Giyong Ahn

A native of South Korea, Giyong Ahn is a pianist and chamber musician. Since he began playing piano at the age of six, Ahn has performed as a soloist and collaborative pianist throughout South Korea and the U.S.A. He has served as an official collaborative pianist for American Single Reed Conference and ISB Double Bass Competition. As an active chamber musician, Ahn has been invited to perform in a variety of venues such as the Society of Composers Conference and WFHB. He has participated in the Music Academy of the West, and Colorado College Summer Festival as a collaborative piano fellow.

Ahn received his Doctorate of Musical Arts degree in collaborative piano from the University of Texas at Austin with Colette Valentine. Previously he earned his Performance diploma at Indiana University with Anne Epperson, Master’s of Music at the University of Texas at Austin with Gregory Allen, and Bachelor’s of Music at Kyungwon University with Seunghye Choi. During his D.M.A and P. D, he served as a teaching assistant and graduate assistant.

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