Molly Yeh is a percussionist, baker and writer who recently relocated from Boerum Hill, Brooklyn to rural North Dakota. She enjoys playing loud music with large instruments and has recently done so with the Hong Kong Philharmonic, the Brooklyn-based pop band San Fermin, and in the premiere of David T. Little and Royce Vavrek's opera, Dog Days.
As a writer, she has written for Time Out New York, The Jewish Forward, Brooklyn Exposed, The Juilliard Journal and Wolftree. She graduated from Juilliard in 2011, where she was co-founder of the student newspaper and the recipient of the Journal Award and the Peter Mennin Prize.
Drawing on her love of food and new art, Molly is the curator of the supper club/artist salon Pacific Street Table & Stage. She also keeps the food and adventure blog, my name is yeh, and tweets about dumplings, mustard and the farm life under the handle @mollyyeh.