Known for his “excellent imagination,” “stunning conception of sound . . . . sensuous . . . as a controlled substance,” and hailed as a “memorable and inspiring . . . . thoughtful musician,” through whom music sounds “completely new, modern in the best sense of the word, as if freshly created . . . . as if he himself had composed the work” (New York Concert Review), pianist Quentin Kim tours extensively in the Americas, Europe, and Asia, having been invited to perform at Carnegie Hall, Alice Tully Hall in New York City, Salle Cortot in Paris, the Permanent Missions of Korea and India to the United Nations, and the Residence of the U. N. Secretary-General. He is a Grand Prize winner of the Grace Welsh International Prize for Piano, as well as a First Prize winner of the Joong Ang Music Concours of Korea, and has of late toured in Central and South America with members of International Sejong Soloists.
He is currently a Professor of Piano at Pusan National University in Korea.
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