2018-11-14

PROFESSORS/FACULTY

GUEST PROFESSOR  PIANO Prof. Choong Mo Kang
Teaching Languages : English, Korean

The Korean-born pianist, Choong-Mo Kang, is a graduate of Seoul National University. He received his master's degree from the San Francisco Conservatory, and his Artist's Diploma from Peabody Conservatory. While pursuing his DMA degree at Peabody Conservatory, he was appointed as a member of the Peabody piano faculty. He is the winner of Dong-A Competition in Korea, the Pacific International Piano Competition, the Frinna Awerbuch International Piano Competition, the Louise D. McMahan International Music Competition.

Choong-Mo Kang He has appeared throughout the USA. Japan and Korea as a soloist and recitalist. He has won plaudits from critics around the world for his acclaimed performances with the London Philharmonic Orchestra, Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra as well as Korea's leading orchestras. His poetic intensity and confident simplicity of true talent captured the audiences in his performances at the Carnegie Hall, The Opera House in Sydney, London, and Oxford. 
His honorary performances in Moscow and St. Petersburg to commemorate the 10th anniversary of Russia's revered pianist Tatiana Nikolayeva's death received an astounding reception.

Few undertakings are as stirring as pianist Choong-Mo Kang’s five-year endeavor to master and perform J.S. Bach's entire works for the keyboard. His startlingly original and audacious attempt is the musical embodiment of genius and undoubtedly an asset to western classical music. His utter absorption in the task of musical expression and his rethinking of J.S. Bach is an unquestionable icon of classical music. It is an emblem of uncompromising musical integrity, and none would dispute such designation. His recent recordings include J.S. Bach's Goldberg Variations (BWV 988)Inventions and Sinfonias (BWV 772-801) and The Well-Tempered Clavier. The great pianist and conductor Leon Fleisher has claimed Kang's Goldberg Variations  as "A quite spectacular performance. A notable addition to the 'Goldberg' discography." 

His other recordings include some of Haydn piano sonatas and W. A. Mozart's piano sonatas; Sergei Rachmaninov's four hands music with his wife Hae-Jeon Lee, S. Rachmaninov's 3rd piano concerto with the Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra and the Rhapsody on the theme of Paganini with the Czech National Philharmonic Orchestra.

In 1993, Choong-Mo Kang returned to his native Korea to serve as an eminent faculty member of the Korean National University of Arts where he had trained and cultivated young talented pianists who have won many international competitions. 

His former and present students have won prizes in such competitions like Van Cliburn, Gina Bachauer, Chopin Competitions in Tokyo and in Moscow, Porto, Juenesses Musicales, Epinal. He was also an artistic director of the Euro Music Festival and Academy in Leipzig as well as a faculty member of the Ishikawa Music Festival in Japan.



GUEST PROFESSOR  PIANO Prof. Ilja Scheps
Teaching Languages : English, German, Russian

Ilja Scheps completed his studies at the Moscow  "P. I. Tschaikowsky" Conservatory under Prof. Lev Vlassenko and Prof. Evgenij Schenderowitch.

From 1982 to 1992 I. Scheps was soloist of the Moscow Philharmonic Society. He gave concerts with orchestras and solo recitals and also appearing as accompanist of renowned singers and instrumentalists there. This resulted in his acquiring a large repertoire, including works by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Chopin, Debussy, Skrjabin, Prokofjeff and Tschaikowsky, as well those by Schnittke, Silvestrov and Denisov.
At the same time I. Scheps taught at the Moscow P. I. Tschaikowsky Conservatory.

From 1992 I. Scheps lives in Germany. Besides his performing in many countries round of the world he is an enthusiastic pedagogue.  Many years I. Scheps was a professor at the Rostock University and at the Darmstadt Music Academy.

Now he is a professor of the Musikhochschule in Cologne/Aachen (Cologne Music University). Students of Prof. Scheps are winner of important international piano competitions so as exclusive artists of “Sony” and “Universal” Records.

I. Scheps also conducts workshops and master classes at the international music academies and as a visiting professor in many universities so as an Artistic director of Paderewski International Piano Academy in Bydgoszcz (Poland).

Prof. Scheps is jury member of international piano competitions and a chairman of “Prix Amadeo” International Piano Competition in Germany. 
Ilja Scheps has recorded more then 10 CDs with “MCA” (USA); Le Chant du Monde” (France), Melodia(Russia),  Coriolan/Teldec, “Deutsche Welle”, “ECM-Records” (Germany).



GUEST PROFESSOR  VIOLIN Prof. Tomasz Tomaszewski
Teaching Languages : English, German, Polish, Russian

Tomasz Tomaszewski was born in Czechowice, Poland and studied at the Warsaw Music Academy under Professor Wronski. After graduating with distinction he continued his studies at the Leningrad Conservatory under Professor Gutnikov as well as in Freiburg under Professor Marschner and attended master courses under the supervision of Druzhnin, Krysa, Fournier, Liebermann, Hiller and Szerny.

With the "Polish String Quartet" he went on extensive concert tours across Europe and Australia .

As a soloist of the "Polish Camber Orchestra" he also gave concerts in many different countries.

Tomasz Tomaszewski has won numerous international competitions has been first concert master of the Orchestra of the German Opera Berlin since 1982 and has held a teaching position at the University of the Arts Berlin (Universität der Künste Berlin) since 1983.

Tomaszewski is the founder and director of the chamber orchestra "Chamber Soloists of the German Opera Berlin" which has been very busy giving concerts since 1988. He has also been in charge of the music summer courses in Giucholazy supported by the Polish Ministry for Cultural Affairs since 1988.

He is a much sought-after soloist with concerts in many European countries, Japan , China and the USA and his many recordings for radio and on compact disc show his great talent, ability and versatility. Since 2001 he is a violin professor at the University of the Arts Berlin (Universität der Künste Berlin) in Germany.



GUEST PROFESSOR  VIOICE Prof. Brigitte Lindner
Teaching Languages : English, German

Originally from Munich, Brigitte Lindner was already working as a soloist for EMI-Electrola while studying at the Munich University of Music. Her recordings included "Hänsel und Gretel" under Heinz Wallberg and "Die Zauberflöte" under Bernard Haitink.
Her vocal development was accompanied by Hanna Scholl-Völker, Helen Donath and Nocolai Gedda. 

Her first permanent engagement led her to the Staatstheater Braunschweig where she sang roles such as "Gretel"(Hänsel und Gretel), "Maria"(Westside Story), "Valencienne"(The Merry Widow). 
Under the direction of Giuseppe Sinopolie, she sang the part of the "Young Shepherd Boy" in Richard Wagner's Tannhäuser at the Bayreuth Festival for many years. She also participated in the Ludwigsburger Festival under Wolfgang Gönnenwein.

During the following years of her career, Brigitte Lindner appeared on many stages at home and abroad as well as producing numerous CDs.
As the partner of, among others, Rene Kollo and Francisco Araiza, she took part in Gala Evenings in the Alte Oper in Frankfurt and the Kölner Philharmonie as well as the Bad Ems Festival.

Her voice appears on many radio recordings by WDR, BR, NDR and Deutscheland Radio/DLF with just as many TV appearances on German channels ARD and ZDF.
Apart from a large number of opera and operetta CDs recorded by EMI-Electrola, other labels including Dabringhaus and Grimm and CPO have marketed her voice on CD.

In addition to her artistic activities, Brigitte Linder has always been dedicated to the training and development of professional and semi-professional young talent. 

From 2002 to 2009, she worked as a lecturer for the University of Music and Dance Cologne based in Aachen. In 2009, she was appointed Professor of Classical Singing and Pedagogy at the University of Music and Dance Cologne, since 2012 based in Cologne.



PIANO Julius-Jeongwon Kim
Teaching Languages : English, German, Korean

 
A performance that captivates the audience by its abundant display of warm-hearted emotion, fantasy, and musical ideas.”  
- Murray Perahia, pianist

A pianist who interprets logically and maintains character while never losing musical taste.” 
- Paul Badura-Skoda, pianist


Pianist Julius-Jeongwon Kim is commonly recognized as Korea’s best pianist of the current generation. He has received praise for his poetic sensitivity and energetic display of emotions; his versatile career has led to acclaimed performances on stages worldwide. Having been recognized as a child prodigy in his early days, he won first prizes at the Maria Canals International Piano Competition, the Bösendorfer International Piano Competition, and the Elena Rombro Stepanow International Piano Competition. Moreover, he won various prizes at several other international piano competitions.

Since 1999, Julius-Jeongwon Kim has consistently been performing with world-renowned orchestras such as the London Symphony, Vienna Symphony, Czech Philharmonic, NDR Symphony Germany, Nürnberg Symphony, Budapest Philharmonic, Prague Radio Symphony, Toronto Symphony, Danish National Radio Symphony, the Seoul Philharmonic, KBS Symphony, Nagoya Philharmonic, Warszawa Radio Symphony, etc..

Notable performances as a soloist took place at venues such as the International Chopin Festival (Warsaw), organized by the Polish Chopin Association; the Beethoven Easter Festival (Warsaw), hosted by the Penderecki Association; the International Music Festival (Česki Krumlov); the Ludwig van Beethoven Music Festival in Teplice (all in the Czech Republic); the Verbier Festival (Switzerland), and the International Piano Echos Festival (Italy). Furthermore, he performed in front of Vaclav Klaus, former president of the Czech Republic, who personally honored the artist with a plaque of appreciation, while former U.S. President George W. Bush praised Kim’s performance as "very moving." Most recently, in 2018, he was invited to perform in front of the leaders of both countries when South Korea's president Moon Jae-in visited Russia and met President Putin.

Julius-Jeongwon Kim has also been invited to the final performance at the Seoul International Music Festival where he premiered Rachmaninov’s Piano Concerto No. 5 (arrangement of the composer's Symphony No. 2 by A. Warenberg). As an avid performer of chamber music, Julius-Jeongwon Kim captured audiences playing alongside cellists Mischa Maisky, Young-Chang Cho, Li-Wei Qin, pianist Peter Jablonski and violinist Chee-yun. Also, he has earned favorable reviews in the musical world, at home as well as abroad, ever since he formed the MIK ensemble with violinist Soovin Kim, cellist Young Song, and violist Sang-Jin Kim in 2003.

A very different endeavor was marked by a special appearance in the Korean blockbuster movie “For Horowitz” (2006), which tells the story of a piano prodigy; Kim performed Rachmaninov’s Piano Concerto No. 2 in this movie. Apart from that, he has shaken the Korean classical music scene by attracting large crowds during his annual nationwide tours (12 to 15 cities) since 2007. Julius-Jeongwon Kim also succeeded in Japan, touring seven Japanese cities in 2011.

Most recently, he has played 21 complete Schubert Piano Sonatas, six of which were recorded and released by Deutsche Grammophon. Previously, he had released more than 10 albums of solo works, concertos, and chamber music pieces; examples include Rachmaninov’s Piano Concerto No. 5 or Shostakovich’s Piano Concerto No. 2 with the London Symphony Orchestra, produced by Deutsche Grammophon; Rachmaninov’s Piano Concerto No. 2 and Tchaikovsky’s Piano Concerto No.1, produced by EMI; Chopin’s 24 Etudes, Rachmaninov’s Piano Sonata No. 2, and Mussorgsky’s ‘Pictures at an Exhibition’ in 2017. Julius-Jeongwon Kim is both musical director of  NAVER's "V Salon Concert" and artist in residence at Sejong Art Center and Lotte Concert Hall.


PIANO Moonhee Hwang
Teaching Languages : English, Korean

A native of South Korea, Moonhee Hwang made her New York recital debut in April 2001 and then she gave another recital in July 2018 at Carnegie Hall's Weil Recital Hall. 

The New York Concert Review critic once wrote Ms. Hwang had “gratifyingly nonpercussive, musical and lyrical tone quality,” as well as “she is to be a good journeyman Debussy exponent.” Her first album was released on Fidelio label in 2013, featuring Beethoven Concerto No. 3, Op. 37 and solo work by Chopin and Debussy.

She has performed with prestigious orchestras such as St. Petersburg State Hermitage Orchestra in Russia, Janacek Philharmonic Orchestra in Czech, Opole Philharmonic Orchestra in Poland and Pleven State Philharmonic Orchestra and Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra in Bulgaria, as well as Chuncheon Philharmonic Orchestra, Pan Asia Philharmonic, Seoul Academy ensemble and Seoul Symphony Orchestra in South Korea.

As an active chamber musician, Ms. Hwang collaborated with the violinist Tomasz Tomaszewski, the pianist Vincent de Vries, a member of Korea Piano Duo Association, Michigan Piano Camerata and Ensemble Yemus. In addition, she gives a regular duo concert with her violinist sister Soonbin Hwang at Seoul Arts Center, Kumho Arts Hall, Seoul Museum of History as well as Korea Cultural Center in China.

Ms. Hwang received her Doctor of Musical Arts at Boston University. She also studied her Master’s degree and Professional Studies of Certificate at Manhattan School of Music and received her Bachelor of Music with Summa Cum Laude from Michigan State University. Ms. Hwang had been on a piano faculty member at Moravian College in Bethlehem, PA during 2007-2010 and is currently an adjunct professor at Sejong University and Anyang University in South Korea.



VIOLIN Bon Joo Koo
Teaching Languages : English, Korean

Violinist Bon Joo Koo studied at Yewon Arts Middle School, Seoul Arts High School and Seoul National University. Then she went to USA for further studies at Yale University(Master Degree and Artist Diploma). Since when she was a child, she was recognized her talent and won prizes at national and international competitions such as Yewon, Yookyoung, Ihwa Kyunghyang, Jung Ang, YeEum for Chamber Music, Shimonoseki in Japan. She distinguished herself, winning the 1st prize at the KBS Rookie Music Competition and having debut stage with KBS Philharmonic Orchestra. 

Bon Joo Koo had acclaimed by performing as a soloist with Korea National Orchestra, KBS Symphony Orchestra, Seoul Symphony Orchestra, Korean Symphony, Prime Philharmonic Orchestra, Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, I Solist Beneti Orchestra, Yurasian Philharmonic Orchestra, Seoul Chamber Orchestra and drew public attention, by having premiere performance of  Shostakovich Violin Concerto in Korea with Seoul Metropolitan Youth Philharmonic Orchestra in Orchestra Festival hosted by Seoul Arts Center in 1995.

She had been invited to perform as a soloist by many European orchestras, such as Brno Philharmonic Orchestra, Janacek Philharmonic Orchestra,  Czech Virtuosi, Praha Symphony Chamber Orchestra, Praha Radio Symphony Orchestra, L'Orchestra de Chambre Regional d'ile de France, Savarian Symphony Orchestra in Hungary, Budapest Symphony Orchestra, Slovak Sinfonietta, Micheli Metropolitan Philharmonic Orchestra in Finland, Orchestra Sinfonica de la Region de Murcia in Spain. 
Especially, she was invited by "Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde in Wien" to have concert tour with Vienna Symphony Chamber Orchestra to three Austrian cities including Musikverein Vienna. She was also invited by Romanian National Philharmonic Orchestra to have orchestral performance and recital in the halls like George Enescu Hall, Bucharest in Romania. In Bladivostok, she had invitational recital hosted by Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Korea and Kumho Culture Foundation.

She was acclaimed highly by local media, performing with world-renowned artists, such as with cellist Kirill Rodin Brams Double Concerto, with cellist Misha Maisky Beethoven Triple Concerto. Especially, Bon Joo Koo was invited to perform Shostakovich Violin Concerto with Praha Radio Broadcasting Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of Maxim Shostakovich at Shostakovich Birth 100th Anniversary Festival. As well, she had concertized widely including at New Year Invitational Concert at Sydney Opera House, Contemporary Music Festival Concert hosted by Tanglewood Music Festival, Chamber Music Concert at Seoul International Music Festival, Invitational Tour Concert at 9 cities in South Korea of the 10th Anniversary of Igun Music Society, Recital in HoAm Art Hall and LG Art Center, Kumho Art Hall Invitation Concert and many more. 

Currently, Bon Joo Koo is teaching at Yewon Arts Middle School, Seoul Arts High School, Sunhwa Arts Middle and high Schools, Korea National Institute for the Gifted in Arts, Korea National School of Arts. She studied with NamYoon Kim and Sidey Harth.




VIOLIN Naria Kim
Teaching Languages : English, Korean


"She performs with sincerity and passion" - Philip Setzer, Emerson Quartet 
"Performance reflects the depth of interpretation, musicality....needed to distinguish oneself in the world of professional performance" - Barry Alexander & Cosmo Buono, ABI Foundation 

New York born violinist Naria Kim made her soloist debut performing with the Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra as a winner of the Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra Soloist Audition. She has also been invited to perform at numerous international festivals including the Elan International Music Festival, the Rising Star Series at the Great Mountains International Music Festival (KOR), the Gala Concert at the Canetti International Music Festival (Italy), L’Academie de Musique de Lausanne Duo Concert (Swiss), 2014 Summer New Artist Concert Series Recital’ of the Daejeon Cultural & Arts Center (KOR), Sorodha Foundation Recital (Antwerp, Belgium), the 30th season of the Rabi-Warner Concert Series recital at the NY Columbia University and the Chicago Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concert Series Recital which was broadcasted live on WFMT 98.7 FM national wide. 


She has also been invited to give solo recitals and solo concerts with the Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra, Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra, Pohang Philharmonic Orchestra, Soliall Philharmonic Orchestra, New Korea Philharmonic Orchestra, Seoul Philharmonic Youth Orchestra and Seoul National Symphony Orchestra at the Carnegie Weill Hall, NY Symphony Space Hall, Bulgaria Concert Hall, Seoul Arts Center Recital Hall, Staller Recital Hall, Baroque Chamber Hall, Yale Morse Hall, KNUA Hall, Sejong Recital Hall, Sejong Chamber Hall, and the Kumho Art Hall. Ms. Kim is a prize winner of numerous national and international competitions including the Kumho Young Artist Audition, the Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra Soloist Audition, the Osaka International Music Competition, the Eurasia International Violin Competition, 1 st prize at the Alexander & Buono International String Competition, 1 st prize at the CBS national competition, overall grand prize at the Korean artist association competition, 1 st prize at the Seoul philharmonic orchestra competition and second prize at the Korea Times Competition. 


Ms. Kim attended the Korea National University of Arts through the early entrance program for gifted students, completing her Bachelor Degree in only three years. She continued her study at the Yale School of Music, obtaining her Master Degree and Artist Diploma with full scholarship and stipend with Hyo Kang. She obtained her Doctor of Musical Arts Degree from the Stony Brook University where she studied with Philip Setzer with full scholarship, stipend and Teaching Assistantship where she has graduated in only two years. She has also studied with Igor Ozim, Miriam Fried, Zakhar Bron, Sholomo Mintz, Sergei Klavchenko, Victor Danchenko, Dirk Verelst, Pierre Amoyal and Aaron Rosan through master classes and music festivals. She studied chamber music with the Emerson and Tokyo String Quartet, performing in many venues including the Yale Ensemble Series, KNUA Ensemble Series, the Beethoven Quartet Project Concert with the Tokyo Quartet and chamber performances with Philip Setzer of the Emerson Quartet. She has also been a member of Stony Brook Contemporary Chamber Players where she has done premiere concerts performed at the New York Symphony Space Hall and Staller Recital Hall as the 1st violin. 


During her studies, she has served as undergraduate violin faculty at the Naugatuck Valley Community College and the State University of New York, Stony Brook. Currently, she is a faculty member of the Korea National University of Arts, Chung-Ang University, member of the ‘We Soloists’ Chamber group and the JK Ensemble. She has also served as Concertmaster of the New Korea Philharmonic Orchestra which she performed with as a soloist in multiple venues.




VIOLONCELLO Young Hoon Song
Teaching Languages : English, Korean


Young Song, one of the most sought after cellists in his native Korea, combines perfect technique with a warm sensibility. He has performed to critical acclaim with orchestras and in solo recitals, toured extensively as a chamber musician, and served as a guest principal with numerous renowned orchestras.
His recent performances in Japan include the Dvořák Concerto with the New Japan Philharmonic at Suntory hall, Tokyo, TV Asahi’s Daimei-Nonai-ongakukai broadcast with the Janáček Philharmonic, and Beethoven’s Triple Concerto with Myung Whun Chung and the APO at both Tokyo’s Suntory hall and in Fukuoka, Toyama. Furthermore, since 2013, he has received numerous invitations for solo recitals throughout Japan.
As a recitalist and chamber musician, Young has performed in major music capitals throughout the world, such as Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Frankfurt Alte Oper, Salle Gaveau, Zürich Tonhalle, Finlandia Hall, Suntory Hall, Opera City, and Wigmore Hall. His collaborations with eminent musicians include Martha Argerich, Yuri Bashmet, Myung Whun Chung, and Arto Noras.
Young has participated in prestigious International music festivals in Rhinegau, Mecklenburg, Verbier, Casals, Mateus, Prussia Cove, and Harare. He makes regular appearances at the Naantali festival in Finland, and the Beppu festival in Japan, which is honored by the city of Beppu and the Argerich foundation.
As a concerto soloist, he has appeared with the world’s leading Orchestras, such as the English Chamber Orchestra, New York Chamber Orchestra, Philadelphia Chamber Orchestra, Tapiola Chamber Orchestra, Ensemble Kanazawa, Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra, Finish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Dominican National Orchestra, Yomiuri Tokyo Symphony, Northern Czech Philharmonic, and the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra.
In 2015, Young had an enthusiastically ambitious performance schedule, which included 5 different recital programs, 9 concertos, and 27 chamber music works. Along with this, he created a concert project titled “Young Song’s Great Performers Series,” which included Jason Vieaux, Cuatrocientos, and Arto Noras. Since 2007, Young has been invited to host a popular radio program on Korean national radio (KBS 1FM) called “Young Song’s Family Music,” and it became a hot topic when cellist Yo-Yo Ma appeared on his show in 2008. Currently, he is the host of the “11AM Concert series,” which has become the most popular concert series of the Seoul Arts Center. In addition, Young has put his efforts into social contribution and outreach by serving as the music director of the Happy Music School, a national culture sharing project with SK Telecom, serving students who do not have access to classical music education.
Young has released four commercial albums: “Tango (2006)” STOMP/EMI; “Song of Brazil (2007)” STOMP/EMI with guitarist Jason Vieaux; “Rachmaninoff & Shostakovich Cello Sonatas (2009)” STOMP/Warner music with pianist Andrius Ziabys; and “Piazzolla Masterworks (2010)” on the STOMP/Warner music label. His latest album, Brahms cello sonatas with pianist Aviram Reichert, was released in Japan, 2013 on the Octavia label.
Young made his debut at age 9 with the Seoul Philharmonic, and received the Seoul Mayor’s Scholarship. This enabled him to continue his studies at The Juilliard School’s pre-college division, graduating with the “Highest Artist Leadership Award,” and then at the Royal Northern College of Music in the U.K, winning first prize in the RNCM Competition as well as the SEM Group Concerto Award. In 2002, he was a prizewinner at the International Paulo Cello Competition in Helsinki, Finland. In 2002, Young was appointed as a Korean Cultural Ambassador to represent Korean classical music artists, and in this capacity he has performed in over 200 cities in 60 different countries. He was a professor of Music at Kyung Hee University in South Korea.


OBOE Soo-eun Hong
Teaching Languages : English, German, Korean

Soo-eun Hong graduated from the Vienna Music University and, completed Master's degree at the Musik Hochschule Karlsruhe, Germany with Prof. Thomas Indermuehle. 
She was the recipient of an Alban Berg Foundation grant and a prizewinner at Jeunesse Musicale Vienna, KBS Young Artist Concour (1.prize) and International competition "Pacem in Terris" in Bayreuth (2.prize), and finalist at the "Tansman" Internatinal Competition.

Ms. Hong has performed as Soloist with the Russian Philharmonic Orchestra, the Hungarian Symphony, Philharmonie Reutlingen, KBS Symphony Orchestra,  Suedwestdeutsches Kammerorchester, Eurasian Philharmonie, and Chamber Players 21.

Her solo, and chamber music performances have included those as member of Villa Musica with Ingo Goritzki, Sabine Meyer, and also as artist at Gonjiam Woodwind Festival with Wenzel Fuchs, and many other outstanding musicians.

She has appeared at the invitation of the Vienna Spring Festival, the Kumho Culture Foundation and Pyeongchang Music Festival's Distinguished Artists Series.

She served as adjunct professor at Chungnam- and Wonkwang University, and was faculty member of Kyunghee-, Kyungbuk University, Gyeonggi Art High School, and Gracias Music School. And she was principal oboist as guest at Korean Chamber Orchestra, Heidelberger Sinfoniker, Kammerorchester Mannheim, and performed as member of Menuhin Music Live Now.

Currently, she is a member of DCMS (Daejeon Chambermusic Society) and Lecturer at Mokwon University, and principal oboist in DPO (Daejeon Philharmonic Orchestra).