Meet Our Faculty

Sanghee Kim


Teaching Philosophy

I believe in the unique potential of each one of my students. Regardless of natural talent or ability, I will do my best to nurture and usher my students into realizing their full capabilities. Music is important to the world – it serves as a form of self-expression and a unifying art. We owe it to those who pursue music to allow them to grow and evolve at their own pace. I try to be a helpful guide for those who want to develop their relationships with music however they see fit.


M.M. in Piano Performance, Boston Conservatory. B.M in Piano Performance and Music Education, Pusan National University. Performance Diploma in Piano and Collaborative Piano, Longy School of Music, studying under David Deveau. Other teachers: Sally Pinkas and Brian Moll


Sanghee Kim, a highly decorated pianist and collaborator, has solidified her exceptional talent through numerous accolades and competition victories. A native of Korea, Sanghee enriched the musical scene with solo and chamber music recitals, contributed to an opera company, and served as a distinguished pianist at Busan Catholic University. Her diverse contributions showcased both technical mastery and a profound understanding of musical expression. Transitioning into a dedicated piano instructor, Sanghee imparts her expertise and passion to aspiring musicians while remaining active in chamber music performances. Her notable contributions to church music showcase the breadth of her musical engagement. Undaunted by challenges, Sanghee’s journey epitomizes artistic achievement, crossing continents to cultivate her love for piano performance and music education — a testament to the enduring power of music.