About Us

Asian Students at Classroom
About us

Welcome to STIKMI

Sekolah Tinggi Internasional Konservatori Musik Indonesia (STIKMI) is the first international music conservatory in Indonesia providing conservatory training to prepare musicians for a performing career.


Signum in Musica

“Producing outstanding musicians, who are insightful and have international standards and are able to enter the community by displaying musical artworks so as to improve the quality of performances and music education in Indonesia”

Asian music composer

Over 35 years of Experience in Education

To establish Tridharma (teaching, research and development of science, as well as community service), to meet the demands of community members of higher music education services

To organize education and talent development in the field of performing arts – rooted in discipline, talent, and perseverance

To contribute to the development of professional musicians for culture, knowledge and professionalism

To establish professional an accountable management of music education so as to improve public trust in conservatories worldwide

To improve the standard of education of conservatory music arts to advance the art of classical music in Indonesia

To play an active role in the development of human resources and musical tools in Indonesia by developing potentials locally and internationally

Young woman playing on a grand piano in a rehearsal studio.

Founded with Performance Excellence in mind


Founded in Jakarta

STIKMI was founded with a fully international advisory board members.



We are fully accredited, meaning you may transfer your credits and our degree is recognized worldwide.


International Partner Programs

Double-degree programs, transfer programs, and apprenticeship with renowned institutions around the world.

meet our team

People behind our success

Dr. Kuei Pin Yeo

Founder of YMJ, STIKMI, as well as all the programs under YMJ, Dr. Yeo is an accomplished artist and educator who has dedicated her entire life to planting and nurturing the seeds of musical talents in Indonesia and around the world. Not only was she the first person and woman to be awarded a doctorate in music in Indonesia, but her established institutions are pioneering music education in Indonesia and its surrounding area.

Dr. Daniel Paget
Board Member

Dr. Paget is a conductor, composer-arranger, pianist and educator living in New York City.  He founded Columbia University’s Barnard-Columbia Chorus, as well as the Apollo Chamber Orchestra, and led the Paget Chorale in performances at Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall and elsewhere. Mr. Paget was also music director of the Westchester Chorale.  Mr. Paget has been described by The New York Times as “a stimulating interpreter whose energy and enthusiasm are thoroughly infectious.”

Jap Tji Kien
Head of Strings

Jap Tji Kien, the first FRSM (Fellowship Royal School of Music, London) award recipient, was born in Bandung, Indonesia. He began his violin studies at the age of 4 and since his debut appearance at the age of 10, his career as a soloist as well as chamber musician has taken him to various concert stages, radio and television appearances, and he has since gained wide recognition throughout the country.