Shuree is a legend! What an incredible pianist and performer she has the audience mesmerized by her talent and glamorous beauty. You rock!
~Geoff Sewell, Global Director/CEO of Bravo Amici Incognito Artists
Shuree Enkhbold is a Mongolian-American pianist pursuing a doctoral degree at the University of Arizona. Through a large variety of professional and creative endeavors, Shuree has expanded her horizons and redefined what it means to be a doctoral student in the arts. She recently completed her doctoral minor in Entrepreneurship at the Eller School of Management and is hoping to shape the world of classical music as an artist and cultural entrepreneur. As a Mongolian-American, she is also very interested in bringing the beauty of Mongolian culture to a wider, international audience. She recently received research funding through the ACMS for a 6-week fieldtrip to the Mongolian countryside where she will study Mongolian folk music and present it in her doctoral dissertation. Having a variety of creative interests, Shuree was featured in a documentary film titled 147 Pianos which was premiered in Chicago at CIMMFEST and scheduled to be broadcasted in Tucson Film Festival this coming October. She also produced a music video of her playing Ravel on the beaches of South Florida. As a consummate classical pianist, she has won concerto competitions in 2014 and 2016 and performed with the Lynn and Mongolian Philharmonic Orchestras. She gave her debut performance at Carnegie Hall in 2016. She completed her undergraduate degree summa cum laude at age 19, received her Master of Music with distinction from DePaul University and completed a Professional Performance Certificate at Lynn Conservatory of Music. Shuree Enkhbold was receipt of Mongolia Field Research Fellowship. Her research project, “Mongolian Piano Music: Fusion of Classical and Folk styles in the piano works of Sharav”, was sponsored by the American Center for Mongolian Studies (ACMS), the Council of American Overseas Research Centers (CAORC), and the US Department of Education.