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7. 10. Mon. 20:00
De Duif, Stadsherstel
Ensemble La Mer et L’Île
B. Britten (1913-1976)
3 Divertimenti for String Quartet
Jonghee Kang (1976- )
Morning of the Ocean for Saenghwang, Violin and Cello
June-Hee Lim (1959- )
Dokdo, Island of Five Senses for Soprano, Saenghwang, Gayageum, Violin, Viola and Cello
Ⅰ. Harmony of Five Senses for Saenghwang, Gayageum, Violin, Viola and Cello
Ⅱ. Vital Dances for Saenghwang, Gayageum, Violin, Viola and Cello
Ⅲ. Dokdo, Forever for Soprano, Saenghwang, Gayageum, Violin, Viola and Cello
R. Strauss (1864-1949)
C. Franck (1822-1890)
Piano Quintet in f minor
Ⅰ. Molto moderato quasi lento – Allegro
Ⅱ. Lento con molto sentimento
Ⅲ. Allegro non troppo ma con fuoco
Ensemble La Mer et L’Île
+최 연 우 Yeonwoo Choi (Violin)
Yeonwoo Choi graduated from Yonsei University (B.A.), Mannes College of Music (M.M.), and University of Maryland (D.M.A.). She has appeared as soloist and chamber musician in Europe, US, Canada and Asia. Currently, she is a faculty member at Sookmyung University and Yonsei University, the leader of Ensemble La Fontaine, and member of Koreana Chamber Music Society.
+박 준 영 Jun-Young Park (Violin)
Jun-Young Park graduated from Seoul National University (B.A., M.A.), Peabody Conservatory (MM, Graduate Performance Diploma), and University of Maryland (D.M.A.). She currently is a faculty member at Gangnam University, and performs as a member of JK Chamber Orchestra and Gaeum Soloists Ensemble.
Erwan Richard (Viola)
Erwan Richard graduated from Conservatoire National de Musique in Paris. He has appeared as soloist with major European Orchestras. In addition to his solo career, he is also a member of the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra Academy, sub-principal of the Philharmonia Orchestra in London, and principal violist of the Innsbruck Symphony Orchestra. Also, he is a faculty member at Suwon University, member of Koreana Chamber Music Society.
+김 대 준 David James Kim (Cello)
David James Kim graduated from Eastman School of Music (B.A., M.A.) and finished Konzertexamen at Musikhochschule Mannhiem in Germany. He was invited to Ascoli Piceno Music Festival in Italy and served as assistant principal cellist of the Staatskapelle Weimer. Currently, he is a guest principal cellist of the Gangnam Symphony Orchestra in Seoul, Korea.
+김 정 권 Quentin Kim (Piano)
Quentin Kim graduated from Yale University with an artist diploma and Juilliard with D.M.A. He has been a judge at numerous competitions such as Isang Yun International Music Competition, Steinway Youth Competition, and Joongang Music Concours. Currently, he is a faculty member at Pusan National University.
+강 혜 정 Hye Jung Kang (Soprano)
Hye Jung Kang graduated from Yale University (B.A.) and Mannes College of Music (M.M.). She performed with Jose Carreras in his concert in Korea in 2010, and sang at Le Man Music festival and Bach Festival 2016 (Le Musicales in Colmar, France). She received the Michael Sisca Opera Award and was awarded as best new artist in the 2010 Korea Opera Award. Besides performing, she is a professor at Keimyung University.
+이 화 영 Hwa Young Lee (Gayageum)
Hwa Young Lee graduated from Seoul National Univerisy with a B.A. and M.M.. She received gold prize at the 28th Korean Traditional Music Competition, and silver prize at the 25th Dong-A Korean Traditional Music Competition. She was a featured soloist of National Gugak Center, and currently is a member of Ensemble Four Seasons.
+김 효 영 Hyo Young Kim (Saenghwang)
Hyo Young Kim graduated from Chugye University of Arts with a B.A. and M.A. She has appeared as soloist with MBC Symphony Orchestra, KBS Gugak Orchestra, etc. She is a prizewinner of Yong Art Frontier by Arts Council Korea, KBS Grand Prize in 2015, and also a faculty member of Chugye University of Arts.
임 준 희 June-Hee Lim (Composition)
June-Hee Lim graduated from Yonsei University (B.A.) and received both master’s and doctoral degrees from Indiana University. She is a prizewinner of multiple competitions including the 5th An Eak-Tai Composition Award, KBS National Song Competition, ISCM World Music Days, IAWM International Festival of Women in Music, KBS Korean Traditional Music Award, 30th Korean Composition Award of Music Association of Korea, and the 5th Korea Opera Award, Artistic Prize. Currently, she is a professor of the School of Korean Traditional Arts at Korean National University of Arts.
강 종 희 Jonghee Kang (Composition)
Jonghee Kang studied at Yonsei University (B.A.), New York University (M.A.), and University of Pittsburgh (Ph.D). His work was published by Verlag Neue Musik GmbH (Germany), and performed throughout Europe, United States, and South Korea. He taught at University of Pittsburgh and Duquesne University, and worked internationally as composer-in-residence, mentor composer, composer fellow and assistant recording producer. Currently, he is a faculty member at Yonsei University.
이 규 형 Kyu-Hyung Lee (Poet)
Kyu-Hyung Lee graduated from Seoul National University, Department of Foreign Relations (B.A.). He joined the Foreign Ministry in 1974, and appointed as Director-General for the United Nations, Spokesperson, and 2nd Vice Minister. He worked as ambassador in Bangladesh (2002-2004), Russia (2007-2010), and China (2011-2013). Currently, he is an advisor of Samsung Economic Research Institute and Korea-China 1.5 Track Dialogue, chairman of Korea-Russia Dialogue, and a poet. His poetries, “Sometimes full of Heart”, “Departing Again”, “Relations”, has been published.