Eunok Kim

Eunok Kim, a South Korean native, is a candidate for a Doctorate of Musical Arts degree in classical piano performance from Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University. She received her master’s of music from the Manhattan School of Music with Dean’s List honors, and earned a full scholarship to study for her Bachelor of Music degree from Keimyung University in South Korea, and graduated as valedictorian.

As a celebrated classical pianist, she has a rapidly blossoming career as a soloist, chamber musician, and collaborative artist. She has won accolades at prestigious competitions like the New York International Artists Competitions, East Coast International Competition, Manhattan International Music Competition, Rutgers Chamber Music Competition. She has performed at famous venues, including the Kaufman Music Center and Lincoln Center. She was also selected to perform as a soloist with many renowned orchestras, including the Banatul Philharmonic Orchestra, Romania, and Keimyung Symphony Orchestra in South Korea. As an active collaborative artist, she has performed as an accompanist with diverse choirs, including New Jersey Senior Choir, Peniel Women’s Choir, and various church choirs.

She has maintained her private studio in South Korea since 2010 and has taught at many different music schoosl, including Mason Gross Extension Division, Arete Music Academy in Bergen County, and Long Island School of Music. For more than 10 years, she has amassed experience teaching students of all ages and is a master at preparing her students for a variety of piano tests in the U.S., including the New York State School Music Association and the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music. Her students participate not only in tests and competitions, but also prepare for pre-college music programs and professional music college programs.

Eunok enjoys teaching students and strives to inspire through her work as a performing artist and teacher.