Pianist Klara Min has appeared in concert in North America, Europe and her native South Korea in major concert halls, including the Berlin Philharmonie Hall, Gasteig Hall in Munich, New York’s Carnegie Hall, and the Korean Broadcasting System (KBS) hall in Seoul. She made her Carnegie Weill Recital début in 2002 as a winner of the Artists International Competition in New York. She is a recipient of a Samsung scholarship. Her competition prizes have included the Grand Prize of the IBLA Grand Prize International Competition, the Best Performance of Mozart Prize at the Viotti-Valsesia International Piano Competition in Italy and a top prize at the World Piano Competition in Cincinnati. Born into a musical family in Seoul, Klara Min started her first piano lesson with her composer mother, going on to study at Yewon School and Seoul Arts High School, the Manhattan School of Music and the Lübeck Musikhochschule. She has been a member of the piano faculty at Wesleyan University in Connecticut and an assistant teacher at Cincinnati Conservatory of Music. She is a Yamaha Artist.