Music is a language, but it is not a universal language. The vernacular of Western European classical music is one that I inhabit, but it is not the only that exists. Influences from my Korean heritage, American upbringing, and time spent in Japan combine to form a unique musical style that I use to speak.

My body of work includes small chamber works, pieces for mass choir, electronic and fixed media pieces, and everything in between. Find below the pieces I’d consider representative of my artistic journey thus far.

For a more complete archive of my creative works, check out my SoundCloud.

Selected Works:

sept 2021 – resolves to… for clarinet trio

july 2021 – Whisper — Breeze for bass quintet (premiered at the Heifetz Hootenanny July 31, 2021)

may 2021 – elegy, for cello and piano / audio

apr 2021 – simplexity (for TEDxEmory) / video

dec 2020 – tokyo study in minimalism / audio

apr 2019 – two worlds (premiered by the American School in Japan Vocal Jazz Ensemble) / audio

may 2018 – stars (premiered by the American School in Japan Combined Choirs) / audio