Tae Kim, winner of Steinway Society Piano Competition and Arlington Young Artist Competition, received a BM from Boston Conservatory and an MM from New England Conservatory. Born in South Korea, Tae has studied piano since age 4. He has soloed with many ensembles, including Yurodivy Chamber Orchestra, Hemenway Strings and Boston Conservatory Orchestra. Headlined as a “Radiant Glimpse of Talent to Come,” The Boston Globe praised his “sparkling performance” of Beethoven’s 5th Piano Concerto. Tae also actively participates in chamber and contemporary ensembles, where he has worked with distinguished artists like Suren Bagratuni, Lynn Chang, Hsin-Yuan Huang, Alice Schoenfeld, Brinton Smith as well as Allison Eldredge and Irina Muresanu of The Boston Trio. His interest in contemporary improvisation has led him to collaborate with Tod Machover. Tae’s teachers include Jonathan Bass, Bruce Brubaker, Janice Weber and Patricia Zander.