Eun-Hee Sohn was born in South Korea and studied at the Seoul School of Arts and the Univeristy of Kyung-Hee in Korea before continuing in New York at the Manhattan Music School, where she studied with professor Joseph Robinson, and then the Rotterdam Conservatory in Holland, studying with professor Emanuel Àbbuhle and the Brussels Royal Conservatory, with professor Paul Dombrecht.
She has won the Korean National Music Association first prize with distinction, the Manhattan School President Award first prize (scholarship award), and first prize in the Manhattan School competition.
During her career she has performed as soloist with orchestras such as the KBS Korean National Philharmonic; the Juness Philharmonic (Korea), and the Kyunh-Hee University Philharmonic Orchestra, as well as a solo recital at the Seoul Music and Art Hall and in a trio at the Carnegie Recital Hall.
She has been the first oboe with the Inchon City Philharmonic and the Korea Academy Orchestra. He/she has taught at the Kwan-Dong University and the Kang-Rung University, both in Korea, and has also performed with the Kammer Radio Orchestra (Holland), the Strasburg Philharmonic (France) and the New York Philharmonic, among others.
Eun-Hee is currently the b soloist with the Orquestra Clássica do Sul.