Sabrina Mo B.A - Flute

Sabrina Mo 

Born in Hong Kong, Sabrina started to play the flute at the age of 14. She is an active soloist and chamber musician in Vancouver, BC. She plays as a flutist and piccolist in Vancouver Metropolitan Orchestra, VAM Symphony Orchestra and SFU Concert Orchestra, and participates in various music festivals. She is currently collaborating with Foolish Operation for the Moving Nesting Resting project; they were invited to Vernon, BC, in March 2022 for a week-long residency in North Okanagan Children’s Festival .

As a passionate flute teacher With more than 9 years of experience in teaching flute, piccolo and theory, Sabrina has developed her own methods of teaching to a wide range of students in private or group lessons. She can speak fluent English, Cantonese and Mandarin, and also be familiar in both North America and the British music system. Students from different backgrounds would benefit from adapting into the local system easily. By combining the conservatory and contemporary way of musical education, she collaborates with different formats of teaching, ensuring students could build up their understanding of music in depth and keep their interest at the same time. All of her students are inspired and motivated as well as fulfilling their musical potentials in youth orchestras, RCM examinations, and bands.

Sabrina is also an enthusiastic composer who received a degree in Bachelor of Arts in Composition from Simon Fraser University in 2021. Studying music composition under Owen Underhill, Sabrina Schroeder, Mauricio Pauly and Stefan Maier in Simon Fraser University, her compositional styles are included but not limited to many electroacoustic and acoustic pieces for small ensembles and solo. She also loves to use objects to explore and experiment on the different combinations of tonalities in sound.