Pianist Immin Chung Poser is an internationally engaged solo pianist and a chamber musician.

She earned her Bachelor's and Master's degrees in music from Seoul National University, where she graduated with highest honor (President Award), after completing Yewon School and Seoul Arts High School for talented young artists in Seoul, Korea. In 2003, she earned the Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the University of Texas at Austin and continued her post graduate study at the University of Music in Basel, Switzerland (Hochschule für Musik der Stadt Basel). Her teachers include Rudolf Buchbinder, Elliott Antokoletz, Danielle Martin. She participated in numerous master classes and also studied additionally with Emilio del Rosario, Gilbert Kalish, Nelita True, Abbey Simon and David Kaiserman.

Since her public debut at the age of 13 performing Beethoven’s 1st piano concerto, Dr. Immin Chung Poser performed internationally and has appeared in concerts and festivals in major cities such as Zurich, Lucerne, Basel, Cologne, Wiesbaden, Washington D.C., Houston, Austin and Seoul as both a solo and chamber pianist.

Dr. Immin Chung Poser is awarded several fellowships and scholarships and as a published author, in addition to her dissertations A Study and Analysis on "Contrasts" of Béla Bartók and Mathematical and Architectural Concepts Manifested in Iannis Xenakis's Piano Music, she has also translated books such as Illustrated Book of Great Composers by Wendy Thompson.

A prize winner of the Seoul Youth Ensemble Competition, Immin Chung Poser performs regularly as a member of the two pianos - eight hands ensemble MUSE DE PIANO and Ensemble Camerata Semplice with violinist Caterina Klemm (Duo Poemm).

Dr. Immin Chung Poser teaches at several music schools and works as a collaborator in Switzerland. She is also a passionate speed skater and hobby photographer.