Born in Seoul, Kyunghee Kim-Sutre began her musical studies at 8 years old and later entered the Seoul National University, where she studied with Kyo-Sook Lee. She went on to study at the Curtis Institute of Music, Indiana University, and the Paris Conservatoire Supérieur de Musique. For more than two decades, she and Guillaume Sutre have explored repertoire for violin and harp.
Kim-Sutre regularly performs as a soloist and chamber musician. She has worked with composers including Raphaël Oleg, Laure Colladant, Jocelyn Aubrun, Andrea Griminelli, Ronald Leonard, Movses Pogossian, Tony Arnold, David Grimal, Michel Moragues, Ysaÿe Quartet, Ludwig Quartet, and Guillaume Sutre. In France, she has performed in Paris (Auditorium du Louvre, Museum Georges Sand ‘de la Vie Romantique’), Nancy, Reims (Flaneries Musicales), Saint-Émilion (Festival des Grandes Heures), Royan (Festival des Églises Romanes), and La Celle (Soirees Musicales de l’Abbaye Royale); she has also performed in Seoul, Italy (Incontri in Terra di Siena), Armenia (Yerevan, Perspectives International Music Festival), Los Angeles (Zipper Hall), and with the Philadelphia Curtis Institute Orchestra, South Jersey Symphony, and North Carolina Symphony.