Suyeon Ko is a multi-faceted flutist, performing as a chamber musician, soloist and orchestral player. She has won top prizes from numerous competitions including: Myrna Brown Young Artist Competition, Matinee Musicale Scholarship Competition, TMTA Young Artist Competition, and American Protege International Competition, where she also made her solo debut in Carnegie Hall. She frequently acts as a substitute flutist in many orchestras that she has been selected as finalists including New World Symphony Orchestra, Evansville Philharmonic, Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra, and South Bend Symphony Orchestra. Moreover, as an international flutist, she has given recitals in South Korea, Australia, and around the U.S including Alaska, Chicago, Indiana, Missouri, New York, and Texas.
She holds degrees from Jeju National University in South Korea, University of North Texas, and now she is a Doctoral Candidate of Music at Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, where she studies with Professor. Thomas Robertello.