Allen Yueh

Pianist, Theorist, Pedagogue

"Outstanding technique and maturity of interpretation" - Times Herald Record

Allen Yueh is an American pianist and first prize laureate of the Fourth New York International Piano Competition.  He has performed across the United States, including the Kennedy Center, Carnegie Hall, and Harvard University.  Dr. Yueh is an avid scholar and pedagogue, serving on both piano and theory faculties at the Cleveland Institute of Music.  His musical mentors include Melvin Stecher and Norman Horowitz, Alexander Kobrin, Haesun Paik, and Daniel Shapiro.  Dr. Yueh holds degrees from Harvard University, New York University, Columbus State University, and the Cleveland Institute of Music.