Ms. Ali Kang

Violin, Suzuki Early Childhood Education Teacher

Ali Kang

SAA Member


Brooklyn, NY

Ali Kang is an alumnus of The Juilliard School, where she attended the Pre-College Division for five years, the undergraduate division for two years, and the graduate division for one year. She received her B.M. in violin performance from The University of Michigan School of Music, where she studied with Paul Kantor, Ali performed as a section violinist in the Syracuse Symphony before returning to Juilliard for a year of graduate studies. Her teachers at Juilliard were Naoko Tanaka, Dorothy DeLay and Stephen Clapp.

Ali completed her long-term Suzuki teacher training at the School for Strings in NYC, where she studied violin and pedagogy with Allen Lieb and Ecaterina Gerson. She completed her Suzuki Early Childhood Education training with Lynn McCall in 2017, and her Music Together teacher training with Susan Darrow in 2013. Ali has a Level 1 certificate in Paul Rolland String Pedagogy. Ali holds a Level 1 Introductory Credential certification from the Dalcroze Society of America.

For the past eight years, Ali has continued her professional development with her studies of the Feldenkrais Method for its applications to musicianship, pedagogy and learning, studying with Aliza Stewart, Anat Baniel and Marek Wyszynski.

Ali was a Suzuki kid herself, starting at age three with veteran teacher Linda Boozer Vasilaki.

Ali Kang is currently on the Suzuki violin faculty at the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music and maintains a private studio at her home in South Park Slope.