TMAF welcomes Martin Chalifour to TMAF 2021 as faculty!

Our violin faculty, Frank Huang, is forced to cancel his trip to Taipei due to a change of New York Philharmonic's summer schedule. Many American orchestras are emerging from the pandemic induced work stoppage. As a result, the summer schedules of these orchestras are undergoing drastic changes.TMAF, however, is elated to announce the appointment of Martin Chalifour as our new violin faculty. Mr. Chalifour is an esteemed soloist, the concertmaster of the Los Angeles Philharmonic and a professor at University of Southern California (USC). Mr. Chalifour eagerly looks forward to working with the tremendous talents at TMAF. For more information on Mr. Chalifour, Please click here!

TMAF welcomes Jeffrey Khaner to TMAF 2021 as faculty!

Our esteemed flute faculty, Emily Beynon, has to withdraw from TMAF due to personal and family reasons. We will miss her presence and superb artistry. We are delighted to announce the appointment of Jeffrey Khaner as our new flute faculty. Mr. Khaner is the principal flutist of the Philadelphia Orchestra. He is a renowned soloist and serves on the faculty of Curtis Institute and Juilliard School. TMAF welcomes this great player and highly sought-after teacher. For more information on Mr. Khaner, Please click here!

TMAF featured in Global Ode To Joy

TMAF is very excited to announce our participation in the Global Ode to Joy celebration of Beethoven’s 250th Anniversary.

This summer, TMAF was proud to be one of the few festivals that was able to carry on the tradition of classical music despite the COVID-19 pandemic, continuing to have teacher-student mentoring, chamber music making, and orchestra performances for live audiences in a full house concert hall. Music is alive among us despite the chaos of the world.

We salute to Beethoven, and we celebrate the joy of music!


Learn more about the project at!


TMAF - Serenade For the Socially Distanced