Sunday, November 15, 2015 at 7:30 p.m.
Faculty Recital by
Chin Kim, violin
Evan Solomon, piano
Sonata E flat Major K302 for Piano and Violin W. A. Mozart
Sonata in G Major Op. 96 for Violin and Piano L.V. Beethoven
Sonata No. 1 in G Minor BWV 1001 for Solo Violin J. S. Bach
Sonata for Violin and Piano M. Ravel
Le Zephyr Op. 30 Nr. 5 for Violin and Piano J. Hubay
International soloist and pedagogue, top and high prizewinner in several of the most prestigious of international violin competitions, including the Concours International Musique de Montréal, the Queen Elisabeth Competition, the Paganini Competition, and the Indianapolis International Violin Competition, Chin Kim, one of the most sought-after of violinists today, has been concertizing extensively throughout North America, Asia, and Europe as guest artist with orchestras as those of Philadelphia, St. Louis, Montréal, Czech Philharmonic, Atlanta Symphony, and with all major orchestras in Korea, with conductors Leonard Slatkin, John Nelson, Myung Whun Chung, Gerhardt Albrecht, Ling Tung, and Ianzug Kakhitzhe.
Evan Solomon, Pianist Evan Solomon has appeared in chamber music and vocal recitals throughout Europe, Asia and the United States, and has been frequently engaged as official pianist at events such as the Hannover International Violin Competition, the International Viola Congress, and the DeLay-Starling Violin Symposium. His performances at the Great Mountains Music Festival have been heard on the Korean Broadcasting System and NPR’s “Performance Today.” He has also appeared on A&E Network with violinist Sarah Chang and cellist Han-Na Chang, and on “Live from Lincoln Center: Perlman at the Penthouse” on PBS. A graduate of Grinnell College with a major in mathematics, he received the Master of Music degree from USC.
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