Currently active in West Texas, Suyeon Kim has been featured as a soloist, chamber artist, teacher, recording artist, and orchestral musician in the U.S. and South Korea.

Ms. Kim has performed on illustrious stages such as Walt Disney Concert Hall, the Broad Stage, Thayer Hall, Zipper Hall, Schoenberg Hall, and LACMA Brown Auditorium. She has been featured on KUSC Sunday’s Live Emerging Artists Series and was the lead artist featured at V.I.P. Opening Gala of Los Angeles Fashion Week. Ms. Kim has collaborated with eminent musicians such as Quartor Ebene, Arnold Steinhardt, and Ronald Leonard. In 2015, Su recorded soundtracks for BBC’s documentary Planet Earth II under Hans Zimmer. In addition, she performed in WDCH as a part of the Piatigorsky International Cello Festival 2016, sharing the stage with world-renown cellists such as Mischa Maisky, Thomas Demenga, Matt Haimovitz, Frans Helmerson, Giovanni Sollima, and many more.

Ms. Kim is a Doctoral of Musical Arts candidate at Texas Tech University where she studies with Jeffrey Lastrapes. She also holds a Master of Music from TTU. She obtained her Bachelor of Music and Artist Diploma degrees from the Colburn Conservatory of Music in Los Angeles where she studied with Ronald Leonard and achieved 2014 Colburn Teaching Fellowship under the guidance of Dr. Robert A. Duke.