HUNTINGTON, Ind. — Two Huntington University music
professors, Dr. Ji-Young Jeoung and Elizabeth Smith, will give a free
concert, playing piano and violin, at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 20 in the Longaker
Recital Hall of the Merillat Center for the Arts.
will be performing Sonata No. 1 in G by Johannes Brahms and Sonata A by
Cesar Franck. This concert is free and open to the public.
is an adjunct professor in the Department of Music at HU. She teaches
class piano, applied piano and is also a department accompanist. Born in
Gwangju, South Korea, she has her doctorate and master’s degree from
Ball State University in piano and organ performance.
the first prize winner at American Protégé International Piano
Competition. She was invited to have her performance debut in Weill
Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall. She also had the privilege to perform
concerts in locations around the world including South Korea, Singapore
Smith is also an adjunct professor in the
Department of Music at HU whereshe teaches violin and aural skills as
well and piano and music theory. She holds degrees from York and
Cambridge Universities in music. She taught in Norwich, England, for 10
years before moving to Indiana with her husband Dr. Tim Smith, also a
professor at HU, in 2007.