Solomon Young-Joon Kim (b. 2001) is an Atlanta-based composer and student at Emory University. His arts leadership work focuses on community-building and the creation of new, inclusive musical spaces. His collaborators include ensembles such as Hypercube, Transient Canvas, the Atlantic Music Festival Contemporary Ensemble and Festival Orchestra, Emory Wind Ensemble, Emory University Symphony Orchestra, and the American School in Japan Choirs. Solomon is the founder of the Emory Composers’ Society and a cellist in the Emory University Symphony Orchestra. As a 2022-2023 Fellow in the Stipe Society of Creative Scholars, Solomon serves as a passionate advocate for new music in Atlanta. He is the founder of the Emory Composers’ Society and a cellist in the Emory University Symphony Orchestra.

Recent Projects

News

  • 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!