Doyeon Diane Kim, a native of South Korea, will serve as piano faculty and the international student director for the Anderson University Piano and Composition camp.
She has made her way across the globe with performances as a soloist and chamber musician at diverse festivals and music venues in the United States, Europe, and Asia. She was also invited as an artist for guest artist series and exchange artist series during her studies and has performed at schools such as Eastman School of Music, Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, and Oberlin School of Music. In 2010, she made her debut in NYC with New York Concerti Symphonietta as a concerto soloist and also as a solo pianist at Carnegie Weill Hall. Having started her music study at the age of 5, Dr. Kim studied with Edward Auer in Indiana University for her Bachelor’s degree and has been fully supported by Rackham Graduate Fellowship during her studies at the University of Michigan where she earned her Master’s Degree and Doctor of Musical Arts degree under the tutelage of Arthur Greene.
In 2015, to celebrate the centenary of Scriabin’s death, Dr. Kim released her first album of a selection of the Scriabin’s Preludes, including a complete set of Op. 11. In 2016, she released her second album of music with stories to explore and create a new genre. “Classical Ballade” is available on Amazon, iTunes, and other streaming sites.
She is currently teaching at Gyeongsang National University and Paichai University in South Korea.