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ANDERSON HOUSE- YEAR-END CONCERT WITH KOREAN ARTIST VIRTUOSI

Date/Time
Date(s) - 12/11/2019
7:30 pm - 10:15 pm

Location
Anderson House- Society of the Cincinnati


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ANDERSON HOUSE- SOCIETY OF THE CINCINNATI
2118 MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE, NW

YEAR-END CONCERT WITH KOREAN ARTIST VIRTUOSI

THIS EVENT IS BEING CO-HOSTED WITH THE
KOREAN CULTURAL CENTER, WASHINGTON, DC

YOUJIN LEE, VIOLIN
MIN JI KIM, CELLO
DO-HYUN KIM, PIANO

Violinist Youjin Lee is making a name for herself as an artist with a deep sense of musical purpose and virtuosity. She has been a prizewinner at some of the world’s most prestigious competitions. When she was 17 years old, she won first prize in both Stulberg International String Competition and the Irving M.Klein International String Competition. More recently she was awarded 1st prize and audience prize at the Washington International String Competition in USA, 2nd Prize at the Seoul International Violin Competition in Korea, 3rd Prize at the Munetsugu International Violin Competition in Japan and Prize winner at the Joseph Joachim International Violin Competion in Germany. Ms.Lee’s recent solo performances include her recital debut in Hungary, Germany, Tokyo and Nogaya, recitals across Korea and her Bulgarian debut appearing with the Sofia Philharmonic under Maestro Maxim Eshkenazy. She has appeared as a guest soloist with the Central Aich Symphony Orchestra in Japan; NDR Philharmonie Orchestra with Andrew Manze; Baltimore and San Jose Chamber Orchestras; Kalamazoo, Santa Cruz; Incheon Philharmonic Orchestra and Gyeonggi Philharmonic Orchestra.

Min Ji Kim, cello, was born in 1995 in Incheon (South Korea) and began playing the cello at the age of six. She studied at the Seoul Arts High School and later at the Korea National University of Arts with Myung-Wha Chung.

Since 2014 Min Ji Kim has continued her studies at the Hochschule für Musik in Basel with Ivan Monighetti and Sol Gabetta. The cellist has won prizes at many international music competitions and won the Concours d’interprétation musicale de Lausanne in 2017. In 2018 she won the 2nd Rahn Music Prize for String Instruments and the 2nd Prize of the International Paulo Cello Competition in Helsinki. The cellist won the Frans-Helmerson Prize of the Kronberg Academy as well as the Migros Culture Percentage Study Prize. Min Ji Kim has been a Rahn Kulturfonds scholarship holder since 2018.  The cellist has performed with many orchestras, including the Incheon Philharmonic and the Suwon Philharmonic from South Korea and the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra. As a soloist and chamber musician, Min Ji Kim has given concerts in Europe and Asia.

Pianist Do-Hyun Kim (“Nick”): Kim displays incredible depth of artistry in a wide range of repertoire. His upcoming debuts in New York and Washington, DC on the Young Concert Artists Series feature a program of music he grew up listening to, culminating with Chopin’s Op. 25 Etudes. Other upcoming performances include both the Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 4 and the Beethoven Fantasia for Piano, Chorus and Orchestra with the Albany (GA) Symphony Orchestra. Received a special prize for best performance by a pianist in the Semi Finals of the 2019 International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow. In its coverage of the competition, Gramophone reported that he was a “widely admired” young artist.

General Admission: Buffet Reception/wine/only $60, all inclusive. Limited seats!
Patrons: $150 (listed in program, pre-concert reception, reserved seating and tour)