Nassau Lower Voices | Pianist
Pianist Sarang Kim performs as a soloist, chamber musician, and collaborative artist. She grew up in Daegu, South Korea and began to play the piano at the age of five. She attended Manhattan School of Music for pre-college courses while studying at Francis Lewis High School. She participated in many competitions and received numerous awards in South Korea and the United States. Some of the awards include receiving 1st place in the Seoul Music News Concours, 1st place in the JoongAng Music News Concours, and the Honorable Mention Recipient award in the Rondo FORMA Competition. She also performed in various recitals, solo recitals, and chamber music concerts in different concert halls including Carnegie Hall, Bruno Walter Auditorium at Lincoln Center, LeFrak Concert Hall, and Colden Auditorium at Queens College. As a collaborative artist, Sarang has been a part of many competitions, recitals, and auditions. She worked as the collaborative pianist with the Treble Choir and the Queens College Choral Society (QCCS) at Queens College. Mrs. Kim performed Carmina Burana as Secondo Piano with QCCS. Mrs. Kim graduated with Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance in Aaron Copland School of Music at Queens College. She now accompanies at Center Street Elementary School and Herricks Middle School with various grades in different Choruses. She’s currently playing with MYO’s Nassau Lower Voices.