Ye In Do
Originally from South Korea, Ye In Do began her musical studies at an early age. After graduating from Yewon Arts School and Seoul Arts High School in South Korea, Do received her Bachelor’s degree from Seoul National University. She came to the U.S. to continue her studies at Carnegie Mellon University, and later obtained her Master’s degree at the New England Conservatory of Music.
Do has given solo performances in various cities, including Pietra Ligure(Italy), Milan (Italy), Seoul (South Korea), Pittsburgh(PA), and throughout the Boston(MA) area. An advocate of new music, she has performed both solo and collaborative contemporary works in Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum’s Calderwood Hall and the New England Conservatory’s Jordan Hall. Some of her performances included premiere of the new works by young composers, with members of the Callithumpian Consort. She has also collaborated with [nec]shivaree ㅡ the avant-garde ensemble of NEC in their newly formed series. Do has actively participated in a number of festivals, including the International Keyboard Festival and Institute(IKIF), Seoul National University International Piano Academy, Summer Institute for Contemporary Performance Practice(SICPP).
Her principal teachers include Awadagin Pratt, Alexander Korsantia, Sergey Schepkin, and Hyeong-Bae Kim. She also had coachings with Stephen Drury, Max Levinson, and participated in masterclasses with Vinko Globokar, Ian Hobson, Julian Martin, Jerome Rose, Haesun Paik, Akiko Ebi, Boris Berman.
Aside from her performance activity, she was selected to be an intern ballet accompanist at Boston Ballet School. She was also a teaching assistant at the New England Conservatory of Music and a collaborative pianist at New England Conservatory Preparatory School.
Currently, Ye In Do is pursuing a Doctor of Musical Arts degree at Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music(CCM) as a student of Awadagin Pratt. She is also working as a graduate assistant in piano accompanying at CCM.