CALENDAR OF EVENTS
September 29 - October 3, 2022
Conservatory at the University of Missouri-Kansas City
Kansas City, MO
RESIDENCY WORKING WITH UMKC STUDENTS
Working with students, giving masterclasses and coachings
October 3, 2022
White Recital Hall at the University of Missouri-Kansas City
Kansas City, MO
PIANO TRIO CONCERT
Mathew Fuerst’s new Piano Trio, Mendelssohn Trio in D minor, and Zhou Long’s Spirit of Chimes performed by UMKC faculty Karen Savage, with special guests and former Chiara Quartet members Hyeyung Yoon and Gregory Beaver.
October 21, 2022, 1:30 PM CST
University of Nebraska at Kearney - Fine Arts Building
COMMISSIONED COMPOSITION PREMIERE AT THE NMTA CONFERENCE
World Premiere of Mathew Fuerst's Violin and Piano Sonata performed by Hyeyung Sol Yoon, violin and Mathew Fuerst, piano at the Nebraska Music Teachers Association 2022 Conference.
October 24-30, 2022
PILLOW LAB AT JACOB'S PILLOW
Yoon is creating musical works for a project led by artists and dancers Michael Sakamoto (Butoh) and George de la Peña (Ballet) and will be in residence at Jacob’s Pillow with her colleagues in October 2022 developing the work.
November 7-12, 2022
ARTIST RESIDENCY WITH HANJI ARTIST AIMEE LEE
Residency at Aimee Lee's Hanji Studio developing a collection of musical and visual poems called Uhmuhni, a collaboration between Yoon and Hanji artist Aimee Lee inspired by the often unheard stories of Korean and Korean-American women.
December 4, 2022, 8:00 PM EST
Nong is an ancient Korean term meaning “to play”—here, the joy of discovering new ways of playing when different cultures intersect. gamin, a Korean-born NYC-based multi-instrumentalist specializing in traditional Korean wind, along with her collaborators, places instruments and concepts from traditional Korean music alongside a variety of American musical elements. With Nong, gamin and her collaborators—the string quartet Interwoven and electronic sound artist Yoon-Ji Lee—hope to diversify American audiences’ aesthetic understanding of East Asia.
December 8, 2022, 8:00 PM EST
Miller Theatre at Columbia University
New York, NY
BACH KEYBOARD CONCERTOS WITH ENSEMBLE BAROKLYN
Bach wrote many concertos for harpsichord throughout his lifetime and given his attraction to the possibilities of counterpoint and harmony, it comes as no surprise that one keyboard could not satisfy his imagination. In this program, Simone Dinnerstein partners with fellow pianists Wael Farouk and Awadagin Pratt alongside Ensemble Baroklyn for a thrilling piano extravaganza.