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CAMP Co-Founder and President
Hailed as “exceedingly interesting” by the New York Concert Review and “kaleidoscopic” by the San Francisco Classical Voice, pianist Eunmi Ko concertizes as a recitalist and chamber musician throughout Asia, Europe, and the Americas. As a sought-after collaborator and champion of new music, she works with contemporary composers, ensembles, and performers from around the world.
Ko teaches at the University of South Florida as Associate Professor of Piano. Her past positions include co-advisor of USF New Music Consortium (2016-2021), artist-faculty on the Rebecca Penneys Piano Festival (2013-2018), and the assistant director of Women in Music Festival at Eastman (2011). Ko is the artistic director of the international new music festival Dot The Line (Korea). She is the co-founder and pianist of Indictus Project and new music ensemble Strings & Hammers.
Ko holds a BM degree from Seoul National University and graduate degrees (MM and DMA) from the Eastman School of Music.