Doctor of Musical Arts, Piano Pedagogy
Jeyeon Kim is an active pianist, collaborator, and educator.
Dr. Kim was born in Anyang, South Korea, and moved to the United States to study in 2010. Dr. Kim holds a Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Piano Pedagogy from Texas Tech University,a master’s degree in Piano Pedagogy and Performance from The University of Oklahoma, and a bachelor’s degree in Piano Performance from California Baptist University. At TTU, she served as the president of the TTU MTNA Collegiate Chapter and worked as a Graduate Part-Time Instructor by teaching piano and playing for the major ensembles. At OU, she taught group piano and applied lessons and plays for the Weitzenhoffer School of Musical Theatre as a Graduate Assistant. At CBU, she was a pianist for the Women’s Choir and the University Choir and Orchestra and traveled across the United States with Summer Small Groups.
Dr. Kim’s research centers on the use of technology in piano teaching and learning, and the discovery of the under-represented group of musicians. Dr. Kim presented her research in various settings including the national conference such as MTNA National Conference and NCKP Conference and local communities such as Lubbock MTA.