Tuesday, May 25, 2021

Eunah Kim | 2nd Prize | Winds & Percussion | 7th Edition | ENKOR Int'l Music Competition


Eunah Kim (14 y.o) is currently studying flute with Dr. Mary Karen Clardy (University of North Texas) and Jeffrey Khaner (Curtis Institute of Music). She was recently chosen as the 1st prize winner at 2021 International Music Competition “London” Grand Prize Virtuoso and invited to perform at Elgar Room, Royal Albert Hall. Year 2020, she won Grand Prize between both seniors and juniors at 2020 Collin County Young Artist Competition and performed as a soloist with Plano Symphony Orchestra. She also got the Gold medal at 2020 Music and Stars Award and 1st prize at 2020 International Salzburg Grand Prize Virtuoso. She also received 3rd place among college students at the 2020 YOUNG ARTIST COMPETITION of Linda Chesis Virtual Flute Retreat where there was no age limit. Since year 2017, she has been playing in the Greater Dallas Youth Orchestra (GDYO). She has received the Texas Flute Festival Solo and Ensemble Outstanding Performer Award for two consecutive years (2015 and 2016), and first place in the Sonata and Concerto division for the Dallas Symphonic festival (2015-2016). When she was 8 years old, she placed first at the 2016 Collin County Young Artist Concerto Competition Junior division. She won Grand prize at the Concert Artists International Virtuoso 2017 Competition II and performed at Weill Hall of Carnegie Hall. In 2018, she was ranked first in the 2018 Region 24 All Region Middle School Band. Year 2019, she was second place at Ensemble75 concerto competition, as the result of competing with violinists, cellists, pianists and woodwind players altogether and performed with Cezanne Quartet. She has had masterclasses with Jeffrey Khaner, James Walker, Karl Heinz Schütz, Julien Beaudiment, Marina Piccinini, Jasmine Choi, Brad Garner and Raffaele Trevisani.

Three pieces for solo flute, Mvt. 1 Bergère captive, Pierre-Octave Ferroud, 2:12

Rondo in D Major K,184, W.  A. Mozart, 5:44

Le vent à travers les ruines, Yuko UEBAYASHI, 6:14