Yuking Brandenburgh

Yuking Chou Brandenburgh


Corbett Cntr Perform Arts

CCM Preparatory and Community Engagement - 0236

Professional Summary

Featured in Marquis Who's Who in 2024, she was a faculty member at Communiversity in Vienna, Austria, Music School in Steyr, Austria, Tainan University of Arts and Technology, Taiwan, and Mount St. Joseph University in Cincinnati OH.

She received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in piano performance from the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna, Austria, and DMA from the College-Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati, where she worked as a graduate assistant at the Collaborative Piano Department and Secondary Piano Department. 
Brandenburgh was a winner of several international piano competition awards such as 2nd prize at the Kimiko-Sato Music Competition in Vienna, Austria, 3rd prize at the Finale Ligure Piano Competition in Italy, and 3rd prize at the Maria Canals Jeunesse Piano Competition in Barcelona, Spain. She also was selected to present her research poster at the Music Teachers National Association 2009 National Conference in Atlanta.                                    
She has trained numerous students who have achieved international acclaim and is often called upon to serve as a judge at various competitions. Over the past two years, five of her students have secured prizes at the American Protégé International Music Competition and received invitations to showcase their talents at Carnegie Hall.

In 2015, she published a new arrangement of Modest Mussorgsky’s "Pictures at an Exhibition“ for Early Advanced Piano Solo. 2018 she published “Rhapsody of Amazing Grace & Beethoven’s 9th” for piano solo. Both are available at Amazon.com. Soon after, she launched her YouTube channel called “Dr. Yuking Piano Channel”.