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Cheryl Lim

Adjunct Lecturer



Doctor of Musical Arts (Flute Performance)
Peabody Institute of Music of the Johns Hopkins University

Master of Philosophy in Education (Arts, Creativity and Education)
Cambridge University

Master of Music
Manhattan School of Music  

Bachelor of Music (First Class Hons) in Flute Performance
National University of Singapore, Yong Siew Toh Conservatory


Dr. Cheryl Lim graduated from the Peabody Institute of Music with a Doctor of Musical Arts (DMA) degree in 2014, and upon graduation was simultaneously awarded the Clinton Lee Arrowood Memorial Prize for excellence in flute performance. Cheryl completed her Masters at the Manhattan School of Music and undergraduate degree with First Class Honours from the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory, National University of Singapore. As a performer, her areas of interest include historical performance, new music and all forms of collaborative music-making.

Her conservatory teachers included Jin Ta, Marina Piccinini and Michael Parloff, along with orchestral and chamber studies taught by Emily Skala and Marya Martin. Cheryl began Baroque flute studies with Gwyn Roberts at Peabody Institute and continued at the Oberlin Baroque Performance Institute with Christopher Krueger and Michael Lynn. She also took private lessons with Rachel Brown and Lisa Beznosiuk.

Cheryl most recently completed an M. Phil degree in Education (Arts, Creativity and Education) at the University of Cambridge. She is passionate about mentoring and enjoys letting students discover and explore the richness of life through music.