Kyung Sun Lee, Violin violinist kyung sun lee on the Hunstein Artist Services website. violin competitions in the early 90s, violinist kyung sun lee has enjoyed everincreasing popularity as a performer. http://www.hunsteinartists.com/lee.html
Extractions: In great demand as a soloist, Lee has been guest artist with the Montreal Symphony , the Erie Philharmonic , the Baltimore and Gainesville Chamber Orchestras , the Jupiter Symphony in New York City, the Munich Radio Orchestra and the Seoul Philharmonic . She performs frequently with pianist-husband Brian Suits, with whom she is one of the newest stars on the Community Concerts roster. Her CD releases include: Salut d'Amour with pianist HaeSun Paik on EMI and Spanish Heart with German pianist Peter Schindler and guitarist Sung-Ho Chang on Good International. Lee also recorded two CDs with pianist/husband Brian Suits: sonatas of Bartok, Debussy, and Prokoviev; and Points Unknown including show pieces and shorter works. In July of 2002 recorded with cellist Tilmann Wick in Germany, and taught at the Aria music festival in Ontario, Canada the next month.
Digital Chosunilbo (English Edition) : Daily News In English About Korea Upto-date Daily English News About Korea, Service by The Digital Chosunilbo In-sun (email@example.com). WASHINGTON - The first all-Korean orchestra in the United States has been formed in Washington, D.C. Korean-American violinist lee kyung-sin http://english.chosun.com/w21data/html/news/200206/200206210041.html
Extractions: WASHINGTON - The first all-Korean orchestra in the United States has been formed in Washington, D.C. Korean-American violinist Lee Kyung-sin (37) switched hats to become the music director for the Washington Korean Symphony Orchestra, and she selected 45 members for the orchestra through auditions last April. The opening ceremony to mark the formation of the new orchestra took place on June 17 at the Washington Korean Church in Virginia. Lee said, ¡°My plans are to raise talented young people in the Washington area and give Korean musicians an opportunity to display their abilities to improve the cultural level of Korean society.¡± She added, ¡°There are worries because a non-profit Korean orchestra cannot give its members sufficient pay, but I was surprised to find that many highly-skilled Korean musicians were not interested in compensation but only the opportunity to perform together.¡± Lee said in conclusion, ¡°In the future, we will have concerts different from the existing ¡®concerts with a theme¡¯ or ¡®concerts with comments¡¯ to promote the understanding of music among Korean teenagers.¡±
Lee-Suits Duo violinist kyung sun lee has been a laureate in the Tchaikowsky, Queen Elisabeth,Washington, D'Angelo and Montreal International Competitions. http://www.hunsteinartists.com/slduo.html
Extractions: Kyung Sun Lee and Brian Suits , a dynamic husband and wife duo, have been praised for their superb performances on disc and in the concert hall. Their recitals are characterized not only by compelling renditions of the masterworks, but also by a surprisingly innovative blend of lighter and lesser-known repertoire. "Lost" masterpieces from the last century, as well as Gershwin, Porter, American traditionals and even Suits' own harmonically opulent, rhythmically charged works are part of their repertoire. Additionally, Suits and Lee vary their concerts by including solo offerings along with their duo presentations, giving lively and informative comments on the works presented. Winter 2001 they toured the Midwest to rave reviews and ovations for Suits' newest composition for piano and violin, "Irish Folk Song Medley". Pianist Brian Suits is a versatile artist who, in addition to work as a soloist, collaborative artist and chamber musician, is also an accomplished improvisational artist, as well as a composer whose output runs the gamut from serious modern works to jazz pieces and popular songs. His compositions have been heard in Merkin Hall and on WQXR and WNYC Radio in New York City. Additionally, Mr. Suits was a finalist in the 1995 Schirmer Music Young Composer's Competition, and in the 1997 Rene Fisher Foundation Composer Awards. Solo recordings include a set of 22 CDs of Mozart, Haydn, and Beethoven piano sonatas and Czerny etudes for Dong-Hwa Music Publishers, released in Korea.
Kyung Sun Lee Joins Conservatory Faculty violinist kyung sun lee Joins Oberlin Conservatory Faculty. By CharityJohnson 99. Robert K. Dodson, Dean of the Oberlin Conservatory 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
Events Saint Vincent College Concert Series. kyung sun lee, violinist. 8 PM, SCA Admission $16 http://www.facweb.stvincent.edu/academics/FineArts/events.html
Kyung Sun Lee Joins Conservatory firstname.lastname@example.org. violinist kyung sun lee JOINS STRING FACULTYAT THE OBERLIN CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC. AUGUST 10, 2001Robert 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.
The World Violinist Links (Page 2 (K-Q)) L. Laredo, Jaime (Jun 7/1941 ) Bolivia/USA Jaime Laredo - violinist Conductor lee,kyung sun ( - ) Korea/USA kyung sun lee Official site with profile, photo 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 Kang, Dong-Suk (Apr 28/1954 - ) Korea/USA Kantorow, Jean-Jacques (Oct/1945 - ) France Karvay, Dalibor (1985 - ) Slovakia Kashimoto, Daishin (Mar 27/1979 - ) Japan Daishin Kashimoto Daishin Kashimoto Fan Page Kashimoto Daishin Concert information and BBS by N.M. (
Faculty Since winning or placing in numerous international violin competitions in the early90s, violinist kyung sun lee has enjoyed everincreasing popularity as a http://www.uwm.edu/PSOA/Music/mcmf/faculty.html
Extractions: chamber music groups. The Essex Quartet, managed by Columbia Artists Management, was supported by a grant from Chamber Music America and a residency at Rutgers University. The Beijing String Quartet won first prize in the China National String Quartet Competition. The Beijing Chamber Players performed in the auspicious venues of the Forbidden City Music Festival and the Beijing Concert Hall. The Kneisel Trio held summer residencies at the MidAmerica Chamber Music Institute in Ohio and is currently at the Troy Public Library Chamber Music Institute in Michigan. Ms. Chan, born in Detroit of Chinese parentage, graduated Magna Cum Laude from Brown University, where she earned musical honors and a Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience. She earned a full scholarship from The Juilliard School as a student of Joseph Fuchs, where she completed both her master's and doctoral degrees. She taught at the Juilliard School as an assistant to both Professor Fuchs and the Juilliard String Quartet. She also taught for several years in Beijing at the Central Conservatory and the Capital Normal University. Ms. Chan performs primarily in the U.S. and China. She can be heard on the compact disc labels of RCA Victor, Centaur, Annsam, and ESS.A.Y Recordings.
Our Artists sonatas and Czerny etudes. He is seen often on the concert stagewith his wife, violinist kyung sun lee. They have recorded two http://www.musacom.com/brian.htm
Alla Breve - Alumni Notes violinist kyung sun lee (ARTD '92) will perform the Godard Concerto No. 2 withJens Nygaard and the Jupiter Symphony on March 8 and 9 in New York City. http://www.peabody.jhu.edu/cons/alumni/alla-breve/alla1-99.html
Extractions: January/February 1999 JOHN BABCOCK (BM '87, MM '89) is currently a member of the U.S. Naval Academy Band. In November, Petty Officer Babcock, along with Monte Maxwell, Naval Academy organist, gave a recital in conjunction with the Free State Organ Society at the Naval Academy Chapel. The program featured Baroque and Romantic pieces for trumpet and organ. Petty Officer Babcock has served on the faculty of Frederick Community College, Anne Arundel Community College, and Peabody Institute Preparatory Division. Prep alum DAVID BUECHNER performed both Chopin piano concertos in September with the Jupiter Symphony, Jens Nygaard, conductor, in New York City in his new persona as SARA DAVIS BUECHNER. She was the subject of an article in the New York Times on September 15, 1998. HEIDI KITTEN BRANN (BM '94, GPD '95) is the new Principal Oboe of the Milwaukee Ballet and she continues to free lance in the upper Midwest. Her husband, GERALD BRANN (BM '94, MM '95) continues as Principal Cello with the South Bend Symphony in Indiana. He will perform the Haydn Concerto in C with the orchestra in March. He is also Assistant Principal Cello in the Northwest Indiana Symphony.
Alla Breve - Alumni Notes In November, violinist kyung sun lee (MM'90, AD'92) performed Godard's ConcertoRomantique with the Jupiter Symphony at the Good Shepherd Presbyterian Church http://www.peabody.jhu.edu/cons/alumni/alla-breve/alla5-98.html
Extractions: May/June 1998 PETER BAY (MM'80) has been appointed Music Director and Conductor of the Austin Symphony Orchestra in Austin, TX. Prep Alumna TONYA BROWN INGERSOL has accepted an invitation to become Chairperson of the Board of Directors for the Walden School in Dublin, NH. She will formally join the board in July, and will work closely with the administration in maintaining and furthering the mission of The Walden School. Pianist WENDY CHEN (BM'94, MM'95) appeared in a recital of artists on the Young Concert Artists roster in February at the 92nd Street Y in New York City. In March, violist CHRISTIAN COLBERG (BM'89, MM'91, GPD'93) and pianist CLINTON ADAMS (MM'83) performed at Alice Tully Hall in Lincoln Center, along with violinist Wilfredo Deglans on the "Musica de Camera" series, which presents Puerto Rican artists. The program included a new work by JOSE PE¥A AGUAYO (BM'96). In February, violinist JOSE CUETO (BM'78, MM'81) and pianist NANCY ROLDAN (MM'76, DMA'89) performed music from their new CD, Celebrations, which contains music by THOMAS BENJAMIN and is dedicated to the memory of cellist DANIEL MALKIN (AD'90), at the Bibelot Book Store's "Music to Your Ears" series in Timonium, MD. The duo has also performed on the "State of the Arts" series at the U.S. State Department in Washington, D.C., in addition to a recital at the Charlestown Community Chapel in Catonsville, MD, in March. The Columbia Pro Cantare, with Music Director FRANCIS MOTYCA DAWSON (TC'61, BM 62, MM'67), presented a Spring Concert at Zion United Methodist Church in Cambridge, MD, in March. Ms. Dawson also conducted the Pro Cantare and RAY SPRENKLE'S (BM'70, MM'71, DMA'79) Second Presbyterian Church choir in a collaborative performance of Mozart's Requiem at Second Presbyterian in Baltimore in March. The performance featured RANDALL WOODFIELD (DMA'93) as baritone soloist. Also on the program was the premiere of Walt Whitman's That Music Always Round Me by Mr. Sprenkle.
Events October 20. Saint Vincent College Concert Series; kyung sun lee, violinist;8 PM, SCA Admission $16. October 26, Saint Vincent College http://facweb.stvincent.edu/Academics/FineArts/events.html
Inside Clemson Tuesday, October 15. violinist kyung sun lee and Pianist Brian Suits A husbandand-wifeteam noted for their innovative programming. 8 pm, Brooks Theatre. http://clemsonews.clemson.edu/Inside_archive/Inside_files.10.4.96/calendar.html
Extractions: Homecoming weekend will focus on tradition this year as the University celebrates 100 years of Clemson football. The 1996 edition of Tigerama will borrow the theme "A Rock Solid Tradition for 100 Years" from the Football Centennial for the annual homecoming extravaganza to be held Friday, Oct. 18, in Memorial Stadium. A 7 p.m. pep rally will be followed at 7:30 p.m. by skits, based on Clemson's history, performed by student organizations, the crowning of Miss Homecoming, a performance by the Dixie skydivers and a gigantic fireworks display. Tickets are $2 in advance and $3 at the gate. Advance tickets are available on the University Union loggia and at the Alumni Center, Schilletter Dining Hall and area businesses. Public appearances by teams of matched Clydesdale horses have been a tradition of Anheuser-Busch for 63 years. An eight-horse hitch of the world-famous Budweiser Clydesdales (above) will be on campus Saturday, Oct. 19, before the noon game. Beginning at approximately 9 a.m., the horses can be seen at a staging area on the practice field near Jervey Athletic Center and parading around the vicinity of Memorial Stadium. Just prior to the pre-game activities on the field, the Clydesdales will circle Fike Recreation Center (G Street to Williamson Road to Heisman Street, past the motor pool) and join the Tiger Band on Fort Hill Street for a festive march to the stadium. To qualify for one of three traveling hitches, these bay geldings must stand six feet at the shoulder, weigh between 1,800 and 2,300 pounds and have four white stocking feet, a blaze of white on the face and a black mane and tail. The hitches make more than 600 appearances each year from thousands of invitations. Their Upstate visit, including appearances Oct. 13 at the Anderson Speedway, Oct. 17 in downtown Greenville and Oct. 18 at Oktoberfest in Walhalla, was arranged by Rodney Williams of Budweiser of Anderson and by Budweiser of Greenville. Williams was the Tigers' starting quarterback in 1985-88 and now provides color commentary for the Clemson Sports Network radio broadcasts.
Inside Clemson Tuesday, October 15. violinist kyung sun lee and Pianist Brian Suits A husbandand wife team noted for their innovative programming. 8 pm, Brooks Theatre. http://clemsonews.clemson.edu/Inside_archive/Inside_files.9.20.96/CALENDAR.HTML
Extractions: The conventions are over and the candidates are in a final six-week push toward Election Day Nov. 5. This display of memorabilia provides an interesting and often humorous look at presidential politics of the past. The exhibit, which includes campaign buttons, editorial cartoons, inauguration tickets and programs, and souvenirs such as the vintage post card above, is in the special collections area of the Strom Thurmond Institute building. The run of the exhibit has been extended through Jan. 20, 1997. Thursday, October 3 "The Architecture of Value and the Value of Architecture in the Age of Information" by Michael Benedikt, Center for American Architecture and Design, University of Texas at Austin. Sponsored by the Clemson Advancement Foundation for Design+Building. 7:30 p.m., Lyles Auditorium, Lee Hall. (656-3085) Thursday, October 10 "Ethnicity and Humor" by Avner Ziv, professor of psychology at Tel Aviv University. Sponsored by the parks, recreation and tourism management department, B'nai B'rith Hillel and the Strom Thurmond Institute. 7:30 p.m., Self Auditorium. (656-0605) Thursday, October 3
Newsletter (Fall 1999) his wife, the noted pianist Tatiana Tchekina, his son, violinist Peter Krysa by JaniceWeber (piano), Andrea Axelrod (narrator), kyung sun lee (violin), Alexis http://www.ukrainianinstitute.org/newsletter.html
Extractions: Oct. 22 Hutsaliuk Exhibit Opening. A major retrospective of the works of Liuboslav Hutsaliuk (b. 1923 in Lviv). One of the Ukrainian diaspora's most admired - and collected-artists, Hutsaliuk is a master in the use of color. Working in an expressionist style, he uses both spatula and brush to produce paintings that have been described as "multicolored mosaics." Hutsaliuk has exhibited throughout Europe and the U.S., and is a member of La Societe des Artistes Independants de Paris and the Ukrainian Artists' Association in the U.S. (Thru Nov. 7; works will be available for purchase. ) Oct. 23
Russell Library This concert showcases the talents of three young virtuosi pianist/composerBrian Suits, violinist kyung sun lee, and soprano Jennifer Aylmer. http://russelllibrary.org/events.htm
Extractions: Events at Russell Library in April Hours Russell Library will be closed April 18 and 20, 2003. Regular hours for Saturday, April 19 th are 9am-5pm. The library will reopen on Monday, April 21 st at 9am. EXHIBITS AT RUSSELL LIBRARY April will highlight the work of very young artists as Russell Library celebrates the Week of the Young Child. Hundreds of little masterpieces from the imaginations of pre-schoolers will be on display. Indian heads? Flying eagles? Walking Liberty? In the glass cases, view a remarkable collection of United States coins and currency from the early days of the Republic to today. The collectors of the Middlesex Coin Club are mounting this display, sure to be of great interest. ONE BOOK, ONE MIDDLETOWN CELEBRATE NATIONAL LIBRARY WEEK AT RUSSELL LIBRARY! BOOK DISCUSSIONS RETURN Russell Library is happy to host Hedda Kopf for A Time for Ideas in Libraries spring session. This is the 17th discussion series Hedda has led here, of the librarys more than 25 recent book discussions, and this year promises to be very thought-provoking. Questions that are important in our lives are always addressed, and this series will examine, "Families: Endurance in the Midst of Change." Each evening we will discuss family memoirs by prominent contemporary writers. April brings a discussion of
About SAC pianist GunWoo Baik, violinist Mi-kyung lee and Elisa lee Night featured three movies, Chul-Jin lee, the Spy Chinese Restaurant , and When the sun Rises in http://www.sac.or.kr/eng/about/1999/report04_1.html
Extractions: In the spring season, I-Sang Yun's "Sim Tjong" was presented along with four other operas. In the fall season, Berlioz's "Faust" and three operas were presented. The two opera festivals were highly praised for the diversity they brought to the repertoire of Korean opera, In addition, a more mature production system and performance operations have greatly contributed to making the Opera Festival a major program at the Opera House
All Things Strings: Reviews The second of violinist Sylvia Rosenbergs three Weill Hall recitals was even adistinguished teacher, and one of her former students, kyung sun lee, gave a http://www.stringsmagazine.com/issues/Strings87/Reviews.shtml
Extractions: Excerpted from Strings magazine, July 2000, No. 87 Mexican cellist Carlos Prieto. On Stage Potpourri By Edith Eisler The millennial spring season was a heady mix of old and new music and established and aspiring performers, including some very promising debuts. Taiwanese cellist Kenneth Kuo made his New York recital debut at Weill Hall, partnered by the fine pianist Noreen Cassidy-Polera. Kua is an excellent player, with an effortless technique, a beautiful, warm tone, and an unabashedly romantic soul; his love for the music infused every note. The Rachmaninov Sonata was flexible but steady, expressive but not effusive; Schumanns Adagio and Allegro was less restrained but too honestly felt to seem excessive. Kuo performed his own virtuosic arrangement of Chopins Introduction et Polonaise brilliante and also played his own transcriptions of three Taiwanese folksongs. In Bachs C-Major Adagio, his expressiveness almost redeemed his romantic approach. The distinguished Mexican cellist Carlos Prieto returned to Alice Tully Hall with his splendid pianist Edison Quintana for a program featuring South American works, two of them New York premieres: Revueltas