Yechan (Enoch) Lim, a native of South Korea, started playing piano at age five and moved to the United States in 2010. He is an active church musician and accompanist. He has performed at the John F. Kennedy Center of Performing Arts and has won several prizes and awards, including the Second Korea Times Music Competition, the INPASS Music Competition, and the Lions of Virginia Bland Music Competition. He also won the 2018 Mason Symphony Concerto Competition and performed the final movement of Tchaikovsky ‘s Piano Concerto No. 1 with the Mason Symphony Orchestra.
Mr. Lim has been selected to perform at numerous Honors Recitals (GMU) and has enjoyed performing for Arts by George! from 2017 to 2019. He was also privileged to support the Defense, Diplomacy, and Development Bush-Cheney Alumni Reunion with music at the Capitol Hill Club in Washington, D.C. He was featured to play a full solo concert at the Music with the Angels Concert in Washington D.C.
Since 2017, he has been an integral part of Mason Community Arts Academy by assisting the Summer Piano Academy Program, the Vocal Theatre Bootcamp, and accompanying various voice studios. And in Spring 2020, Yechan completed research on teaching beginner’s piano to elementary-aged students who are on the dyslexia spectrum.
Mr. Lim has earned his Bachelor of Music Degree in Piano Performance at George Mason University as a grateful recipient of multiple music scholarship awards. Recognized for his collaborative piano skills, Yechan has received a Choral Accompanist Award from Nancy Hayes and has earned an Outstanding Achievement in Music Certificate. He is a student of Dr. Anna Balakerskaia.