Suejin Jung

Private Instructor - Piano

Originally from South Korea, Suejin Jung began her musical studies at age 5 and continued her education in the U.S. at The Juilliard School where she earned both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees. She has performed at recitals and music festivals throughout the U.S. and all over the world. She has garnered a number of prizes in competitions including Five Towns Music and Arts Foundation, New York International Piano Competition, and Julia Crane International Piano Competition.

Jung has performed solo recitals, chamber music concerts at Steinway Hall, Paul Recital Hall at Lincoln Center, Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie, all in New York; and Count Basie Center for the Arts, Watchung Arts Center, both in New Jersey. She has performed with ensembles such as Monmouth Symphony Orchestra, Plainfield Symphony Orchestra, Russ Philharmonic Orchestra, Virtuosi Brunensis Orchestra (Czech Republic) and Helix! Contemporary Ensemble based at Mason Gross School of the Arts. Recently, she was a featured soloist with Rutgers Symphony Orchestra as the Rutgers Concerto Competition winner. Her performances have been broadcasted on WWFM radio and PBS.

Jung has performed at international music festivals, including Banff Centre, Alberta, Canada; Mendelssohn Academy, Germany; Beijing International Music Festival and Academy; Fontainebleau Music Festival, France; Gijon Piano Festival, Spain; Perugia Music Fest, Italy; and at here in the U.S. at Aspen Music Festival, and Bowdoin Music Festival, Maine.

She has been awarded fellowships through The Juilliard School to lead education outreach programs in New York City public schools. She earned her master’s and bachelor’s degrees from Juilliard, where she worked with Julian Martin, Matti Raekallio and Joseph Kalichstein.

Jung is currently a doctoral candidate and lecturer at Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University under the tutelage of Min Kwon and John Perry. She is a faculty member at the New York Music School and Mason Gross Extension Division in private piano instruction.