Pianist Kyungmi Nam was acclaimed by New York Concert Review as "…an awareness of detail… a clear sense of compositional structure…, a lively, vibrant sound and a wide palette of dynamics and colors", for her New York debut recital at Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall in 2005, as the full scholarship receipient of Young Artist Piano Award presented by Artists International Presentations, Inc. She has been awarded with prizes from international competitions across the U.S., South Korea, and Italy including the Debussy Prize from IBLA Grand Prize International Competition in 2006. In the following year, she appeared as soloist for the world premiere of Henry Martin's Piano Concerto No. 3 with Manhattan Chamber Orchestra in New York. Her most recent engagements include a solo recital in Palazzo Fava in Bologna, Italy, and enjoys a dynamic career as soloist and chamber musician.
Education Manhattan School of Music B.M. Manhattan School of Music M.M.
Genres & Ages Taught All Ages & Levels (beginner - advanced)