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Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, and BIBLE


There will be a cello and piano concert at Columbia Theological Seminary this fall presenting: Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, and BIBLE. The concert will be held on Sunday, September 8 at 7pm in the Harrington Center Chapel.

Emily Choi, (Piano) is a new student at Columbia Seminary in the dual degree MDiv/MAPT program, scheduled to graduate in 2017. She is a soloist, collaborative pianist, and a composer/arranger, actively performing in U.S. and Asia. She earned her Doctoral degree in Piano Performance with full scholarship from the University of Miami, where she also earned her Master’s degree in Media Writing and Production. She was a faculty member at SookMyung Women’s University, BakSuk University and several other universities in Seoul, Korea. She also is a lecturer and a member of a board of directors at the Korean Institute of Piano Pedagogy(KIPP), which is the most prestigious pedagogical institution in South Korea. Emily received her Bachelor’s Degree from Berklee College of Music in Contemporary Writing.  As a composer and arranger, she composes and arranges contemporary music, including making solo arrangements for classical pianists. 

Paul Junggap Huh, (Cello) is assistant professor of worship and director of Korean-American Ministries at Columbia Theological Seminary, Decatur, GA. He earned master’s degree in cello performance from Brooklyn Conservatory, C.U.N.Y. and performed in churches and schools as extension of teaching worship and music, and theology. He is in great demand in this country and internationally as a keynote speaker, preacher, and conference leader.

Paul Junggap Huh
Assistant Professor of Worship and Director of Korean American Ministries
phone: 404-687-4538

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