1335 South Michigan Ave
Classical Pianist Jeeyoon Kim will give a solo piano concert, featuring her newest album ‘Over. Above. Beyond.’
Jeeyoon’s concert events combine dazzling technical mastery and profound musicianship with her personal commentary on stage. The ‘Over. Above. Beyond.’ concert will also feature a unique collaboration with newly commissioned visual art by NY based illustrator, Moonsub Shin. Each of the twelve drawings by Mr. Shin depicts a movement of Variations on an Original Theme, Op. 21, No. 1 by Johannes Brahms, nicknamed the ‘philosophical variations’.
Audiences will experience a more engaging way of listening to a classical concert with her commentary on stage. It is one-hour concert without an intermission
“As a pianist, one of the most rewarding moments is when I feel that I have lifted someone’s soul with my playing and when I feel that I am deeply connected with listeners in the very moment of sharing music. It has became clear to me that it is why I make music. Through ‘Over. Above. Beyond.’, my wish is to give an audience a sense of hope, lightness, and a new beginning. These are pieces that have given me a sense of joy, weightlessness, and peace. Join me for this special flight and receive what music has given to us. Together let’s fly Over. Above. Beyond! -Jeeyoon
Some testimonials about Jeeyoon Kim:
“A unique experience of shared feeling…In that sharing we find ourselves…” -from the Carnegie Hall debut review
“In addition to her mastery of the instrument, Jeeyoon’s music-making transcends the piano, and has the ability to transport the listener directly into the world of the composer. So captivating and powerful…” -Demarre McGill, Principal Flute at Seattle Symphony
“Beautiful control of the Instrument, superior technique, and all of that emotion shows up in her sound as well as watching her. I am awed by her talent. It would be criminal for the world not to hear Jeeyoon perform.” -Gary Walters, performing artist and jazz pianist
Jeeyoon received her Doctorate of Music and Masters of Music in Piano Performance from the Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University. She made her Carnegie Hall debut with her sold-out 10 More Minutes Concert in December, 2017 and was a winner of the 2017-18 season of the Beverly Hills National Audition for classical musicians.
A native of South Korea, Kim has traveled the globe with performances at such venues as PianoForte Salon Live Series, live broadcasting on classical music radio stations in Chicago and San Diego, KUSI TV in San Diego, WFMT, 98.7, Nichols Hall in Evanston, Illinois, Graves Recital Hall in Columbus, Ohio, Hilbert Circle Theatre in Indianapolis, at the Mozarteum Festival in Salzburg, Austria among many others. Other recent performances include “Arts in August” concert series in Evansville, Indiana, Stradivari Society in Chicago, Parisian Salon Concert Series in Chicago and San Diego Symphony Chamber Music Series, collaborating with other musicians such as violinist Philippe Quint and cellist Johannes Moser.