Prize-winning pianist Elaine Kwon made her orchestral debut with the Washington-Idaho Symphony at age 15 and has performed solo, concerto, and chamber music concerts throughout the US and internationally.
She received standing ovations at her sold-out, 2008 Carnegie Hall debut concert in Weill Recital Hall as well as in her 2010 solo concerto appearances. She was named one of Boston's "Most Alluring Women" by Boston Magazine, Chanel, and Filene's, and appeared as one of "Ten Toughest Bostonians" in the Improper Bostonian Magazine.
New York Moves Magazine honored her as a 2008 Power Woman: celebrating women of substance and influence. She has also been a featured guest on the Oprah Winfrey Show. Elaine is represented exclusively by Wilhelmina Models of New York.
Elaine Kwon is a five time US Taekwondo Forms Champion. She has a Doctorate of Musical Arts in Piano Performance, and is an Affiliated Artist in the Music Department at MIT where she teaches piano lab.
The talented Kwon, a professional in many fields believes that "age is only a number" and stays busy looking for new projects to take on.