Through his music composition and arts leadership, Solomon Young-Joon Kim (b. 2001) creates inclusive artistic communities and compelling musical experiences. His music has been performed in Japan and the United States, with premieres and performances at the Atlantic Music Festival, Heifetz International Music Institute, and Emory University Department of Music, among others. Recent and in-progress projects include a suite of interdisciplinary works engaging with artists from across the United States, a structured electroacoustic improvisation exploring groupthink and echo chambers, and student musician pay guidelines for Emory-based student organizations.

Recent Projects

Let’s Go Back (to How Things Were Before), for solo clarinet


  • 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!