Solomon Young-Joon Kim is a composer, cellist, and conductor, studying Music Composition and Economics at Emory University as a third-year Robert W. Woodruff Dean’s Achievement Scholar and John H. Gordon Stipe Scholar. His music explores the fragmentation of truth, musical community, and electronic-acoustic intersections. As an arts leader, Solomon works to bring new music to life and create inclusive musical spaces. Solomon’s work has been showcased at Underground Atlanta and the College Music Society’s Southern Chapter Conference, by groups such as Hypercube and the Emory Wind Ensemble.

Recent Projects


  • Dennis Kam Award

    Happy to share I have been awarded the Dennis Kam Student Composition Award by the College Music Society’s Southern Chapter, for my piece Let’s Go Back (to How Things Were Before)!

  • Hypercube

    I’ll be participating in this fall’s CubeLab4 with the folks at Hypercube! Premiere coming soon.

  • Stipe Society Appointment

    Happy to announce I have been appointed to Emory University’s Stipe Society of Creative Scholars for the 2022-2023 academic year!

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