Charles Tsui

Assistant Professor of Music
Division of Fine Arts
Morrison 220

Charles Tsui is Assistant Professor of Music at Missouri Valley College and the principal pianist, Dr. Phillip Sisk Memorial Chair of the Topeka Symphony Orchestra. As a performer, his
collaboration with soprano Jennifer Forni was being broadcasted through Kansas Public Radio. Additionally, Charles performed at the Emerald Coast Music Alliance Festival in Florida. A
native of Hong Kong, he also appeared in various music festivals in China, England, Japan, South Korea, and the United States.

Charles also serves as the pianist and organist at the Avondale United Methodist Church. As a music enthusiast, he founded the Avondale Music Series, offering local and international
musicians a platform to promote classical music and the music representing the international performers’ culture to the local community. Charles is also the Festival Manager of the
Heartland Chamber Music Festival in Kansas City and has served as the Young Artist Competition judge in Topeka and the International Fringe Association Music Competition in
Hong Kong.

Charles received his music education at the Longy School of Music of Bard College and Hong Kong Baptist University. He is also a Licentiate of Trinity College London. He is currently a
doctoral candidate (ABD) at the University of Missouri–Kansas City, supervised by the world-renowned pianist Alon Goldstein.