Dr. Se-Hee Jin


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Se-Hee Jin, a native of South Korea, has been acclaimed for her artistic brilliance and high musical sensitivity. Dr. Jin currently serves as a Clinical Assistant Professor of Piano at Oklahoma State University. Dr. Jin holds her Master of Music and Doctor of Musical Arts degrees in Piano Performance and Literature from the Eastman School of Music under Natalya Antonova. She graduated from Ewha Womans University (Seoul, Korea) with a Bachelor of Music degree in Piano Performance.

As a solo pianist, Dr. Jin has been featured in various recitals, including a Guest Artist Recital at the Ann Goodman Recital Hall in the Kaufman Music Center (New York, NY), the Afternoon Concert Series at Bentley Recital Hall (Banff, Canada), the Steinway Series Piano Prelude concert (Lenox, MA), the Recital Series at Washington Square, and St. Andrew's Concert Series (Rochester, NY). She has participated in the Tanglewood Music Festival as a recipient of the Leonard Bernstein Fellowship and the Banff Summer Arts Festival in Canada. Dr. Jin also has been featured in master classes with renowned pianists, including Julian Martin, John Perry, Emanuel Ax, and Peter Serkin.

Dr. Jin has continued her collaborative performances with distinguished instrumentalists and vocalists in the United States and Korea. Her recent collaborative performances include Backstage Pass on WXXI Radio Classical 91.5', the Gateways Music Festival, the Women in Music Festival, and the Jessie Kneisel Lieder Competition and Winners' Concert (Rochester, NY), the Festival of Contemporary Music, and various series of chamber concerts (Lenox, MA).

Recently, Dr. Jin began a new music concert series - the American Living Composer Series which presents portrait recitals of living composers. The series has presented various works by Charles Wuorinen (Pulitzer Prize winner) and Louis Karchin (Professor of Music at New York University) in several venues in Rochester and New York, NY. The next concert series will feature compositions by John Harbison (Pulitzer Prize winner; Institute Professor at Massachusetts Institute of Technology) in February 2017 at Oklahoma State University.