Yuki Hori, a singer-songwriter and teacher based in the Boston area, has over five years of experience teaching voice and piano students. She is currently studying special education, vocal performance, and conducting at Berklee College of Music. Yuki graduated from the Walnut Hill School for the Arts as a voice principal major in 2014 and was chosen for the Merit Award at Young Arts Competition the same year. She has had both classical and contemporary vocal training as well as classical piano and conducting. She is currently singing as a part of Berklee Reverence Gospel Choir, conducted and directed by Donovan McLean and Dennis Montgomery, and is a member of the National Guild of Piano Teachers.
Yuki started music when she was three years old and performed the leading part of various children’s operas in Tokyo. She also toured to Mongolia and China with the Kinoshita Music Academy Choir and performed with Jose Carreras in 2006 at his Christmas Special Concert in Tokyo. In 2007, she performed the anthem for the Japanese theme park, Kidzania, at the opening ceremony. As a conductor, she conducted New England Conservatory Lab Orchestra and New England Conservatory Youth Philharmonic Orchestra during her high school years under the direction of Maestro Hugh Wolff and Maestro Benjamin Zander. In 2016, she performed with the Berklee Gospel Choir at the Newport Folk Festival.