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Biography
Song Hun Nam is an inspiring pianist, teacher and conductor. A native of South Korea, he received a Bachelor and Master of Music degree in piano performance from the University of Cincinnati, College-Conservatory of Music (CCM), where he studied with William Black. During his college years, Song was an undergraduate and graduate scholarship recipient and won prizes from several competitions including the McEloy Piano Competition. He has also studied with prestigious faculty and performers such as: Richard Fields, Frank Weinstock, Richard Morris, chamber music with James Tocco, Peter Oundjian (Tokyo String Quartet), Henry Myer (LaSalle Quartet), Erez Ofer, Sandra Rivers, and conducting with Dr. Elmer Thomas.

Song has been teaching at Northern Kentucky University (NKU) since 2001. His students have won numerous prizes and scholarships, most recently CCM concerto competitions and National Merit Scholarship. As a conductor and organist, he holds a position as Music director at St. Thomas Church in Ft. Thomas, Kentucky where he directs the St. Thomas Choir and Contemporary Liturgical Ensemble. He is a Founding Teacher of the National Music Certificate Program, formerly known as Royal Conservatory of Music RACE program. He is also an active member of National Association of Pastoral Musicians, Ohio Music Teachers Association, Music Teachers National Association, and American Choral Directors Association.
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