun is an active performer and also teaches privately in Ann Arbor. She has performed in orchestras such as the Detroit Symphony Orchestra and the Michigan Opera Theater, and has performed as principal of the Windsor Symphony Orchestra, Saginaw Bay Symphony Orchestra, Flint Symphony and Laredo Philharmonic (TX). Andrea has taught as Assistant Professor of Cello at the University of Texas at San Antonio and was adjunct faculty at Bowling Green State University. She also was the orchestra director at Ann Arbor Pioneer High School and in the Okemos Public Schools. She has been on faculty at many clinics and camps, including the Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp, Interlochen All-State Orchestra Camp, and Suzuki workshops around the country. At Indiana University, Andrea earned a dual bachelor’s degree in music education and mathematics, and also a master’s degree in cello performance; she completed her doctorate in cello performance from the University of Michigan. Andrea is a Suzuki Method teacher trainer. Her solo performances have been heard on Canadian Broadcast Corporation (CBC) Radio.