Jung-Yun Lee Viola Recital

Wednesday, March 23, 2016 at 8PM

The National Opera Center America
(330 7th Ave, New York, NY 10001)


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Ticket: Free

Program

Alan Hovhaness / Chahagir, Op 56A for Viola Solo
Daniel Troob / January Sonata for Jennie Hansen for Viola and Piano
Ernest Bloch / Suite Hébraïque

Violist Jung-Yun Lee has appeared in a wide range of venues, including Lincoln center and Carnegie Hall. Ms. Lee has also participated in the Aspen Music Festival, Bach Festival. She has attended numerous string seminars and master classes with Karen Tuttle, “Coordination Workshop”, David Dalton’s “Primrose” and Hsin-Yun Huang, Jefferry Irvine, Roger Myers, Lawrence Dutton. Ms. Lee studied at the Mannes College of Music at the New School University and the Mason Gross School of Art in the Rutgers University, where she received her Bachelor of Music and Master of Music Degrees under Karen Ritscher, Ira Weller, Paul Neubauer. Ms. Lee was awarded undergraduated and graduated division scholarship at the Mannes College of Music. When she was pursuing of Doctor Musical Arts at the Frost School of Music and the Mason Gross School of Art, Ms. Lee also was the recipient of the Graduate Internship Music Department award and earned full scholarship and stipend. Ms. Lee has earned the Advanced Certificate at the Steinhardt’s School of Education at the New York University. At the NYU, she served as an adjunct instructor of string studies. She also had solo recitals at Seoul Arts Center and Merkin Concert Hall. 

Pianist Evan Solomon has appeared in chamber music and vocal recitals in France, Germany, China, Korea, Japan, and throughout the United States. His exceptionally wide repertoire has led to frequent engagements as official pianist at events such as the Hannover International Violin Competition, the International Viola Congress, the West Point Clarinet Summit and the Starling-DeLay Violin Symposium. Mr. Solomon's performances as faculty artist of the Great Mountains Music Festival in Korea have been heard on the Korean Broadcasting System and NPR's "Performance Today." Additional television credits include appearances on A&E Network's "Breakfast with the Arts" with violinist Sarah Changand, cellist Han-Na Chang, and "Live from Lincoln Center: Perlman at the Penthouse" on PBS. 

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Miro Yoon