Flute Repair by Steven Tung Est. July 2019

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Growing up, with the Denbigh High School band and orchestra. At Virginia Tech, with the Marching Virginians, the pep band, the Symphony Band, and the Wind Ensemble. In the Northern Virginia Washington DC area, with the Georgetown Symphony (now the Capital City Symphony), the Mount Vernon Chamber Orchestra (now the Washington Metropolitan Philharmonic), Friday Morning Music Club, Columbia Flute Choir, Potomack Flutes, and events for the Flute Society of Washington.

At various churches including: Tabernacle Baptist (Newport News, Virginia), Blacksburg Baptist (Blacksburg, Virginia), Blacksburg Christian Fellowship (Blacksburg, Virginia), First Baptist (Alexandria, Virginia), Columbia Baptist (Falls Church, Virginia), Arlington United Methodist (Arlington, Virginia), First Baptist (Newport News, Virginia), Liberty Baptist (LibertyLive, Hampton, Virginia), Tabernacle United Methodist (Poquoson, Virginia), and Emmaus Baptist (Poquoson, Virginia).

In the pit for The Arlington Players’ productions of Secret Garden and On The Town. Subbed for Melvin Lauf, Jr. for the Hampton Roads Academy production of “Fiddler on the Roof”.

With the Peninsula Concert Band, the US Coast Guard's Training Center Yorktown Band, and subbed for the Chesapeake Bay Wind Ensemble. Live Music for Free Yoga on the Square at Port Warwick in Newport News. On occasion with harpist Melvin Lauf, Jr.

With Carl Olson (pianist) at various gatherings and events. In addition to playing around town, our music and travels have taken us far and wide to places including Grand Rapids and Lapeer, Michigan; Madison and Tallahassee, Florida; Altoona and Mill Run, Pennsylvania; the Virginia Mountains (Marion, Millboro, and Hot Springs); Miami, Florida; Ocean Grove, New Jersey; New York City, New York; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Savannah, Georgia; Camden, New Jersey; and Los Angeles, California. In 2018 we won the Downing-Gross Cultural Arts Center SKILLZ Talent Show. Greater things are yet to come.

-- Steven Tung (July 2019)