Dr.Junsuk Oh studied piano with Frank Levy, James Tocco and Zenon Fishbein. Junsuk was born in Busan, South Korea. He moved to the United States at the age of 15 and was admitted to study at the Juilliard pre-college division. Junsuk holds Bachelor of Music/Master of Music from Manhattan School of music, and Doctor of Musical Arts from University of Cincinnati-College Conservatory of Music.
Junsuk has appeared as a soloist performing Beethoven Piano Concerto No.3 in C minor, op.37 with West Chester Symphony Orchestra, Pennsylvania. He performed numerous solo recitals extensively throughout New York City in major venues including Carnegie Hall, Steinway Hall, Greenfield Hall, Paul Hall, and Yamaha Hall. He participated Art of Piano festival, Cincinnati, OH (2012), Samuel Barber International Festival, West Chester, PA (2007), Prague International piano festival (2007) and Amati music festival in Catskill, New York (2006). With his special affinity for the romantic composer Frederic Chopin, he gave all Chopin program recital at World Financial Center in Manhattan for a bicentennial celebration of Chopin in 2010. Appearance in numerous piano master classes by Richard Goode, Arie Vardi, Ian Hobson, Ann Schein, Nelita True, Volker Banfield, Bernard Ringeissen and Horacio Gutierrez. Junsuk studied chamber music studies with James Tocco, Lee Fiser, Laurie Smukler, Peter Winograd, Gerald Robbins.