Elaine Kwon, concert pianist (Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center), MIT lecturer, and entrepreneur, talks about drive, a career in the fine arts, and determination.

By thepivotalmoment

In today’s episode we listen to the story of my dear friend Elaine Kwon, a highly successful Carnegie Hall concert pianist, a lecturer at MIT, and founder of the immersive concert series and media company, Savor Your Senses. She holds a black belt in TaeKwonDo (5-time US National Forms Champion), was the face of Nike Asia, has been featured in numerous magazines, and was a guest on the Oprah Winfrey show.  Elaine opens up about what it’s like to grow up as a daughter of immigrants, her relationship with her parents in pursuing her career in music, and what it takes to be successful in a competitive field like the fine arts. We go deep into what it means to be driven, and how to keep on going when things are challenging. To learn more about Elaine, check out her website: www.elainekwon.com and the website of her company www.savoryoursenses.com. Or follow her on social media: Instagram: @elainekwon & @savoryoursenses 

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