Grace EunHye Oh has been performing and teaching internationally for years. Recent major invitations include festivals and solo recitals in Russia, Italy, Germany, Japan, Korea, Taiwan as well as Notre-Dame in Paris, France.
She obtained a Bachelor’s degree at Keimyung University in Korea where she graduated at the top of the entire music department. She studied at Westminster Choir College where she received the Master’s degree with Distinction. While in Symphonic Choir at Westminster Choir College, she performed with New York Philharmonic, Berlin Philharmonic etc at major concert venues such as Carnegie Hall, Kimmel Center. At Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins University, she earned the Graduate Performance Degree as she also studied composition with Judah Adashi and piano with Marian Hahn. Most recently, she completed Konzertexamen at Robert Schumann Hochschule Düsseldorf, Germany where she unanimously graduated with two highest Distinctions which was the best result possible.
In addition to winning the first prize in National Organ Competition in Korea, Bach Inaugural Organ Competition in USA, Joseph Gabler International Organ Competition in Germany, and L. Folcioni International Organ Competition in Italy, she was also awarded 2nd Place and Special Prize in the International Baroque Competition in München, Germany.
She studied with Chun-Hae Kim, Stefen Engels, Ken Cowan, Donald Sutherland, Jeremy Filsell, Rie Hiroe and Jürgen Kursawa.
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