As The Stocker Duo, Josiah Stocker and Hyeeun Hahm have performed four-hand and two-piano programs throughout the United States. These have included the Faculty Series at Prince George’s Community College, Music on the Hill in Olympia, WA, and the Korean-American Scholarship Foundation’s 2018 Gala in Atlanta. In 2020 they will tour in the Pacific Northwest and internationally, including: South China Normal University in Guangzhou, China; the Heritage Concert Series in Auckland, New Zealand; All Saints Anglican Church in Howick, New Zealand; and St. Andrew’s Church in Wellington, New Zealand. They will also participate in the International Low Flute Festival in Urayasu, Japan as resident pianists and in voice recitals at the Universitas Pelita Harpan in Tangerang, Indonesia.

Pianist Hyeeun Hahm is from Incheon, South Korea. She is active as a soloist, vocal coach, teacher, arranger, and collaborative pianist for opera singers and instrumentalists. At the festival Bel Canto in Tuscany she served as a staff pianist. She was a piano Fellow at Bay View Festival in Michigan for the productions ‘Don Giovanni’ and ‘Falstaff’, and at Wintergreen Summer Music Academy in Virginia for the Vocal Intensive Program. As a guest pianist for the Mid-Atlantic Flute Convention, she played for competitions, master classes and the piccolo recital of Regina Helcher Yost. She was a resident pianist at the Low Flute Festival in Reston, VA where she performed the world premiere of the Sonata ‘Spirit of the Hudson’ for Bass flute and Piano by Daniel Dorff with Peter Sheridan.

She has worked in the Capital region with Washington's InSeries Opera Company as pianist for ’Magic Flute’ by Mozart, Hub Opera Company’s ‘Tosca’ by Puccini, and Georgetown Gilbert and Sullivan Society’s production of ‘Ruddigore’ by Gilbert and Sullivan. She also accompanied Victorian Lyric Opera Company’s productions ’The Merry Widow’, ’Patience’ by Gilbert and Sullivan and ‘Little Red Riding Hood' by Barab, as well as Northwestern High School’s ‘Gallantry’ by Moore.

Josiah Stocker is currently Staff Collaborative Pianist at the College of St Rose in Albany, New York, where he works with faculty, students, ensembles, and opera and musical theatre productions. He has also coached and accompanied singers for the Eastern New York NATS events, and performed on the St. Rose Camerata’s anniversary concerts for Leonard Bernstein, George Crumb, and Clara Schumann. In his previous position as Faculty Accompanist for East Carolina University's School of Theater and Dance, he was active in composing, arranging, and performing live music for the school's dance concerts while accompanying Musical Theatre classes and productions.

He recently graduated from the University of Maryland with his Doctor of Musical Arts in Collaborative Piano. While resident at Maryland he studied with Rita Sloan and worked extensively with the school's instrumental studios, playing for masterclasses by artists including Stefan Jackiw, Jeffrey Irvine, and Tine Thing Helseth. In addition to his studies, he served as rehearsal accompanist for the University choirs as they prepared John Adams's The Gospel According to the Other Mary for performance with the National Symphony Orchestra under Maestro Gianandrea Noseda.

For ten seasons Josiah accompanied classes and performances for the Summer Dance program at Interlochen Arts Camp, advising and encouraging numerous pianists in accompanying all types of dance. In 2018 he attended the Aspen Summer Music Festival, performing with the Aspen Philharmonic Orchestra under Robert Spano and Ludovic Morlot, the Aspen Contemporary Ensemble under Donald Crockett, and composer readings with the Aspen Conducting Academy.

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