Seung Min Oh
Seung Min Oh, native of South Korea, had her initial piano training at the age of four. She was a recipient of various piano competition prizes and honor awards during her high school years at Sunhwa Arts School in Seoul, Korea. She holds a Bachelor of Music and a Master of Music degree in organ at Yonsei University in Seoul where she studied with Dr. Tong-Soon Kwak. She was also multiple recipients of Yonsei University Honor Awards and academic merit-based scholarships. In 1997 she relocated to Cleveland to continue her organ study with Mr. Todd Wilson and harpsichord with Mrs. Janina Ceaser at Cleveland Institute of Music. In 1999 she received her second Master of Music degree in organ from Cleveland Institute of Music with the Henry Fusner Award. In 2003 she relocated to Bloomington, Indiana, for her doctoral study in organ with Dr. Christopher Young and received her doctorate in 2011. She served as associate instructor in the Piano Department at IU for two years.
Seung Min has actively performed as a soloist and a collaborative artist for many concerts in Korea and the U.S. She was also a featured artist in a variety of events including the 2012 National Reformation Worship Conference (PCA) held in Powder Springs, Georgia. Her church musicianship includes organist/music director positions at a variety of churches. In 2013 she was appointed and currently serves as organist at St. Mary’s Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, Portland, Oregon.