Acclaimed by New York Concert Review as "...an awareness of detail... a clear sense of compositional structure..., a lively, vibrant sound and a wide palette of dynamics and
colors", pianist Kyungmi Nam has given numerous concerts as soloist and chamber musician in the New York metropolitan area. Miss Nam gave her New York debut recital at Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall in 2005, as the winner of Young Artist Piano Award presented by Artists International Presentations, Inc. She has been awarded the First Prize in National Young Artists Competition of Korea, and was a prize winner in New Jersey State Music Festival Competition and Associated Music Teachers League,
Inc. in New York. In 2006, Kyungmi Nam was the Debussy Prize recipient of IBLA Grand Prize International Competition.
She received both the B.M. and M.M. degrees from Manhattan School of Music under the guidance of Zenon Fishbein. She has been influenced by the masterclasses and coachings by Isadore Cohen, Daniel Epstein, Horacio Guiterrez, Stephen Hough, Wonmi Kim, Awadagin Pratt, Gerald Robbins, Anne Schein, and Tamasa Vasary.
Kyungmi Nam has appeared as soloist with Seoul Arts Orchestra, New York Sinfonietta, and Manhattan Chamber Orchestra. Her orchestra engagements include the World Premiere of Henry Martin's Piano Concerto No. 3 with the conductor Richard Auldon Clark and Manhattan Chamber Orchestra in 2007, and Beethoven Triple Concerto performance under the baton of David Gilbert in the same year. Most recent performances include her debut recital in Bologna, Italy.