Dr. Minji Noh is active as a soloist and a chamber musician, and praised as a “superb pianist” by the Boston Globe. She started her piano career at age nine as a soloist with the Baroque Symphony in South Korea and subsequently appeared with others like Young Musicians Foundation Debut Orchestra, State Academic Orchestra of Ukraine, Orange County Symphony, La Mirada Symphony, and Bellflower Symphony. Her playing has been broadcasted on South Korea’s KBS, Wellesley Public Television, Irvine Public Television and heard on radio stations such as KUSC FM 91.5 and GBC AM 1190 of Los Angeles. A strong believer of collaboration in music, she is a founding member of Trio Alectrona with colleagues from the Pacific Symphony. In summer, Dr. Noh serves on the faculty of Capistrano Chamber Music International Festival and Capo Strings Institute. She is passionate about teaching and also serves on the boards of non-profit organizations such as Music Teachers Association of California and California Association of Professional Music Teachers. She is currently the Director of Piano Academy at St. Margaret’s Episcopal School. Dr. Noh graduated from both the Oberlin Conservatory and the New England Conservatory as a scholarship student, and completed her doctoral degree in piano performance at University of Southern California with Norman Krieger. Her principal teachers include Antoinette Perry, Angela Cheng, Patricia Zander and Steve Drury. Dr. Noh resides in Orange where she manages a private studio and coaches for JCM (Junior Chamber Music).