College teaching

Dr. Young Kim is Professor of Piano at the College of Saint Rose in Albany, NY.

Dr. Kim’s main area of teaching is Applied Piano Lessons (MUS 393) for piano major students. She prepares students to perform for their Senior Recital (MUS 450) and Capstone Project (MUS 490). She has been teaching the following courses since 2002:


· MUS 393, 394 Applied Piano for Undergraduate

· MUS 593, 594 Applied Piano for Graduate

· MUS 100-03 Piano Repertoire Class

· MUS 322 Piano Pedagogy

· MUS 323 Piano Literature

· MUS 181,182 Advanced Keyboard Harmony I & II

· MUS 281, 282 Advanced Keyboard Harmony III & IV

· MUS 101, 102 Music Theory I, II

· MUS 103, 104 Ear Training/Solfege I, II

· MUS 255, 256 Survey of Music History

· MUS 484 Piano Proficiency

· MUS 450 Senior Performance

· MUS 490 Capstone Project

In 2009, Dr. Kim founded a concert series, "Young Kim and Saint Rose Pianists." This faculty-student collaborative annual recital has been well-established in the Capital Region. The main venue is the Picotte Recital Hall at The Massry Center for the Arts and additional performances are often presented at secondary schools, colleges, and senior living communities as well as other concert venues off campus. Each season features a different theme with performances and an introductory talks about the featured composer's life and music.


Here are some of previous performances: