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Hyoseul Grace Kim 


Classical Piano

Early Childhood Group Class

Adaptive Piano Lessons

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Hyoseul Grace Kim is a classical pianist and a piano instructor with 15 years of teaching experience. She earned her Bachelor’s degree with honors in Piano Performance and Psychology and Carnegie Mellon University. Then, she completed her Master’s degree in Music Therapy at Molloy College in New York. She studied classical piano with Jeffrey Cohen at Manhattan School of Music and Hannah Li at Carnegie Mellon University. 


Since she was first recognized as a classical pianist at age 8 by winning at a regional competition in her native country, South Korea, she has performed at numerous recitals and accompanied at schools, colleges, and church. In 2011, Grace won first place at Crescendo International Competition in both solo and chamber division, which led to her debut performance at Carnegie Hall in New York City. In 2012, she was featured as a soloist playing with the Ureuk Orchestra at Merkin Concert Hall.


Through these opportunities, she has truly come to value the joy of sharing exceptional music and the tremendous efforts behind the scene to make the sharing possible. In order to extend her love of music to people with disabilities, she studied music therapy at Molloy College, pursuing a Master of Science in Music Therapy degree and worked as a part of music therapy team mainly working with children and adults with developmental and medical needs at South Shore Conservatory, Nordoff-Robbins Center for Music Therapy at NYU, and NYU Langone Medical Center


Besides her private teaching, she currently works as a ballet pianist at Boston Ballet and teaches adaptive piano lessons and early childhood group classes to diverse populations, including children with special needs. Her passion for creating the best learning experience catered for each student has encouraged her students to grow their musicality and to enjoy music. 

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