Preparatory Division Faculty
Kim's recent performances include recitals in NewYork's Alice Tully Hall, Merkin Hall,
Weill Recital Hall, Bargemusic,Boston's
Symphony Hall, Washington D.C.'s Phillips Gallery and Ravinia'sRising Stars series in Chicago.
She has appeared as soloist with theCentral
Philharmonic Orchestra of Beijing, the Orquesta SinfonicaNacional de Mexico, the Portland
Chamber Orchestra, and the RichmondOrchestra.
Ms. Kim was a member of Chamber Music Society Two, TheChamber Music Society of Lincoln
Center's residency program for emergingyoung
artists, and has performed with David Shifrin, Daniel Phillips,Ida Kavafian, Edgar Meyer, Cho-Liang
Lin, Fred Sherry, Lucy Shelton,Wynton
Marsalis, Paquito Rivera, and members of the Brentano, Borromeo,Cassatt, Mendelssohn, Meridian and
Miami String Quartets. Additionally,Ms.
Kim has performed with the NewYork Chamber Ensemble, Garden CityChamber Music Society, Lighthouse
Chamber Players, Salt Bay Chamberfest,Carnegie
Chamber Players, Bronx Arts Ensemble, the Sherman Chamber Ensemble, the Society
for New Music and is the resident pianist of the Seal Bay Festical in
Maine. With the West End Chamber Ensemble, ensemble-in-residence at the
North Carolina School of the Arts, sheparticipated
in the National Endowment for the Arts/Chamber MusicAmerica Rural Residency. She has
recorded the solo and chamber works of Daniel S. Godfrey with the St. Paul
Chamber Orchestra on the Koch label, the violin and piano sonatas of Charles
Ives with Lisa Tipton on Capstone Records and the sonatas of Niels Gade with
violinist, Katie Wolfe on the Centaur label.
She and Ms. Tipton also present the “Made in America” series at Weill
Hall in Carnegie Hall. A new CD with
violinist Jorge Avila, features the sonatas of Granados, Turina and Rodrigo and
will be released on Centaur this winter. Ms. Kim studied with Menahem
Pressler and Leon Fleisher and is on the piano faculties of Syracuse University
and Mannes College of Music, Prep Division. This recently joined the Concert
Artist Faculty at Kean University in New Jersey. During the summers she is on
the faculty of the Kinhaven Music School in Vermont and the Summertrios
festival in Bryn Mawr.
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