Pianist Hyeyoung Song is an accomplished pianist who has appeared throughout the United States and Korea. After she got her Bachelor's and Master's degrees from Ewha Woman’s University with highest honors in performance, Ms. Song moved to the United States to further her piano studies. She received an Artist Diploma in Piano Performance from Texas Christian University, and a Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the University of Texas at Austin where she served as a Teaching Assistant.
Dr. Song received the top prizes in competitions including the Janice K. Hodges Contemporary Piano Competition, the Sydney Wright Accompanying Competition, International Chopin Piano Competition in Corpus Christi and Ewha University Concerto Competition. As a soloist and chamber musician, she has studied or been coached with renowned artists and pedagogues, including Gregory Allen, Elliot Antokoletz, Jose Mendez, Sophia Gilmson, Harold Martina, Tamas Ungar, Mijae Youn, Anne Schein, Aldo Parisot, Miyoko Lotto, Philippe Bianconi, Benedetto Lupo, Krassimira Jordan, Jose Fegahli, Robert Blocker and Richard Cass.
Dr. Song is also a deeply dedicated teacher. She previously served as a Teaching Assistant at the University of Texas at Austin as well as piano faculty at the Central Texas College, University of Texas Piano Project, and the Orpheus Academy of Music. In 2005, Ms. Song received the Best Teaching Assistant Award at University of Texas for superior teaching as recognized by both students and professors. Her various musical interests include conducting, church music, ballet music, twentieth century music, women composers in music as well as solo and chamber music. She is an active member of Music Teachers National Association, Texas Music Teachers Association and Dallas Music Teachers Association.
Dr. Song resides in Frisco Texas, with her husband. Currently, she is on faculty at North Central Texas College and Weatherford College.