Jiah Kyun, South Korean violinist, graduated with both a Master of Music of Performance and Performer Diploma at Southern Methodist University. Before coming to Dallas to study with renowned violinist and former concertmaster of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, Emanuel Borok, Jiah has lived and performed in many different parts of the world such as South America, Europe, U.S.A, Africa, and Asia. She received the Honor Student Award for her Undergraduate degree at the Moscow P.I.Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Russia. She was also featured on national television as a soloist, performing the Sibelius Concerto with the Uzbekistan National Symphony Orchestra for the commemoration 18th Anniversary of Independence Day of Republic of Uzbekistan and a Laureate of the “XXI Century Art” Competition in Ukraine.
Jiah is an active player as a chamber and orchestral musician. She performs different genres of music from all around the world.
She has performed for numerous projects and music festivals, including SYZYGY Meadows New Music Ensemble, Meadows World Ensemble, Texas Music Festival, A-kon Anime Festival, Courcheval Music Camp, Montecito Music Festival, Mike Block String Camp and with Open Classical.
Also an active orchestral player, she has been a member of the Meadows Symphony Orchestra, Plano Symphony Orchestra, Irving Symphony Orchestra, Las Colinas Symphony Orchestra, and Moscow Conservatory Symphony Orchestra.
She plays on a French violin, Paul Bailly, made in 1900.