Teresa Kang has been widely sought after for her sensitive supportive accompanying. She completed BA and MA in Piano Performance from Seoul, Korea. She worked at the Chicago College of Performing Arts at Roosevelt University in Chicago for four years as an accompanist for the University choir, Opera Productions, and student recitals. She served as an accompanist for The Skokie Concert Choir for five years.
She was a selected performer twice for the Lunchtime Recital at the Piano Festival in Bishopsgate Recital Hall, London (1990, 1993). She is proud to have been a performer in "Green Mills" in Chicago for "Emerging Artist Series (1998). She was invited to premiere łSix Moods for PianoČ by the composer Seth Boustead at the Chicago Cultural Center (1998). She was asked to play "Gershwin and his music" at pre-concert for British Philharmonic Orchestra in Krennert Center (2005), Urbana, Illinois. She received Nancy Wustman Award by John Wustman, honoring his beloved wife, at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign in 2008.
Her credits as an accompanist include work on the operas Armide, Candide, Così fan tutte, Don Giovanni, Gianni Schicchi, LčElisir dčAmore, LčHeure Espagnole, LčIncoronazione di Poppea, The Love for Three Oranges, Madama Butterfly, Mahagonny, Mass,The Magic Flute, Le Nozze di Figaro, Roméo et Juliette, The Scarecrow, Suor Angelica, La Boheme, La Traviata, and La Vida Breve: and the musicals Side by side by Sondheim, Flora, the Red Manace, Little Shop of Horror and Youčre a Good Man, Charlie Brown around Chicago area, Urbana-Champaign, and Urbania, Italy.
Ms. Kang is currently working toward a doctoral degree in Accompanying and Vocal Coaching with Prof. Dennis Helmrich at the Universit of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.