Violinist Jin-Kyung Joen has performed internationally as a member of I Filarmonici di Torino, Accademia Romana, I Soloisti Aquilani, and Quartetto Schulhoff. As soloist, Joen has performed in Italy, Poland, Greece, Korea, and the United States with I Filarmonici di Torino, Melos Aperto Orchestra, Scenabruzzo Orchestra, and L’Aquila-Miami Festival Orchestra. She has appeared in many music festivals, including the Portogruaro International Festival, Brandeis Summer Festival, Sulmona Summer Festival, and Norcia Festival.
 
Joen was a prizewinner at the Yook-Young Competition, The Music World Magazine Competition of Seoul, and she was recipient of a Scholarship of Merit at the Instituto per la Musica del 900 in Atri (Italy). In the 1997-98 season, she was appointed Scholar of the Year by the Liberace Foundation.

During 2002-2005, Joen served as the Focus Program Coordinator at Project STEP, an NEC-sponsored String Training and Education Program for minority students in Boston.

B.M. with honors, Conservatorio G. Nicolini, Piacenza-Italy; M.M., Longy School of Music. Violin studies with Zinaida Gilels, Pavel Vernikov, Ilya Grubert, Mario Ferrais; chamber music with Piero Farulli, Roman Totenberg, Ronald Feldman, Trio Tchaikovski, Lydian Quartet; concerts in the U.S. and Europe; member, La Philharmonica di Torino, I Solisti Aquilani.

2009-07-31


WITHOUT CRAFTSMANSHIP, INSPIRATION IS A MERE REED SHAKEN IN THE WIND. JOHANNES BRAHMS
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NEC Update January 27
Due to the continuing weather conditions, NEC will be closed Wednesday, January 28, for classes, rehearsals and administrative offices. Victor Rosenbaum's faculty recital will go on as scheduled at 8 pm in Jordan Hall. The Jordan Hall building will re-open at 6 pm. 2015-01-27


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