Kyung Sun Lee Joins Conservatory VIOLINIST KYUNG SUN LEE JOINS STRING FACULTY AT THE OBERLIN CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
Kyung Sun Lee, Violin Violinist Kyung Sun Lee on the Hunstein Artist Services website. http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
Welcome To Hunstein Artist Services, Inc. with Paul BaduraSkoda, pianist (October 2006) with Kyung Sun Lee, violinist (Spring 2006) with Monica Huggett and Sonnerie (April 2006) http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
INSIDE JoongAng Daily Guests include violinist Lee Kyungsun, German cellist Tilman Wick and guitarist Chang Seung-ho. http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
Home - Saint Vincent College A small, Catholic, liberal arts college and Benedictine monastery. http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
2004 Artists A virtuoso violinist, Ordabek performed 24 caprices by Paganini in Italy, France and Austria. http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
Music Department Home Events Symphony Orchestra with guest violinist Kyung Sun Lee Jazz @ the Met with Shelly Berg Music Ensemble Information http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
Events October 20. Saint Vincent College Concert Series Kyung Sun Lee, violinist 8 PM, SCA Admission $16 October 26 http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
Welcome To WBJC.com The Chamber Orchestra of Paris, A Baltimore Debut Tom Hall, Music Director Kyung Sun Lee, Violinist Vivaldi Gloria Mendelssohn String http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
Kyung Sun Lee, Violin violinist kyung sun lee on the Hunstein Artist Services website. http://www.hunsteinartists.com/lee.html
Extractions: Violinist Kyung Sun Lee is seen frequently on concert stages around the world. During the last two seasons she performed the concerti of Tchaikovsky, Mendelssohn, Sibelius, and Bartók (No. 2), the double concerti of both Bach and Mendelssohn and the Four Seasons of Vivaldi. Lee also champions the rarely-performed concertos of French Romantic Composers such as Theodore Dubois and Benjamin Godard, whose works she performed with the critically-acclaimed Jupiter Symphony under the direction of the late Jens Nygaard. In October 2004 she performed a violin concerto of Jean-Marie LeClair in France with the Orchestre de Chambre Français, with whom she toured the United States in March 2005. A laureate in numerous international competitions, Lee captured first prizes in the Washington and DAngelo International Competitions; bronze medals in the Tchaikovsky Competition and the Queen Elisabeth Competition and third prize in the Montreal International Competition, where she also won the Audience Favorite and the Best Performance of the Commissioned Work prizes.
Kyung Sun Lee Joins Conservatory about Oberlin Online news and feature articles to firstname.lastname@example.org kyung sun lee JOINS STRING FACULTY AT THE OBERLIN CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC http://www.oberlin.edu/newserv/01aug/lee_appointment_release.html
Extractions: AT THE OBERLIN CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC A UGUST Robert K. Dodson, Dean of the Oberlin Conservatory of Music at Oberlin College, announces the appointment to Oberlin's faculty of Kyung Sun Lee as assistant professor of violin, effective July 1, 2001. Lee has appeared as a featured soloist with the Munich Radio Orchestra (under the baton of Yehudi Menuhin), the Montreal Symphony, the Moscow National Orchestra, the Belgian National Orchestra, the Seoul Philharmonic, the Taipei City Symphony, the New Zealand Symphony, and the Jupiter Symphony, among many others. where she studied with Sylvia Rosenberg She also attended the Julliard School Professional Studies Program, studying with Dorothy DeLay and Robert Mann. The Oberlin Conservatory of Music at Oberlin College, founded in 1865, is the nation's oldest continuously operating conservatory, and the only major music school in the country linked with a preeminent college of arts and sciences. The Conservatory offers majors in performance, composition, music education, music theory, electronic and computer music, jazz studies, music history, and a double major in piano performance and vocal accompanying. There are more than 400 public concerts on campus each yearmost of them freeincluding performances by student ensembles, faculty members, and performances and master classes by guest artists.
Kyung Sun Lee Joins Conservatory Faculty violinist kyung sun lee Joins Oberlin Conservatory Faculty. By Charity Johnson 99.Robert K. Dodson, Dean of the Oberlin Conservatory of Music at Oberlin http://www.oberlin.edu/con/bkstage/200108/lee_joins_faculty.html
Extractions: Violinist Kyung Sun Lee Joins Oberlin Conservatory Faculty Robert K. Dodson, Dean of the Oberlin Conservatory of Music at Oberlin College, announces the appointment to Oberlin's faculty of Kyung Sun Lee as assistant professor of violin, effective July 1, 2001. Lee has appeared as a featured soloist with the Munich Radio Orchestra (under the baton of Yehudi Menuhin), the Montreal Symphony, the Moscow National Orchestra, the Belgian National Orchestra, the Seoul Philharmonic, the Taipei City Symphony, the New Zealand Symphony, and the Jupiter Symphony, among many others. Back to the Backstage Pass
Extractions: Kyung Sun Lee, Violin In great demand as a soloist, Kyung Sun Lee also performs frequently in duo with husband Brian Suits, with whom she is one of the newest members of the Community Concerts roster. For years a highly sought after teacher in Seoul, Lee became professor of violin at the Oberlin Conservatory in the fall of 2001. In summers she teaches at several chamber music festivals in both the United States and Korea. Lee is a former member of the acclaimed KumHo/Asiana String Quartet of Korea, with whom she performed worldwide. Lee has recorded two CDs with pianist/husband Brian Suits, "Salut d'Amour" with pianist HaeSun Paik on EMI, several recordings with the KumHo/Asiana String Quartet, "Spanish Heart," with German pianist Peter Schindler and guitarist Sung-Ho Chang on Good International, and a CD in trio with Suits and soprano Jennifer Aylmer. Her latest album, with cellist Tilmann Wick, was released in January of 2004 on Audite Records . Kyung Sun Lee studied at Seoul National University, Peabody Conservatory and The Juilliard School. Her teachers have included Nam Yun Kim, Sylvia Rosenberg, Robert Mann, Dorothy Delay and Hyo Kang.
Extractions: Direction Link: www.northshorecenter.org/direction.htm Profile Pianist Soo Jung Shin , perhaps the most renowned pianist of her generation in our motherland, is a professor of music at the College of Music, Seoul National University. She received her musical training from the Seoul Art High School, SNU from which she graduated with top honors. Continuing her training abroad, she graduated with honor from the Akademie für Music und darstellende Kunst in Austria and studied under Leon Fleisher at the Peabody Conservatory of Music, Johns Hopkins University as a Fulbright fellow. Violinist Kyung Sun Lee , won top prizes at Tchaikovsky, Queen Elizabeth, and Montreal International Competitions. Since September 2001, Ms. Lee has been a professor of violin at Oberlin Conservatory in Ohio. She received her degrees from SNU, Peabody Conservatory and Julliard Music School.
Alle-Kiski Today Online The brilliant Korean violinist kyung sun lee makes her seventh appearance on theSaint Vincent College Concert Series on Saturday, April 16, http://alle-kiskitoday.com/news/1995
Extractions: Local News Webcasts Gallery Classifieds ... Newsletter Monday, September 12, 2005 Home Page Local News Submit News Classifieds ... Local News Advertisement Advertisement Curves of Apollo Local News : Events : VIOLINIST LEE AT SAINT VINCENT COLLEGE CONCERT SERIES APRIL 16 by Submitted Latrobe, April 10, 2005 Sponsor The brilliant Korean violinist Kyung Sun Lee makes her seventh appearance on the Saint Vincent College Concert Series on Saturday, April 16, at 8 p.m. sharp in the Science Center Amphitheatre of Saint Vincent College in Latrobe, Pennsylvania. Brian Suits is the collaborative pianist. Admission to the concert is $20. A Classic Evening at Saint Vincent, with a sitdown dinner at 6 p.m. sharp and a standout concert at 8 p.m. sharp, is available at $30 per person. Ms. Lee will perform Stravinsky's Suite Italienne; Ravel's Sonata; Saint-Saëns'Romance in C Major, Op. 48; and Brahms' Sonata No. 3 in D Minor, Op. 108. Korean violinist Kyung Sun Lee has been a laureate in numerous international violin competitions including the 1994 Tchaikovsky Competition and the 1993 Queen Elizabeth Competition. Other honors include the First Prizes of the D'Angelo and Washington International Competitions, Third Prize in the Montreal International Competition, Second Prize in the Leopold Mozart International Competition in Germany, and Fourth Prize in the Lexus International Violin Competition in New Zealand. Ms. Lee's career has included performances with the Montreal Symphony, Baltimore Chamber Orchestra, Erie Philharmonic, Chautauqua Symphony, Munich Radio Orchestra under the baton of Sir Yehudi Menuhin, Seoul Philharmonic, Taipei City Symphony and New Zealand Symphony. In recital, Ms. Lee has performed throughout the United States, notably in New York, Los Angeles, Honolulu and at the Phillips Collection in Washington, DC.
The World Violinist Links (Page 2 (K-Q)) Profile, concert information and essay by the violinist himself. kyung sun lee.Profile, reviews, audio files, discography and photo at Hunstein Artist http://www2.osk.3web.ne.jp/~wistaria/violinists2.htm
Extractions: Other Violinist Links K Kagan, Oleg (1946 - Jul 15/1990) Latvia/Russia Kaler, Ilya (1963 - ) Russia Ilya Kaler Kameda, Koh-Gabiriel (Jan/1975 - ) Germany-Japan Kamio, Mayuko (1986 - ) Japan Kang, Dong-Suk (Apr 28/1954 - ) Korea/USA Kantorow, Jean-Jacques (Oct/1945 - ) France Jean-Jacques Kantorow Karvay, Dalibor (1985 - ) Slovakia Kashimoto, Daishin (Mar 27/1979 - ) Japan Daishin Kashimoto Daishin Kashimoto Fan Page Profile, discography, concert information, BBS and chat room by Kaoru (
Ionarts PDF file) with violinist kyung sun lee. When I got into the line to find a seat,it stretched from the West Garden Court into the rotunda, around the circle http://ionarts.blogspot.com/2005/03/orchestre-de-chambre-franais-at.html
Paris On The Potomac, 2005 The concert explores the rich musical life of early 20thcentury Paris.violinist kyung sun lee appears as soloist with the orchestra. 630 pm. http://www.washington.org/parisonthepotomac/Music&Dance.htm
Extractions: residentsassocaites.org Performances, lectures and courses pay tribute to the arts, culture, and heritage of France. Please check with residentassociates.org for program specifics. Metro: Smithsonian. Feb. 16 An Evening of Aerial Arts: Cirque du Corcoran/ Reception During Performance Corcoran Gallery of Art corcoran.org As part of "Paris on the Potomac," the citywide celebration of French art and culture, the Corcoran presents the breathtaking aerial artwork of Washington DC-based aerial dance company, Arachne Aerial Arts. The program features dramatic aerial works set against the Corcoran's stunning atrium and inspired by the contemporary jazz ensemble, Paris Combo, as well as by legendary French singer, Edith Piaf. Combining the drama and physicality of European-style circus arts with the fine art sensibility and humanity of modern dance, and accompanied by French music, the airborne duet company will "climb, twist, fall and spin their way into an audience's heart" ( The Washington Post ). Cabaret style seating and French wine, courtesy Ace Beverage enhance the evening. Members $35 Public $40. 7 pm.
Extractions: Seattle Times music critic E-mail this article Print this article Search archive Most read articles ... Most e-mailed articles Other links Search event listings Search movie listings Sign up for Movies e-mail Once again, it was standing room only at the Seattle Chamber Music Society's pre-concert recital Monday evening, with eager patrons lined up along the side walls and the rear of Lakeside's little McKay Chapel. This time, they came to hear pianist Anton Nel, one of the festival's most popular and reliably excellent artists, in a sparkling, mercurial traversal of some Beethoven. Nel chose the witty "Five Variations on 'Rule Britannia,' " and the Rondo in G Major (Op. 51, No. 2), both of them comparative rarities on today's concert stage. Considerably more familiar was the "Les Adieux" Sonata (Op. 81a), given an assured performance full of drama and contrast. Now playing