Praised for her innate sensitivity and compelling performances, Korean-Australian violinist Suyeon Kang- born in South Korea and raised in Canada and Australia- is pursuing a colorful and multifaceted musical life in Europe, where she has been based since 2007. Since 2016 she holds a contract as teaching assistant of Prof. Antje Weithaas at the Hochschule für Musik Hanns Eisler in Berlin, under whom she graduated her Konzertexamen Degree with highest honors.

2015 she was awarded the 1st prize at the Michael Hill International Violin Competition as well as securing the audience prize. Other international competition successes include major and/ or special prizes at „Princess Astrid”, Indianapolis, Bayreuth, Buenos Aires, Yehudi Menuhin, and Leopold Mozart international violin competitions.

She is a highly sought-after chamber musician; previous and/or upcoming collaborations alongside Lukas Hagen, Clemens Hagen, Bruno Canino, Nicholas Rimmer, Antje Weithaas, Alexander Lonquich, Patricia Kopatchinskaja, and Daniel Gaede.

She co-founded the Trio Boccherini (string trio), receiving major chamber music influences from Hatto Beyerle, Rainer Schmidt, Johannes Meissl and Günter Pichler. Furthermore, in late 2017 she was welcomed to the Kallaci String Quartet (South Korea) as their newest member.

She has appeared as guest concertmaster (including projects as Play/Direct- artistic leader) with the Munich Chamber Orchestra, Kammerakademie Potsdam, Ensemble Resonanz Hamburg, Camerata Bern, etc. Since 2017 she is a member of Camerata Bern (Switzerland), and was a previous member of the European chamber orchestra Spira Mirabilis.