Indivisible Violin and Piano
Ji Won Kim has established a solid career as a soloist in Australia. Winner of ABC young performer of the year in 2009 and Brahms international violin competition in 2005, Ji Won is the only violinist with an artist management nationally and performs regularly with major symphony orchestras. She is part of Trio Bresciani and also has played as guest concertmaster of Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, West Australia Symphony Orchestra as well as Melbourne and Adelaide symphony orchestras
Korean-Australian pianist, Young Kwon Choi concertises internationally as a soloist and collaborative artist. A graduate of the Hochschule für Musik Graz and the Royal Academy of Music, he has won numerous competitions including the 2012 ABC Young Performers Awards (Keyboard) and the Bosendorfer Competition in Austria. Currently based in Seoul, he performs regularly with major symphony orchestras and collaborates with leading ensembles with residencies at the Seoul Arts Centre
Indivisible Violin & Piano
Soloists Ji Won Kim and Young Kwon Choi,
winners of the 2009 and 2012 ABC Symphony Australia Young Performers Awards
Guest soloist Caleb Wright
SkyHigh Promotions presents soloists Ji Won Kim and Young Kwon Choi, two young virtuosi who represent the next generation of global musical talent.
The concert will not only showcase the genius of four romantic composers, but also these fresh, vibrant and utterly committed musicians, which are the hallmark of this duo’s youth and virtuosity!
Come together for a unique afternoon of romantic chamber music...
25th October, 2015
Melbourne Recital Centre, Melbourne
Programme (Duration 60 minutes)
J. Brahms, Sonata No. 1 in G major for violin and piano
J. Halvorsen, Passacaglia for Violin and Viola (Guest Caleb Wright - viola)
F. Chopin, Ballade No. 4 (Piano solo)
H. Wieniawski, Fantaisie Brillante Op. 20 for violin and piano
Be sure to book your tickets early...