Allen Yueh is an American pianist and pedagogue serving on both the piano and theory faculties at the Cleveland Institute of Music.  Yueh is a laureate of numerous competitions, including First Prize at The Fourth New York International Piano Competition.  Yueh was also awarded the Gold Award at the 2009 YoungARTS festival created by the National Foundation for the Advancement of Arts, and was distinguished as one of 20 Presidential Scholars in the Arts, performing at the Kennedy Center.  In 2010 and 2012, Yueh won the  Dorothy MacKenzie Artist Recognition Scholarship Award held at the International Keyboard Institute and Festival at the Mannes School of Music.  Yueh won the Columbus State University Concerto Competition in 2015, performing Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No. 3 with the CSU Orchestra.  In 2016, Yueh was awarded First Prize at the Third International Piano Festival in Italy Piano Competition and Special Prize for best performance of works by Alexey Shor.  Most recently, Yueh was recognized as the Georgia MTNA State winner, Southern Division winner, and top prize winner of the National Finals in 2017.

As a result of winning The Fourth New York International Competition, Dr. Yueh has been invited annually by the Stecher and Horowitz Foundation to perform in concert series in New York City, New York State, and Washington D.C., and was featured in the PBS documentary film On a Personal Note.  Yueh is also frequently invited to concertize at the Shandelee Music Festival in New York, having performed in 2006, 2012, 2013, and 2016.

After graduating from Harvard University in 2013 with a Bachelor's Degree in Applied Mathematics, Yueh earned his Master’s Degree in Piano Performance at New York University in 2015 and Artist Diploma at Columbus State University in 2017, studying with Alexander Kobrin.  In 2020, Yueh graduated with a Doctorate of Musical Arts at the Cleveland Institute of Music studying with Haesun Paik and Daniel Shapiro.

Dr. Yueh uses his studies and experiences to bridge the gap between theoretical analysis and performance practice.  Yueh joined CIM’s preparatory piano faculty in 2020, CIM's conservatory theory faculty in 2021, and Case Western Reserve University's piano faculty in 2022.  As theory faculty, Yueh has taught classes including: 18th Century Counterpoint, the DMA analytical seminar, and several of the core undergraduate courses.  He will teach a theory course on The Late Beethoven Sonatas during the fall of 2023.