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Heechurl Kim ( South Korea )

 
Hee-Churl Kim studied choral conducting under Dr. Hak Won Yoon in Chung-Ang University, and studied with Dr. John B. Haberlen in Georgia State University.
 
After returning to Korea in 1997, he had conducted many choirs, such as, World Vision Korea Children's Choir, Gwang-Myung City Women's Chorale, and Sung-Nam City Teacher's Choir. He also taught in Chung-Ang University.
 
He served as a board member of the Korean Church Music Association. From 2004 to 2015, he was the Artistic Director and Administrative Director of World Vision Korea Children's Choir.
 
Currently, he is the conductor of Gwacheon City Women's Choir, which is the one professional women's choir in Korea. And he is the general manager of Korea Federation in Choral Music (KFCM), board member of Korea Church Music Association, Director of Yonsei University Music Academy Choir, and the board member of 'Sky Song Foundation' and director in Myungsung Presbyterian Church.
 
     
 
Hee-Churl Kim mempelajari choral conducting dibawah pimpinan Dr. Hak Won Yoon di Chung-Ang University, dan pada Dr. John B. Haberlen di Georgia State University.
 
Setelah kembali ke Korea pada 1997, beliau telah memimpin banyak sekali paduan suara, seperti, World Vision Korea Children's Choir, Gwang-Myung City Women's Chorale, dan Sung-Nam City Teacher's Choir. Beliau juga mengajar di Chung-Ang University.
 
Beliau menjadi anggota dewan dari Korean Church Music Association. Dari 2004 hingga 2015, beliau adalah Artistic Director dan Administrative Director dari World Vision Korea Children's Choir.
 
Saat ini, beliau adalah conductor dari Gwacheon City Women's Choir, yang merupakan salah satu paduan suara wanita profesional di Korea. Dan beliau juga merupakan general manager dari Korea Federation in Choral Music (KFCM), anggota dewan dari Korea Church Music Association, Direktur dari Yonsei University Music Academy Choir, dan anggota dewan dari 'Sky Song Foundation', serta direktur dari Myungsung Presbyterian Church.