Eunji Kim: Piano
South Korean Pianist Eunji Kim was selected as one of the “young promising artists” for the television broadcast CUNY- Study with the best channel 74 in 2013. By 2014, she has received an invitation to perform in Carnegie Hall. She has also distinguished herself as a pianist throughout her undergraduate and graduate studies by being selected to play in piano master classes by today’s top touring performers. As well as master classes she has participated in the International Keyboard Festival Institute of Mannes College, NYC. Eunji has also been featured in various concert hall venues throughout, including Steinway Hall, Bezanson Recital Hall, Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, NYC National Opera House, Shetler Performing Arts Theater, and Ida K. Lang Hall.
In 2012 Eunji has made her Recording CD at the TIKIS studio, with Grammy Award Anominee engineer, Fred Gaurino. With Gaurino’s excellent collaboration, she was able to make a successful CD with works of Bach, Beethoven, Schumann, and Barber. In addition, Eunji made another Recording in 2014 at the NorthFire DVD Studio with Angelo Lucas, that included works by Bach, Mozart, and Bartok.
In the upcoming months of 2017 She is preparing for solo recital tour that features works by Prokofiev, Bach, and Liszt. As well as piano solo repertoire, Eunji is also devoting this year’s theme in producing recordings of one piano, 4 hands chamber pieces featuring works from Brahms, Dvorak, and Faure.
Aside from performance, Eunji’s piano career is also largely invested in advocacy for students with special needs and underprivileged families. In 2017 she has held an Autism Awareness Gala benefit concert where her students with special needs performed in the piano concert. Her greater vision lies in starting up a foundation to support children from underprivileged families with musical education that is deserved. She strongly believes the expenses and tuition that goes along with learning an instrument shouldn’t limit anyone. She plans to build a “Eunji Piano Foundation” where she can donate Pianos to households for serious and gifted children to have access to an instrument to upstart their piano education at no cost.