Lecture & Recital
UNI Gallery of Art
Kamerick Art Building, University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, IA
In conjunction with Nocturnes: Night Skies in Nineteenth-Century Art and The Darker Side of Modern Art, Legacies for Iowa presents the lecture & recital "Nocturnes and Chopin"
Eunkyung Angela Son - cello ShinHyung Kim - piano
Nocturne from 6 pieces, Op. 19 (arranged for cello and piano)--P. Tchaikovsky
Nocturne Op.33 --S. Barber
Andante Spianato et Grande Polonaise Brilliante Op. 22 -- F. Chopin
Polonaise Brilliante for Piano and Cello -- F. Chopin
(Program subject to change)
Pianist, ShinHyung Kim was born in South Korea and graduated from Chung-Ang University in 2011. In 2007, she performed in the concert for excellent freshmen students. In 2009, she won the Second Prize of Haneum Piano Duo Competition. Ms. Kim performed Mozart Piano Concerto No. 9 in Eb Major with National Symphony Orchestra in 2003. During her undergraduate years, she earned Honor Scholarships which were only given to three outstanding students. After earning her B.M. degree in piano performance from Chung-Ang University, she came to the United States. Ms. Kim earned her Master's degree in Piano Performance at Michigan State University, studying with Professor Deborah Moriarty. During her graduate study, she got music scholarship and fellowship from Michigan State University. Also, she had several solo recitals including Greater Lansing Community Concert Series and worked as accompanist for youth choir at Community Music School. In 2014, she participated in master classes at Centro Studi Carlo Della Giocoma in Todi, Italy. She had a master class with professor Blanca Uribe, and attended a music festival, Musikfest (Faribault, Minnesota) in 2016.
ShinHyung Kim is currently studying in the Doctor of Musical Arts program in Piano Performance and Piano Pedagogy at the University of Iowa with Dr. Ksenia Nosikova.
Cellist, Eunkyung Angela Son has performed in Korea, Japan, and the U.S.A in several venues including Carnegie Hall in New York City. As an orchestral musician, she has performed with the Kentucky University Symphony Orchestra, Illinois Symphony Orchestra, Peoria Symphony Orchestra, the Ohio Light Opera, the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Symphony Orchestra, Dubuque Symphony Orchestra, and the Chamber Singers of Iowa City. She has worked for Illinois State University and the University of Iowa as a Teaching Assistant (2009-2011, 2013-2014), and as a member of the Center for New Music Ensemble (2011-2013). She served as associate faculty at the Five Seasons Music Festival in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and faculty at Cello Camp, Wesleyan university in Bloomington, IL and Music Academy, Central College in Pella, Iowa.
Son has participated in music festivals such as the 3rd International Cello Congress in Kobe, Japan (2005) conducted by Mstislav Rostropovich. She also has played at master classes for Lynn Harrell, Amelda Trio, Kurt Baldwin, Matt Haimovitz, Cavani String Quartet, Paul Katz and Melissa Kraut. Son's soloistic performances as a concerto competition winner include Lalo concerto (2004), Haydn concerto in D Major (2005), Vivaldi concerto for two cellos (2007), and Tchaikovsky Rococo Variations (2011).
Son received a BM in cello performance with a 4-year scholarship from Chung-Ang University, South Korea and an MM from Illinois State University. She is currently pursuing a Doctor of Musical Arts in Cello Performance and Pedagogy at the University of Iowa.
For this recital, Son is playing on the cello by J. Spidlen, one of the Instrument collections at the University of Iowa Museum of Art (UIMA). The Cello – made by Jan Spidlen in 1994; winner of the bronze medal at the Manchester International Cello Competition in 1994. It was stolen in Prague in 1994 and was rediscovered in Anchorage, Alaska, in 2014
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