Piano / Group 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 in 2013. By 2014, she received an invitation to audition at Carnegie Hall. Eunji has also distinguished herself as a pianist throughout her undergraduate and graduate studies by being selected to play in piano master classes by top contemporary touring performers as well as participating in the International Keyboard Festival and Institute of Mannes College, New York City.

Ms. Kim has performed extensively throughout her years as a pianist. She has had the honor of performing in venues including: Ida K. Lang Hall NYC, Steinway Hall NYC, Bezanson Recital Hall Massachusetts, and Clarice Smith Performing Center Maryland. Frequently, she would perform in benefit concerts throughout hospitals in New York City to support the elderly community for awareness in cancer and treatment. In addition to solo performances, Ms. Kim is also largely invested in Chamber Music performances. She has recently performed the Haydn London Trios and Shostakovich Piano Suite for two pianos.

Eunji’s piano career is also largely invested in teaching. She has taught students of all ages and levels as well as undergraduates at university and students preparing for auditions, concerts, and examinations. Ms. Kim has also taught students with special needs in addition to having private students throughout New York City.


Music has no season; learning music is a life-long endeavor. Students may not be able to take lessons throughout their lifetime, but they have the ability to remain music lovers and stay musically active. Regardless of age or background, every student deserves an equal opportunity to learn and should have fair access to instruction in order to enhance their abilities, goals, and talents. Responding to student’s needs is necessary to building a mutually respectful and healthy relationship; it is Ms. Kim’s belief that this connection is vital to each students’ musical education. As a teacher, Ms. Kim strives to clearly express difficult concepts and to help students reach their individual goals.  


Ms. Kim is a graduate of the City University of New York, Hunter College and University of Massachusetts, Amherst, where she received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in piano performance. Her major mentors include Geoffrey Burleson, Quynh Nguyen, and Gilles Vonsattel.