Keyboard Collaborative Arts student HyeJung Shin performs in Austria and Japan

HyeJung Shin, currently a doctoral candidate in the USC Thornton Keyboard Collaborative Arts program under Alan Smith, attended the American Institute of Musical Studies (AIMS) in Graz, Austria this past summer. The annual program is a highly competitive training ground for musicians, with performances, masterclasses, and intensive study.

Shin also performed at the International Double Reed Society conference in Tokyo, Japan, in August, accompanying Thornton alumni Mirae Sohn (DMA ’15, oboe), Yoon-Hee Jung (DMA ’15, Flute), Yuli Kwon (MM ’13, oboe) and Sunyoung Moc (MM ’13, oboe).

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