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"My favourites are Hersch's Little Midnight Nocturne, a meltingly beautiful response to Thelonious Monk’s Round Midnight, and a brief Satiesque prelude which gets better with each rehearing. Kim recorded these pieces under Hersch's supervision and it shows: her playing oozes warmth and affection, her rubato just subtle enough to hint at his jazz roots. A low-key treat; my only gripe being that it’s too short at just over 44 minutes."

The Arts Desk

Album Review for A House of Many Rooms

"...beautifully performed with liquid elegance."

Classical Notes, Times Union

Album Review for A House of Many Rooms


'Anxiety nearly destroyed my love of music'

Interview with BBC

"The World Reads Murakami"Murakami Music featured on NHK, Japan's national public broadcasting

"Performing art: 'Murakami Music' Pianist combines excerpts of work by acclaimed novelist" Murakami Music featured in Houston Chronicle 


5 Questions to Eunbi Kim 

Interview for I CARE IF YOU LISTEN

"Eunbi Kim on the Vulnerability of Performance"
"re: last night" featured on Soundfly

Interview with New York Foundation for the Arts 


"In this age of pop supremacy,

Eunbi’s approach to music is distinct for the way it bucks the trends—

making classical piano relevant through unique collaborations and interesting subject matter." -Soundfly

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