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Korean-born American pianist Min Kwon excels in a versatile career that encompasses concerti, solo recitals, and chamber music appearances, while in high demand around the world as a pedagogue, arts advocate, and administrator. She has held professional engagements in over 60 countries on seven continents and all 50 U.S. states, and currently is the Professor of Piano at Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University since 2002. Dr. Kwon is also the founder and director of the Center for Musical Excellence (CME), a nonprofit dedicated to mentoring and supporting gifted young musicians.  She served as Co‐Director of Vienna ConcertoFest in Austria and is the first music alumna to have been invited to serve on the Juilliard School Council in New York. Her latest project, America/Beautiful, is a modern-day Diabelli Variations with contributions from over 70 contemporary composers.  Min Kwon is a Steinway Artist.