Si-Yo Artist™ Roster

Our artists are aspiring and professional musicians from the Americas, Asia, and Europe. Through their dedication to performances, education, and community service, they are our ambassadors of Western classical music. We provide our artists with international teaching and performance opportunities, an instrument lending program, and a support network of kindred souls who are diverse in talents and passions yet united in their love of music.
Our artists are also busy with events outside of Si-Yo; keep up with them on our blog​!

Mia Kim Bernard

Bio courtesy of Mia Kim Bernard

Mia Kim Bernard is a fourteen-year old cellist who studies with Madeleine Golz at the Precollege division of the Manhattan School of Music and at JCC Thurnauer School of Music. Mia has performed regularly at Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall as the winner of national and international competitions and has been the featured artist with numerous orchestras, including the Vermont Philharmonic, New York Chamber Players Orchestra, New Jersey City University Orchestra, the Thurnauer Symphony Orchestra and with the Orchestra at the Precollege Division at Manhattan School of Music as a winner of the concerto competition. In spring 2017, Mia was the youngest semi-finalist in the Blount-Slawson Young Artist Competition in Montgomery, Alabama, a nationwide competition opened to all instruments. She has performed in master classes taught by Bonnie Hampton, Eric Bartlett, Colin Carr, Julia Bruskin, Paul Katz, David Ying, Julian Schwartz and Paul Watkins. Mia is a 9th grader at the Professional Children’s School in New York City.

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