Timothy Tan has been a member of the Muncie Symphony for the past four seasons. He also holds the title of Assistant Concertmaster of the Fort Wayne Philharmonic and also performs with the Indianapolis Symphony and Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra. Raised in Winston-Salem, NC, Timothy studied at the NC School of the Arts, Boston University, and Carnegie Mellon University with professors including Vartan Manoogian, Stephen Shipps, Peter Zazofsky, Roman Totenberg and Andrés Cárdenes. Summer studies and festivals include the Brevard Music Center Summer Institute, IU String Academy, Eastern Music Festival, National Orchestral Institute, Kent Blossom Music Festival as well as participation in two European tours with NC School of the Arts, Disney’s All American College Orchestra, and the World Youth Orchestra in Malaysia. Prior to the move to Indiana, he was a member of the West Virginia Symphony and Sarasota Opera, also having performed with Charlotte, Richmond, Nashville, Youngstown, Maryland, Fairfax Symphonies and Erie and Boston Philharmonic. He currently spends his summers with his wife, Colleen, as members of the Lake String Quartet performing at the Lake Hotel in Yellowstone National Park.