Our Accompanist

As an active performer, church organist, and experienced pianist, Kyongmin Kim is currently working with Masterworks Chorale of Carroll County as their pianist and organist. She serves as both the principal organist at Mt. Zion United Methodist Church, and at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Columbia 1st Ward in Maryland. She is also a Guest Organist at the Tabernacle in Temple Square, located in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Kyongmin maintains an active performance schedule both as a solo organist, as well as being a collaborative artist. As a soloist, she performed at Hoam Art Hall located in South Korea and at DeAnza Community College in California, at Presbyterian Church of Los Gatos in California, at the Zion Church in Baltimore, and the Concordia Evangelical Lutheran Church in Delaware. Annually, she is scheduled to perform recitals at the Tabernacle in Temple Square, located in Salt Lake City, Utah as a Tabernacle Guest Organist.

Kyongmin worked with several choirs as an accompanist. Such choirs were the YMCA Women’s Choir, Onnuri Choir in South Korea, DeAnza community college choir in California, and the Washington D.C. Temple choir. She has accompanied opera singers, instrumental soloists for auditions, and solo recitals. She has also participated in annual Messiah performances with orchestras and soloists in Maryland.

Kyongmin Kim earned her Bachelor’s degree for piano performance from University of Suwon with a Salutatorian Scholarship, and her Master’s degree for Organ Performance at Peabody Conservatory of Johns Hopkins University where she was awarded the Master’s Degree Scholarship in Organ and the James Winship Lewis Memorial Prize. She is the proud student of Donald Sutherland, John Walker and Jeremy Filsell.