2004 Sejong Music Competition (kyung sun lee), Herah Kim (Desiree Ruhstrat). 3rd Place, Sang Won Chung (kyungsun lee), Thomas Huntington (Cyrus Forough) Jaeyon Chung (Gerardo Ribeiro) http://www.sejongsociety.org/2004sc_competition_winners.htm
Music Department Concert Series Saturday, April 16, SAINT VINCENT COLLEGE CONCERT SERIES kyung sun lee, violin8 pm SCA Admission $20. sunday, April 17, DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS http://facweb.stvincent.edu/academics/FineArts/music/concert.html
Music Schools Featuring Violin Education Oberlin, OH, Gregory Fulkerson, Andrew Jennings, kyung sun lee, MarilynMcDonald (Baroque Violin), Milan Vitek Peabody Institute http://suewidemark.com/musicschoollinx.htm
Extractions: Music Schools featuring violin education If you know of a good music school, send me the URL and I'll check it out! Updated: April 17, 2004 Name, address and website Violin Faculty American International Conservatory, Chicago, Illinois http://www.americanconservatory.edu Charles Pickler, Rebecca Yoon, Marvin Ziporyn ASU School of Music, Tempe,AZ
About Korea The Waning Moon by lee Yoonkyung, which drew the attention of the Bagnolet Pianist Lim Dong-chang and violinist Eugene Park also participated in the http://www.korea.net/korea/kor_loca.asp?code=H020506
Henriette Reiss Award | Hawthorne Valley School ÝHe graduated with a BA from Oberlin College in May 2003, majoring in violinperformance (studying with kyung sun lee) while taking his preengineering http://www.hawthornevalleyschool.org/high/reiss.html
Extractions: Award College Henriette Reiss Award The Henriette Reiss Award for artistic endeavor is intended to help Hawthorne Valley School students or graduates further their education. It was created through the generosity of Elizabeth Hughes Papas, to honor the work and spirit of Henriette Reiss, artist and teacher (1889-1992). Henriette Reiss Henriette Reiss Henriette Reiss She developed her own method for teaching, the Henriette Reiss Method of Rhythmic Design, and gave courses at numerous institutions; for seven years she conducted special Rhythmic Design classes for teachers, under the auspices of the New York City Board of Education. In 1938 she went back to Europe and stayed for three years, traveling and painting mostly in France and Switzerland. Henriette became a naturalized American citizen and lived in New York City for much of her life; from the late 1940s on, she spent most summers at her house in Woodstock, New York. In 1964, when she was 75, she retired from teaching at FIT (Fashion Institute of Technology, New York City). She spent the last 25 years of her life living near her son, Tjark, in Columbia County, New York, where she died on July 17, 1992, at the age of 103.
Extractions: Form Henriette Reiss Award The Henriette Reiss Award for artistic endeavor is intended to help Hawthorne Valley School students or graduates further their education. It was created through the generosity of Elizabeth Hughes Papas, to honor the work and spirit of Henriette Reiss, artist and teacher (1889-1992). Henriette Reiss Henriette Reiss Henriette Reiss She developed her own method for teaching, the Henriette Reiss Method of Rhythmic Design, and gave courses at numerous institutions; for seven years she conducted special Rhythmic Design classes for teachers, under the auspices of the New York City Board of Education. In 1938 she went back to Europe and stayed for three years, traveling and painting mostly in France and Switzerland. Henriette became a naturalized American citizen and lived in New York City for much of her life; from the late 1940s on, she spent most summers at her house in Woodstock, New York. In 1964, when she was 75, she retired from teaching at FIT (Fashion Institute of Technology, New York City). She spent the last 25 years of her life living near her son, Tjark, in Columbia County, New York, where she died on July 17, 1992, at the age of 103.
Asian Youth Orchestra Kang Gi sun, F, Korea. Kang Ji Hye, F, Korea. lee Chen Jui, F, Taiwan. lee HwaYoung, F, Korea Park Hyun kyung, F, Korea. Park sun Shin, F, Korea http://www.ayohk.com/public_html/ayo new site 2/history 2001.html
Extractions: HOT NEWS AYO TV Special! 2004 Tour report! Advisory Board / Administration Advisory Board Executive Committee Administration Audition 2004 Announcement Application form Local Representatives Results Orchestra 2004 Conductors Orchestra members Soloists Rehearsal Camp 2004 Handbook Tour 2004 My AYO e-mail Get Your FREE AYO E-mail Account Check e-mail History How it all began
Extractions: P.O. Box 60341, Potomac, Maryland 20859 ABOUT US A HISTORY OF THE SOCIETY OUR ARTISTS THE APPLICATION PROCESS ... OPENING PAGE Our Artists and Their Performances DATE FEATURED ARTIST(S) INSTRUMENT VENUE ACCOMPANIST 29-Nov-80 Hanwon Choi Violin JCC Scott Faigen 17-Oct-81 Dae Wook Lee and Yong Hee Moon Duo Piano UMD Auditorium N/A 17-Apr-82 David Kim Violin JCC Sandra Rivers 23-Sep-82 Jung Ae Lee Soprano Terrace Theater William Huckaby 12-Mar-83 Henry Choi (Piano) , David Oh (Cello) , Sumi Kay (Piano) , Ho Ahn (Cello) , Jin Kyung Lee (Violin), and Jin Yeo Choi (Piano) Mixed JCC N/A 21-Oct-83 Young Ho Kim Piano Terrace Theater N/A 26-Oct-84 Sarah Kwak Violin Terrace Theater Rita Sloan 12-Oct-85 Hae Kyung Lee Piano Terrace Theater N/A 4-Oct-86 Helen Kim Cello Terrace Theater David Oei 24-Oct-87 Sung-Won Yun (Violin) , Wha-Jin Hong (Cello), and Yun-Jung Chang (Piano) Piano Trio Terrace Theater Gail Niwa 29-Oct-88 Chee-Yun Kim Violin Terrace Theater Stephen Lazarus 23-Sep-89 Wonmi Kim Piano Terrace Theater N/A 10-Nov-90 Sang Min Park Cello Terrace Theater Noreen Cassidy-Polera 3-Mar-91 Mia Sohn Violin Terrace Theater Lisa Emenheiser-Logan 5-Oct-91 Catherine H. Cho
The Carl Nielsen International Music Competitions Lærere Milan Vitek og kyung sun lee Born on April 26, 1987. Studies NationalConservatory, Seoul and Oberlin Teachers Milan Vitek and kyung sun lee http://www.odensesymfoni.dk/cncomp/sideindhold.asp?sideid=315&sprog=1
Korean Soundtrack 03. dan han bun eh sarang (Violin Version) lee Sang Hoon 01. seul peunhyang gi - Hong sun kyung 02. gi uk eh cho sang - lee Wook Hyun http://vcd-corner.com/st01k.html
Reviews.html Paul Cox/Roald Simonson, Yunkyung lee/Claudia Esslinger, CP First/Matt His piece, a duo for piano and violin titled Black sun, was played with http://www.cpfirst.net/reviews.html
Extractions: ".. .The most complete identification of composition and performer was Chicago composer C. P. First's Tantrum , a piece written for virtuoso Dimitris Marinos . . . [who] both dazzled his listeners with his ability to project contrasting musical events and astonished them with the musicality with which he traversed the difficult writing. First had written an insistent pattern that underlay the melodic evolutionenough music, really, for two players, although Marinos handled it all himselfand the work developed as a concise and forceful musical idea . . . The brief stunned silence that followed the last note was the kind of tribute musicians live for . . ." The Boston Globe
Extractions: By Benjamin Frandzel This has been a bountiful time for new Korean music. Just last week, Citywinds collaborated with the superb Contemporary Music Ensemble Korea, a group of forward-looking performers on Korean instruments. A couple of days later came an event billed as Korean Musical Ceremony, in three Bay Area venues, last Monday in Herbst Theater. The first half of that program was devoted to performances of secular, court, and religious works by a series of distinguished Korean performers. After that, these musicians joined the Santa Cruz-based Ensemble Parallèle, led by Nicole Paiement, for the unveiling of a major new music and dance work by Hi Kyung Kim, Rituel II . Kim, who teaches at UC Santa Cruz, created this work as a sequel to her Rituel , which remains a strong memory for me as the highlight of last year's Other Minds Festival. Like her earlier work, Rituel II functions not only as a concert piece, but as a full memorial ceremony, honoring the dead in a sometimes peaceful, sometimes cathartic manner. While the original
Asian American Personalities kyungWha Chung violinist. Ann Curry News Anchor Woman. Dean Devlin. Phoebe Eng KW lee Journalist. Cho-Liang (Jimmy) Lin violinist http://www.vancouver.wsu.edu/fac/pavithra/asian american personalities.htm
Extractions: Philip Ahn Actor Toshiko Akiyoshi Pianist; Jazz conductor with Toshiko Akioyshi Jazz Orchestra Tia Carrere Actress Han-Na Chang Cellist Sarah Chang Violinist. Margaret Cho Comedian Connie Chung Television reporter Kyung-Wha Chung Violinist Ann Curry News Anchor Woman Dean Devlin Phoebe Eng Sessue Hayakawa (1889-1973) Film actor,producer and writer. Nancy Kwan Actress Brooke Lee Miss Universe 1997 Ang Lee Movie Director Chris Lee Founder Chris Lee Productions K. W. Lee Journalist Cho-Liang (Jimmy) Lin Violinist Felicia Lowe Producer/Director Yo Yo Ma Cellist; Winner of 1998 Best Classical Album Grammy Award Pat Morita Actor; Haing Ngor Actor Dustin Nguyen Actor Yoko Ono Artist; musician; author Seiji Ozawa Symphony conductor Nam June Paik Beulah Quo Actress Keanu Reeves Actor Phil Rhee Actor/producer. Peter Shiao Film producer James Shigeta Actor Kamiyama Sojin (1891-1954) Actor. Shoji Tabuchi Violinist; country western star in Branson, MO. Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa Actor George Takei Actor; Sulu from Star Trek
Return To Archives kyungsun Chee, violin Faculty Recital. Brechemin Auditorium. Seattle PublicLibrary, lee Auditorium. Marvin Bell will read from _Nightworks_. http://depts.washington.edu/uwch/calendar/archives/cal86.htm
Extractions: Kyung-Sun Chee, violin: Faculty Recital. Brechemin Auditorium. A musical journey through three very distinctive and active artistic centers of Central Europe over a period of 150 years from Bonn to Moscow by way of Budapest, from Beethoven's early bouts with romanticism to Dohnanyi's aristocratic elegance to Prokofiev's personal and tragic testimony to World War II. Program: Prokofiev: Sonata No. 1 in F minor; Beethoven: Sonata No. 6 in A major; Dohnanyi: Sonata in C minor. Ticket Prices: $5 Student/Sr.; $8 General Admission; Notecard Event. For more information please call 543-1201.
Contributors2 Sam and Kelly lee Matt and Claudia Lehr Mr. Li Se Jung and kyung In Lim Jefferson sun WeiHung Li Chau-Chaud Tsai Gregory V. Wadden, DDS Ruth lee and http://www.ecys.org/contributors2.htm
Performance Schedule Guest soloist kyung sun lee, violin, April 25, 730 pm , the Met. *UniversityBig Band. Guest artist Shelly Berg, Tuesday, April 26, 730 pm the Met. http://www.gonzaga.edu/Academics/Colleges and Schools/College of Arts and Scienc
Extractions: Take Me to... About Academics Admissions Athletics Campus Resources Student Life Search University Info Summer Session Apply for Admission Bookstore Contact Us Diversity Employment at GU Financial Aid Library Make a Gift People Locator Register Technology at GU Transcript Request Visit University Ministry Zagweb Performance Schedule Except For Special Professional Events, Music Department Concerts Are FREE to Gonzaga University Students, Faculty and Staff. Call (509) 323-6733 for more information. Symphony Orchestra. Monday, October 10, 7:30 p.m. The Met. Jazz Night @ Coffeehouse. Wednesday, October 12. 8:00 p.m. Gonzaga Choir. Friday, October 21, 7:30 p.m. St. Aloysius Church. Wind Ensemble. Thursday, November 17, 7:30 p.m. The Met. Vocal Recital. Saturday, November 19, 2:00 p.m., AD 101. Vocal Recital. Sunday, November 20, 2:00 p.m., AD 101. Chorale.
Colorado Music Alliance New artistfaculty members include Koichiro Harada, Connie Heard, kyung sun lee,violin; Roberto Diaz, viola; Stephen Geber, cello; Michael Baitzer, http://www.coloradomusicalliance.com/presscenter.cfm?id=4
KBS Symphony Orchestra kyungsun lee/violin Dirk Brosse/Millennium Overture S.Rachmaninoff/Piano concertono.3, d minor, op.30 Dirk Brosse Black, White and in Between http://kbsso.kbs.co.kr/eng/cds/view.php?idx=13&page=1
PREVIEW OF EVENTS (11/28/99) Performing will be Janice Weber, piano; kyung sun lee, violin; Alexis Pia Gerlach,cello; Andrea Axelrod, soprano and narrator; and Sheryl Henze, flute. http://www.ukrweekly.com/Archive/1999/489936.shtml
Extractions: PREVIEW OF EVENTS Saturday-Sunday, December 4-5 WASHINGTON: A Christmas Bazaar, sponsored by the Ukrainian Catholic National Shrine of the Holy Famine, 4250 Harewood Road NE, will be held December 4 at 10 a.m.-6 p.m. and December 5 at 11:30 a.m.-4 p.m. The bazaar will feature Ukrainian foods, ethnic and holiday crafts, religious articles, books, treasures from the attic, bake sale goodies, raffles and more. For further information, call (202) 526-3737, (703) 360-9310 or (301) 779-1882. HARTFORD, Conn.: The Ukrainian National Women's League of America, Hartford branches, will hold a Holiday Food Fair and Bazaar on December 4 at 10 a.m.-4 p.m., and on December 5 at 9:30 a.m. -1 p.m. in the school hall behind St. Michael's Ukrainian Catholic Church, 125 Wethersfield Ave. Delicious ethnic food and baked goodies will be available, as well as crafts and painting, and art work. Ample parking, free admission. Sunday, December 5 Saturday, December 11 NEW YORK: "Music at the Institute" presents a concert program titled "Anniversaries," featuring works by Chopin, Poulenc and Martinu, respectively, Trio for Piano, Violin and Violincello in G Minor, Op. 8; "The Story of Babar, the Little Elephant" and Trio for Flute, Violoncello and Piano. Performing will be Janice Weber, piano; Kyung Sun Lee, violin; Alexis Pia Gerlach, cello; Andrea Axelrod, soprano and narrator; and Sheryl Henze, flute. The concert, sponsored by an anonymous benefactor, will be held at the Ukrainian Institute of America, 2 E. 79th St., at 8 p.m. Tickets: $20; UIA members, $15; senior citizens and students, $10. For more information call the institute, (212) 288-8660.