Korean-American Pianist, Michael Min has been heard as a soloist, chamber musician, concerto soloist, and concert tenor. He maintains an active international career throughout Romania, Colombia, South Korea, and the United States by appearing in the venues such as Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, the KEPCO Art Center, Hinton Hall, Lloyd Ultan Recital Hall, Ted Mann Concert Hall, Dinu Lipatti Recital Hall (National College of Arts), Luis A. Calvo Hall among others.
A sought-after collaborative musician, Min was a winner (Collaborative Pianist division) of the 4th WPTA-Singapore International Piano Competition and participated in the performance and recording of contemporary works by internationally acclaimed composers such as Dr. Nigel Clarke, and Dr. David Maslanka.
Michael Min earned his Doctor of Musical Arts Degree in Piano Performance from the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities, where he also received his Master’s degree in Collaborative Piano and Coaching. Min also holds his Master’s degree in Piano Performance from the Middle Tennessee State University and pursued his B.A. in Piano Performance from the Sahm-Yook University in Seoul, Korea. His former teachers include Sook-Jin Lee, Joo-Soon Lee, Won-Eui Lee, Dr. Adam Clark, Dr. EunByol Ko, Dr. Timothy Lovelace, and Dr. Kyung Kim.