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Kyle Yeung


Kyle Yeung began his music study at age 4. Since the age of 5, Kyle has won numerous piano competitions. At age 7, he won first place at the US CAPMT Young Musicians Concerto Competition. In the same year, he won first prize at the Stravinsky Awards Bach International Piano Competition and received a silver medal at the Southern California Junior Bach Festival. In December 2017, he performed in Rome, Italy, as the first prize winner of the Grand Prize Virtuoso International Music Competition. He also won first prize at the Golden Classical Music Awards International Competition and received gold medals in both solo and chamber music categories at the AADGT International Young Gifted Musicians Festival and performed his winning pieces at the Carnegie Hall. In 2018, Kyle won first prize at the Glendale Piano Competition, ENKOR International Music Competition and the Great Composers Competition for the Best Mozart Performance series. He was awarded Artist of the Year 2018 by the Great Composers Competition Series. He is currently the youngest member of the 2018-19 Young Artist Program at the Chamber Music OC. Kyle also plays the violin and served as the Concertmaster of the 2019 All-Southern California Elementary Honor Orchestra and IUSD Elementary Honor Chamber Strings. He is currently studying piano with Dr. Kevin Kwan Loucks and violin with Dr. Iryna Krechkovsky.

Besides playing piano and violin, Kyle is also a composer. He has composed two award winning pieces, Toymaker and The Matador. Toymaker was composed when he was six and won first prize at the 2014 Music Teacher Association of California Composers Today Competition. His second composition, The Matador, won first prize at the Golden Key International Music Festival and was named national winner at the US Music Teachers National Association Composition Competition in 2019. Kyle is invited to perform his winning composition, The Matador, at the World Composers Recital in Vienna, Austria, in the summer of 2019. He is also invited to perform the same piece at the National MTNA Conference in Spokane, WA, in March 2019."


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