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Ji Na Kim

Ji Na Kim, a native of South Korea, has cultivated a diverse career as both a soloist and chamber musician, performing across the United States and in various International settings, including Europe, Canada, and Korea. Her performances have been featured at venues such as Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center, the Spieker Center for the Arts, the Lied Center, Bella Concert Hall, and the Staller Center for the Arts.


Her U.S. debut was in 2019 when she won the Stony Brook University

Concerto Competition and performed Ravel's Piano Concerto in G Major with the Stony Brook Symphony Orchestra. Additionally, she has had the privilege of collaborating with faculty members at Stony Brook, including Gilbert Kalish, Jennifer Frautschi, Colin Carr, Frank Morelli, and Nirmali Fenn.


As a chamber musician, Kim has been invited to participate in festivals such as Music@Menlo, Kneisel Hall Chamber Music Festival, Gijon International Piano Festival, and the Banff Music Festival, collaborating with esteemed artists including Paul Neubauer, Kristin Lee, and Dimitri Atapine. She also participated and worked with Robert McDonald, Jaime Laredo, Sharon Robinson, and Joel

Krosnick in masterclasses. Beyond her performance career, Kim's dedication extends to education.


She has served as a teaching assistant for undergraduate piano students at Stony Brook University and currently holds a position as a visiting faculty at Susquehanna University and a piano faculty at Concordia Conservatory.


Furthermore, she was also a teaching and performance fellow at Juilliard, where she introduced classical music to K-12 students in New York City, spanning the age range from 4 to 10. Kim earned her Bachelor's and Master's of Music degrees at the Juilliard School under Julian Martin and received her Doctoral degree at Stony Brook University under the guidance of Gilbert Kalish.

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