HAEEUN KIM, Piano, Executive Director 

  • Adjunct Assistant Professor at Queens College

  • University of Washington (B.M.)

  • Manhattan School of Music (M.M.)

  • City University of New York, CUNY (D.M.A.)

A native of South Korea, Haeeun Kim began piano studies at the age of four and attended the Seoul Music and Art High School. She continued her secondary education in Washington State and received her Bachelor of Music from the University of Washington, where she was the recipient of the Posca and Brechemen Scholarships.  Ms. Kim received her Master of Music degree from Manhattan School of Music and her
Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the Graduate Center at the City University of New York.

 

The winner of numerous competitions in Korea, Ms. Kim was also the First Prize winner of the Northwest Young Artist Festival and the Seattle Young Artists Competition. She was awarded the Senior Chamber Music Live Award and The Discimus ut Serviamus Music Award from Queens College. In 2001 she made her Carnegie Hall Weil Recital Hall debut as the winner of the Artists International Young Artists Piano Award. As a
solo and chamber music artist, Ms. Kim’s recent appearances include performances in Seattle, South Carolina, New York, and Moscow, Russia as well as in Korea. She founded Pace Music Institute of Nassau in 2015. She was appointed as an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Aaron Copland School of Music in Queens College in 2019.