B i o g r a p h y
Flutist Eun Hae Oh
A native of South Korea, currently based in New York.
Dr. Oh won top prize from HKIFA International Flute Competition as well as “Stile Italiano '' prize for best performance for the Italian repertoire from this competition. She has won prizes from Central Ohio Flute Association Competition and San Diego Flute Guild Flute Competition.
An avid chamber musician, Dr. Oh was a member of KOCHAM trio consisting of flute, violin, and viola. Trio commissioned a piece to Iranian composer Niloufar Nourbakhsh. “White Helmets: as white as death” for flute, violin and viola was premiered at Stony Brook University and the group was invited to perform at Women Composers Festival of Hartford, University of Tennessee Contemporary Music Festival, and New Music for strings Festival. Also an active orchestral musician., she is currently a principal of Brooklyn Chamber Orchestra. She has been a member of the Johnson City Symphony Orchestra and worked with the Chamber Orchestra of New York.
Dr. Oh was featured in the Balco Cyber Production in Which she performed with EEG biosensor showcasing musician’s various brainwaves. A passionate advocate of contemporary music, November 2018 her proposal to research the popularity of contemporary classical music and giving contemporary flute solo recitals got accepted and presented through Seoul Foundation for Arts and Culture. She also worked with composer Sungji Hong and gave a lecture-recital on her piece for flute and electronics “Shine” in April 2017. Ms. Oh has premiered composer Sungji Hong’s flute and piccolo pieces (Fruscio and Amabile Saki).
Dr. Oh received a Doctorate degree from Stony Brook University under Carol Wincenc. Artist Certificate from Bowling Green State University under Dr. Conor Nelson and the University of North Texas under Terry Sundberg. Master’s degree at Texas Tech University under Dr. Lisa Garner Santa and Undergraduate degree with Suzuki Pedagogy certificate at East Tennessee State University under Rebecca Paluzzi.