Yejin Noh was born in Seoul, South Korea in 1986 and began her piano study at the age of four. She received her Bachelor’s degree in 2009 at Seoul National University with Hee-Sung Joo. Yejin continued her studies at the Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University in USA, where she obtained Master’s Degree (2012) and Artist’s Diploma (2013) with Arnaldo Cohen and Menahem Pressler.

She has won a number of international prizes, including the Second Prize at the Washington International Piano Competition in 2011, Third prize at the San Antonio International Piano Competition and the Wideman International Piano Competition in USA in 2012. At the same year, she was the winner of Indiana University Concerto Competition. In 2013, she won the Fourth Prize at the Southern Highlands International Piano Competition in Australia and was Semifinalist of the Queen Elisabeth International Piano Competition in Belgium. Most recently, Noh won the third Prize at the Takamatsu International Piano Competition in Japan in 2014. 

Yejin has appeared in recitals and as soloist throughout Korea, Europe, and the United States, including appearances with Seto Philharmonic Orchestra, Royal Chamber Orchestra of Wallonia in Belgium which was broadcast on Belgacom television and RTBF radio, Savannah Philharmonic Orchestra, Shreveport Symphony Orchestra, Indiana University Symphony Orchestra in USA, the Prime Philharmonic Orchestra, Seoul National University Orchestra, and KBS Philharmonic Orchestra in Korea which was broadcast on television. She had solo recitals in San Antonio last February, 2015.

Yejin is currently studying with Hee-Sung Joo, and pursuing her doctoral degree at Seoul National University.





Isolde’s Liebestod from Wagner’s Tristan und Isolde, S.447 


Scarbo (from Gaspard de la nuit)


Transcendante, Op.11, No. 10, Lezghinka 




Quejas, ó la maja y el ruiseñor (The Maiden and the Nightingale)


Three movements from Petrushka