Meet COS Accompanist Jane Lin!
Jane Lin is the accompanist for children and adult choirs at the Church of Our Saviour. Her music education began when she was six years old; she now holds both Master of Arts (MA) and Master of Music (MM) degrees from Soochow University in Taiwan and California State University, Los Angeles, respectively. She worked with the Taipei Symphony as guest clarinetist in 2008 and was the full-time music theory instructor at Saint Ignatius High School from 2007 to 2010. She has also served as musical director with Taipei’s first Improv Theater troupe, “Guts Improv,” since 2009. Jane was awarded Best Composer at the 2017 Los Angeles Live Score Film Festival. She writes music for short films and video games which are produced and published in Los Angeles and China, and for the musical libraries of networks and cable broadcasters such as Discovery and TLC. Her music can be heard in her orchestral arrangements in the upcoming Chinese TV show “Paratrooper Spirit” (評兵魂), and in her passionate musical theater project “A Fork at the Forest.” With more than twenty years of music education experience, Jane is the owner of the Jane Lin Studio, vocal instructor at Glory Star Children Chorus, clarinet and saxophone instructor at Junior Chamber Music (JCM), and active member of the Music Teacher Association of California (MTAC).
Come support Jane and her students as they present a Christmas Recital on Saturday, December 11 in COS’s Historic Sanctuary
Jane Lin Studio is hosting a Christmas piano recital on Saturday, December 11, 2–4 pm, in the COS Sanctuary.
At this recital, you will hear familiar Christmas carols such as “Joy to the World,” “Jingle Bell Rock,” “Go Tell It on the Mountain,” and more, performed by a group of dedicated musicians from ages five to adult. These students will share their Christmas and holiday spirit with us. This will be their first live recital since before the COVID pandemic.
So come one, come all, and join us in supporting these amazing students, enjoy the festive music, and give your best encouragement to these young musicians!