Sophie Min

17 Shows

Upcoming Shows (1)

26/03/2019

Sophie Min

Past Shows (16)

27/05/2018

Sophie Min Trio

10/06/2018

Sophie Min Trio

24/06/2018

Sophie Min Trio

Sophie Min​(born in Seoul, Korea) is a jazz pianist, keyboardist, composer and educator, performing and teaching in the Brisbane area and beyond. After her family had only recently migrated to Australia to complete her studies from the Seoul Institute of the Arts in Korea, she finished her Bmus at the Queensland Conservatorium. Sophie is currently in her masters degree, studying under Steve Newcomb, John Hoffman, Yitzhak Yedid, Zac Hurren and Ken Stubbs. Despite she received the Anthony and Sharon Lee Jazz Scholarship from the Sydney University of Music, has been decided to continue her musical career in Brisbane. She recently has been selected by JM Jazz World Orchestra as a pianist, and so excited to tour Europe including Belgium, Germany, Netherlands, Croatia and Slovenia.

As a leader and performer, she collaborated with many musicians and ensembles in the field of contemporary and improvised music, like John Hoffman, Elly Hoyt, Sharny Russell, SCAT, Joseph O’Conner, Ingrid James, Dave Spicer and so on. Enjoying a wide

variety of musical styles, she is also involved in the Con Artists, the Queensland Jazz Big Band, Queensland Youth Symphony Orchestra, Queensland Korean Orchestra, Brisbane Men’s Choir and having performed in several shows as her own trio or quartet formats at the Brisbane Jazz Club, QPAC concerts, City Council projects and so on.

Sophie Min​(born in Seoul, Korea) is a jazz pianist, keyboardist, composer and educator, performing and teaching in the Brisbane area and beyond. After her family had only recently migrated to Australia to complete her studies from the Seoul Institute of the Arts in Korea, she finished her Bmus at the Queensland Conservatorium. Sophie is currently in her masters degree, studying under Steve Newcomb, John Hoffman, Yitzhak Yedid, Zac Hurren and Ken Stubbs. Despite she received the Anthony and Sharon Lee Jazz Scholarship from the Sydney University of Music, has been decided to continue her musical career in Brisbane. She recently has been selected by JM Jazz World Orchestra as a pianist, and so excited to tour Europe including Belgium, Germany, Netherlands, Croatia and Slovenia.

As a leader and performer, she collaborated with many musicians and ensembles in the field of contemporary and improvised music, like John Hoffman, Elly Hoyt, Sharny Russell, SCAT, Joseph O’Conner, Ingrid James, Dave Spicer and so on. Enjoying a wide

variety of musical styles, she is also involved in the Con Artists, the Queensland Jazz Big Band, Queensland Youth Symphony Orchestra, Queensland Korean Orchestra, Brisbane Men’s Choir and having performed in several shows as her own trio or quartet formats at the Brisbane Jazz Club, QPAC concerts, City Council projects and so on.

Sophie Min​(born in Seoul, Korea) is a jazz pianist, keyboardist, composer and educator, performing and teaching in the Brisbane area and beyond. After her family had only recently migrated to Australia to complete her studies from the Seoul Institute of the Arts in Korea, she finished her Bmus at the Queensland Conservatorium. Sophie is currently in her masters degree, studying under Steve Newcomb, John Hoffman, Yitzhak Yedid, Zac Hurren and Ken Stubbs. Despite she received the Anthony and Sharon Lee Jazz Scholarship from the Sydney University of Music, has been decided to continue her musical career in Brisbane. She recently has been selected by JM Jazz World Orchestra as a pianist, and so excited to tour Europe including Belgium, Germany, Netherlands, Croatia and Slovenia.

As a leader and performer, she collaborated with many musicians and ensembles in the field of contemporary and improvised music, like John Hoffman, Elly Hoyt, Sharny Russell, SCAT, Joseph O’Conner, Ingrid James, Dave Spicer and so on. Enjoying a wide

variety of musical styles, she is also involved in the Con Artists, the Queensland Jazz Big Band, Queensland Youth Symphony Orchestra, Queensland Korean Orchestra, Brisbane Men’s Choir and having performed in several shows as her own trio or quartet formats at the Brisbane Jazz Club, QPAC concerts, City Council projects and so on.

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