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Mee Hyun Oh - violin with Soo Jin Kim - piano

Wed Dec 5th 2012, 1:10–2:10 pm ◀ This event has finished
St. Sepulchre, the Musicians Church, Holborn Viaduct, London EC1A 2DQ


Franz Schubert: sonatina for violin and piano D major D 384
 1.Allegro molto  2.Andante  3.Allegro vivace
Cesar Franck sonata for violin and piano A major:
1.Allegretto ben moderato 2.Allegro 3.Recitativo-Fantasia:Ben moderato 4.Allegretto poco mosso
Henri Wieniawski Polonaise de concdert op.4 for violin and piano:- Allegro naestoso

Artist info:- 

Mee Hyun Oh

Mee Hyun Oh was born in 1986 in South Korea. She began her musical studies by learning the piano at the age of four. It was not until she was thirteen that she started to study the violin. Just one year later, she received third prize at the Ulsan Educational Institution. In 2004, she graduated Kewon High School of Arts. As a student there she studied there she played with the school orchestra at Seongnam Art Centre in South Korea. She won the 1st prize at North London Festival and several competitions. Mee Hyun is currently based in Great Britain where she graduated at the Royal Academy of Music on an MA performance degree, having completed her undergraduate studies there. She has participated in master classes with Tasmin Little, Sylvia Rosenberg, Itzhak Rashkovsky, Thomas Brandis, Aleksande Pavlovic, Max Zoin, Jasna Maksimovic and Jae-Jin Back both in London and South Korea. She has appeared as an ensemble player at the Royal Academy of Music and external venues. Aside from her interest in chamber and orchestra music she is also passionate about teaching. She also has much teaching experience with children and adults.

Soojin Kim

Soojin Kim was born in Suwon, South Korea and now lives in London. She began her musical studies when she was five and gave her first public concert when she was eight. She moved to Europe when she was 20 and received her Bachelor of Music in piano performance from the Royal Academy of Music, under Michael Young. She performed in Master Classes with Professor Andrew Ball, Diana Ketler, Professor Christopher Elton, Nicola Eimer, and Ian Brown. Also, she studied chamber music under Ian Brown and Andrew West. She has given several solo recitals in London during her study at the Royal Academy of Music.

Kim has over 4 years of experience teaching piano to all ages and levels. She also has extensive experience as an accompanist. Her vibrant energy, eloquent presentations, motivational techniques, and professional approach have brought success to all of her students.


Venue: St. Sepulchre, the Musicians Church

St. Sepulchre, The Musicans Church

Photographs of St Sepulchre at the Flickr website


St Sepulchre-without-Newgate, also known as the Church of the Holy Sepulchre (Holborn), is an Anglican church in the City of London. It is located on Holborn Viaduct, almost opposite the Old Bailey. In medieval times it stood just outside ("without") the now-demolished old city wall, near the Newgate. It has been a living of St John's College, Oxford, since 1622.

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