Hyun Jung Kim
Accomplished violinist Hyunjung Kim is set to perform a one of a kind concert at the world-renowned Carnegie Hall on Monday, June 5th at 8:00 pm. A emerging talent in the industry, Kim will perform a unique set of pieces designed to take listeners on a journey across more than two centuries of classical music.
As an internationally known rising star, Hyunjung Kim has established herself as a solo, chamber, and orchestral musician. After receiving early degrees from Seoul National University, the New England Conservatory, and the Manhattan School of Music, Kim went on to receive her Doctor of Musical Arts from Boston University. She has received top awards from prestigious international competitions including the Moscow Classical Heritage International Competition, the Yokohama International Competition, the Sion International Duo Competition, and the American Prize Competition. As a chamber musician, she has performed at Carnegie Hall and received the honor of winning the Fuchs Chamber Competition. As a solo artist, Kim has traveled extensively for performances throughout the United States and Europe, most recently her upcoming concert at Carnegie Hall.
Titled 219, the concert will feature pieces from artists spanning 219 years of classical music. Beginning with a piece from Beethoven written in 1798, the concert will guide listeners all the way through the early centuries of classical music with works performed from composers like Ysaye, Prokofiev, and Lutoslawski before concluding with contemporary pieces written in 2016 from composer Max Grafe. The concert will feature piano accompaniment by Victor Cayres and guest violinist Bayla Keyes. With Kim’s extraordinary talent as their guide, audiences will discover a new love for an array of classical and contemporary compositions.
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