Jugwon Noh

Dr. Jugwon “Jay” Noh, currently an Adjunct Professor at Austin Community College, is a multifaceted musician and educator. He earned his Bachelor of Music degree from Chung-Ang University in South Korea, studying under Prof. Hyekyoung Lee. Dr. Noh completed his Master of Music and Doctor of Musical Arts degrees in Piano Performance at the University of Texas at Austin under the tutelage of Prof. Gregory Allen.

Dr. Noh has won prizes in various music competitions, including first prizes both in the Haneum Music Competition and The Music Association of Korea Competition, and second prizes in both The Piano Duo Association of Korea Competition and The Czerny Association of Korea Competition. Dr. Noh has performed both as a soloist and collaborator, participating in events like the Clear Creek Music Festival in Oregon and learning from renowned musicians in masterclasses. Additionally, as a founding member of the Amicus Piano Duo, Dr. Noh contributes to the ensemble’s goal of delivering diverse classical music experiences to audiences through their concert series.

In addition to his performance career, Dr. Noh is a passionate educator who enjoys all aspects of piano teaching. He has established a private piano studio in Austin for students of all ages and levels. His students earned prizes in local, state, national, and international competitions. Dr. Noh received Excellence in Teaching Award at Carmel Arts International Competition in 2022, 2023, and 2024.

Dr. Noh has concluded a successful lecture recital at the Butler School of Music and his proposals have been selected for presentations and lecture recitals at various regional, national, and international conferences such as the TMTA Convention, MTNA Collegiate Symposium, and College Music Society Conference. In addition, he has been invited to judge the TMTA All-Star Festival and Baroque/Classical Festival.

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