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Kieun An

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Biography

South Korean pianist, Kieun An, who made her successful debut at Gewandhaus in Leipzig in 2016, studied at Sunhwa Art School, Yonsei University and the University of Music and Theatre »Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy« Leipzig. Since 2019, she has been studying with Prof. Birgitta Wollenweber at the University of Music »Hanns Eisler« Berlin.

Kieun won the 1st prize at the 27th International Piano Competition Città di Barletta in Bergamo, Italy and the 4th Tadini International Piano Music Competition in Puglia, Italy and the 3rd Danubia International Music Competition in Budapest, Hungary and was invited for recitals in various cities in Germany.

Starting with a solo recital in Plauen, she continued her career as a soloist, performing at Schumann-House Zwickau, Neuberin-Museum Reichenbach, Gala Concert “Zeitreise” for the 175th Anniversary in the main hall of HMT Leipzig.

Kieun has unceasingly searched for new experience and learning, attending numerous master classes of renowned musicians such as Géry Moutier, Arnulf von Arnim, Robert Levin, Sontraud Speidel, and Claudio Martinez-Mehner.

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