Sujin Kim-Ramsey is an active composer, music director, arranger, and pianist in New York city.

Sujin, along with her collaborator, Daphny Maman, have written several musicals seen around NYC including, A Good Morning for Coffee (Here Center of the Arts, 2013 / Seoul, 2017), The Mystery of the Deadly Singer (Playroom Theatre, 2015), and Congratulations! (NYU, 2015).  

Sujin music directed the off Broadway production of KPOP at Ars Nova. She also music directed 'Sunday in the Park with George' at Burning Cole Theatre in Raleigh, NC.  She is a music director for the ESL children's musical book series, English Egg.  And she has music directed several concerts, readings, and workshops in NYC. 

Currently, Sujin is a resident composer at 92Y Musical Theatre Development Lab along with Aden Kent Ramsey and Daphny Maman. 

Sujin graduated from Yonsei University in classical composition and Berklee College of Music in jazz composition and Tisch School of the Arts Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program at NYU.