About Sung Hoon Mo
Pianist Sung Hoon Mo has concertized extensively as a soloist and chamber musician. He studied at the Peabody Conservatory, the Jacob School of Music at Indiana University, and the Eastman School of Music. His teachers and coaches include James Tocco, Leon Fleisher, and Emanuel Ax. He has performed for the American Embassy in Guatemala and has toured throughout Puerto Rico, giving concerts at San Juan Conservatory and the Ponce Museum. He was featured on PBS and has been heard on many radio broadcasts, including WQXR in New York City as a winner of Bergen Philharmonic Concerto Competition. He has given master classes and lectures in Sewanee Summer Music Festival in Tennessee and the National Conservatory of Music at Guatamala City. In Germany, he has toured with violinist Victor Tretjakov and violist Yuri Bashmet in an ensemble Villa Musica. Other Collaborative artists include violinist Charles Castleman, and cellists Pieter Wispelwey and Emilio Colon, with whom he has recorded on the Klavier and the Enharmonic labels. Since moving to Chicago, he has been an active chamber musician and a guest solo recitalist performing at such venues as the Chicago Symphony Orchestra chamber music series, De Paul University, and the Ravinia Festival. He is currently on the faculty at the Music Institute of Chicago and the Wheaton College Conservatory.