Eerang Ahn
MM, Florida Atlantic University 
Adjunct Professor, piano

Areas of Expertise: 
Class piano
Collaborative pianist

Office Phone: 561.297.3820 
Office: AH 119

Eerang Ahn

A native of Seoul, South Korea, Eerang Ahn is an active collaborative pianist in South Florida. She is currently an adjunct professor at Florida Atlantic University and Nova Southeastern University, where she teaches class piano and accompanies various ensembles, faculty performances, and student graduation recitals. She has also served as a choral accompanist for professional choirs, churches, high schools and universities in the Palm Beach and Broward County, including Schola Cantorum of Florida (Delray Beach Chorale) and Palm Beach Atlantic University.

Ms. Ahn has performed in South Korea, Dominica, Haiti, Venezuela, Malaysia and Sweden. She had numerous recitals as a guest artist, including A recital inspired by Venice (Key West), For Her: Honoring Women Concert, An Evening of Opera (Delray Beach), Repertory Dance Theatre Ensemble, the Bach Festival (Boca Raton), Love Florida Concert Series (Ft. Lauderdale), and Classical concert series of St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church (Boca Raton). Ms. Ahn is also in demand as a vocal coach and professional auditions accompanist.

Prior to coming to the United States, she accompanied many ensembles and soloists in South Korea. Since 1999, she has participated in a variety of projects, including the recording of the albums of The Aha-cross Choir Foundation, Hymn series in Seoul, South Korea. Also involved in musical theater, Ms. Ahn has performed piano and keyboards for productions of Godspell, Werther, and You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown and many gala concerts.

Ms. Ahn holds Bachelor of Music and Master of Music degrees in Composition and Theory from Sung-shin Women’s University in Korea, and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology Counseling from Han-yang Cyber University. She earned a Master of Music in Piano Performance from Florida Atlantic University. Her Publications include “The Effect of Beethoven Music on The Development of The Orchestra” and “A Study on Pythagorean Music Theory."