Empowering Students Through the Joy of Music and the Arts



Alice Hyoung is a 28-year-old Korean-American classical pianist from Los Angeles with a passion for connection. Through unwavering discipline, Alice has made appearances in both performance and competition since the age of 13, making her debut with the Doctor’s Symphony Orchestra at the age of 16. In 2012, Alice placed as winner of the Los Angeles Philharmonic Young Artists Competition, performing Saint Saens’ Concerto. Alice has consistently been chosen to receive scholarships and top awards (International Liszt Competition 2016, Southwestern Youth Music Festival, Gail Newby Concerto Competition, etc). Some of her unique performance opportunities include performances in Beijing and master class participation with some of the most respected pianists of our time (Oxana Yablonskaya, Frederic Chiu, John Perry, and Logan Skelton). Alice especially loves to perform concertos and has thorough experience in collaboration with various instrumentalists. After receiving her B.M. from Brigham Young University and M.M. from Manhattan School of Music, Alice currently resides in New York City with her bird Ferris, teaching lessons online and in person. Alice works to be a voice of activism, speaking truth, compassion, sensitivity, and boldness through music. As a strong mental health advocate, especially for those who suffer from BPD (borderline personality disorder), Alice seeks to be trauma-informed in her work and personal interactions. Some of her other interests include reading, connecting with nature, people-watching, and traveling.