Dr. Beverly Min
- Oliphant Hall B02 / Bertea Hall 126
- (714) 744-2113 / (714) 744-2138
- University of Southern California, Doctor of Music in Performance
- Native of Boston, Massachusetts, pianist Beverly Min enjoys a versatile career in music as a soloist, collaborative pianist, opera coach, and teacher. She received her D.M.A. in Keyboard Collaborative Arts from the University of Southern California after receiving a M.M. in Chamber music and Accompanying from the Shepherd School of Music of Rice University, and B.M. and M.M. in Piano performance and Literature from the Eastman School of Music.
She has participated in the Sarasota Music Festival, Banff Chamber Music Festival, Cours International de musique in Morges, Switzerland, and Aspen Opera Theatre Center as a fellowship pianist and coach. She has been a member of the Eastman Contemporary Music Ensemble, Shepherd School Contemporary Music Ensemble, and the USC Thornton School Contemporary Music Ensemble, performing on the Los Angeles Philharmonic Green Umbrella Series at Zipper Hall. As an accomplished solo pianist and chamber musician, she has performed in numerous venues across USA, Germany, Korea, Netherlands, and Switzerland. Her teachers include Natalya Antonova, Bernadene Blaha, Brian Connelly, Kevin Fitz-Gerald, and Alan Smith.
Dr. Min has taught at Pepperdine University in Malibu, California and is currently on the faculty at Chapman University in Orange, California, where she teaches piano, vocal coaching, and instrumental coaching.