The Monitor, an Illinois periodical, praised Eunmi Moon in its review by saying, “Ms. Moon has a unique style of playing which is tasteful, doesn’t overcome the soloist, yet manages to reach the musical heights. Her technique is spotless and her dynamics come through with lyricism.” The Philadelphia Inquirer noted, “Accompanying with sensitivity and skill throughout, notably in the hushed reverie of Richard Strauss, was pianist Eunmi Moon.”
Under the auspices of Community Concert Series sponsored by Columbia Artist Management, Ms. Moon has performed in major cities throughout the U.S. including: New York City, Cincinnati, Michigan, Chicago, Bartlesville, Hartford, Pittsburgh, Detroit, Boston, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Santa Barbara, L.A., Norfolk among others. She has also performed in other countries such as Korea, Japan, Canada, Puerto Rico, Switzerland, Austria, France, Guatemala, Mexico, Norway and Argentina.
She has appeared as a guest collaborative artist on such venues as Wednesdays at One chamber music concert series and An evening of chamber music series at Alice Tully, Noonday Concerts series at Trinity, Gardner Museum’s Sunday concert series, Philadelphia Chamber Music Society’s concert series, Pro-Musica concert series, Pro-Mozart concert series, The Naumberg Band Shell concert series, The Matinée Musicale Club concert series among others at famed Halls including: New York’s Alice Tully, Merkin, Carnegie/Weill Recital halls, the 92 nd Street Y, Colden Center, and the Philadelphia Convention center as well as countless music series in major museums and libraries. Ms. Moon frequently collaborates with the acclaimed soprano, Theresa Santiago, a winner of the Naumburg Competition. They recorded ‘Spanish Songs’ on the Musical Heritage Society label.
A graduate of Seoul National University, Ms. Moon was the first Korean student to receive a Master of Music degree in Accompanying from the Juilliard School, where she subsequently worked as Associate Coach at the school’s famed Juilliard Opera Center. She was also a vocal coach at the Manhattan School of Music in New York City. The recipient of numerous awards and scholarships, she made her Carnegie/Weill Recital Hall debut as a winner of the Artist International Competition in the Piano/Cello Duo Category. She is currently a doctoral candidate in Teachers College at Columbia University, where she has received her second Master’s degree in Music Education. She is currently an Adjunct Professor at Monmouth university and a Co-Adjutant at Rutgers University.
Former & current students achievements:
Admitted into New England Conservatory
Admitted into Manhattan School of Music (2018, 2019)
Admitted into Peabody Institute of The Johns Hopkins University
Admitted into Prep Division of Manhattan School of Music
1st Prize Winner of Bradshaw & Buono International Piano Competition
1st Prize Winners of KRB New York International Music Competition
Finalist of Carmel Debut International Piano Competition
Prize Winner of NJMTA Concerto Competition
Prize Winner of Music Teachers National Association Competition
Prize Winner of International Grande Music Competition