E-Na Song, native of South Korea, earned her Doctor of Musical Arts in Piano Performance and Literature degree from Eastman School of Music, under the direction of Rebecca Penneys, where she also earned her Master’s. Prior to attending Eastman she graduated from Seoul National University, where she earned her Bachelor’s degree in Piano, studying with Hyung Bae Kim.
She is the winner of American Protégé International Piano Competition and won the second prize in the International Keyboard Odyssiad Competition in Colorado. She made her New York debut in Weill Hall at Carnegie Hall, as the winner of the American Protégé competition. She also appeared as soloist performing with “Torun Symphony Orchestra” in Poland, and “Mostly Philharmonic Orchestra” in South Korea. In Rochester, NY, she regularly appears on community performances, including the Eastman School of Music Piano Series at the Summit Community and the George Eastman House as a part of their annual concert series. She has taught a wide range of students as a teaching assistant for the studio of Rebecca Penneys at Eastman (2015-2017), a piano instructor at American Music Centre Performing Arts School of Music (2017-2019), and a private teacher (since 2008). E-Na joined the staff of Rebecca Penneys Piano Festival in Florida as an Intern in 2017. Currently, she serves as the Coordinator of Student Services at the festival.