Solomon Kim is a Korean-American composer, cellist, and arts leader working across chamber, choral, and large ensembles. His work has been performed at the Heifetz International Music Institute, Emory University, and the American School in Japan. Solomon’s work explores interdisciplinarity, acoustic-electronic relationships, and composer-performer-audience interactions/intersections. Solomon is the founder of the Emory Composers’ Society, a new music organization at Emory University.
OCTET, for winds and brass | Premiered by the Emory Wind Ensemble, April 2022.
THE MEETING, improvisation for people and electronics | Workshopped with What the Folk?! Devising Workshop.
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!