Haeyun Kim is a versatile composer and collaborator who specializes in music for film, dance, and theatre in addition to the concert hall.
As a music educator and director, she founded ‘coMUSICation’ with sponsorship from the Alsop Family Foundation. The program creates a platform on which composers and children further their musical journey together through teaching collaborations and events.
A native of South Korea, Haeyun earned her Bachelor’s degree from Seoul National University and Master’s in Music and film scoring at New York University, where she studied with Michael Patterson and Justin Dello Joio., She studied with Robert Cuckson at the Mannes School of Music where she was named winner of 2019’s Martinu Prize, which comes with a premiere by the Mannes Orchestra. From September 2020, she has studied with Michael Gandolfi at New England Conservatory, pursing her DMA degree. Beyond her studies and work with coMUSICation, Haeyun Kim has also worked as an orchestrator and arranger in many projects and enjoys being equally comfortable in the film and concert music worlds.
Sound of Summer Gone (2022) - Short Film, directed by Young Kwang Park (KAFA)
Please Hold(2020) - Short Film, directed by Pauls Macs
Nine Monks (2020) - Documentary Feature, directed by Sungjun Youn
Dope Sick (2019) - Short Film , directed by Enzo Flores
Woman of Life (2019) - Short Film, directed by Alif Sankey
Hearratives Stories and Sounds (2023) - Music for fiction and essay, Goethe Institut Korea
WanYun (완연) (2021- Present) - Project group for Jeong-ga and Electronic Music
In your Eyes(2020) - Music Theatre, premiered in Anyang, Korea
MUSIC AT THE CLOSE: A Collaborative Exploraton of Shakespeare's Richard II (2019)
- premiered at Carnegie Hall, New York
coMUSICation (2019) - Music Educational Project, premiered in New York
Princess BARI (2016, 2017) -Dance theatre, premiered in New York