Mozart in the Morning May Concert  시카고한인문화회관 목요 음악회 시리즈 5월 공연

Mozart in the Morning May Concert 시카고한인문화회관 목요 음악회 시리즈 5월 공연

“Performing Traditional Korean Music on the Violin”
May 13th 2021, Thu. 11am
This virtual concert will be premiered on the Youtube channel of Korean Cultural Center of Chicago.
Wheaton College professor, Soh-Hyun Park Altino will perform a violin performance of ‘Ajaeng Sanjo’ by Master Kim Il-gu, an Intangible Cultural Property of Korea. Sanjo, which is a very difficult and artistic genre that boasts excellent technique and musicality, and has been developed as a solo music for traditional Korean musical instruments since the 19th century. A Zoom interview with Professor So-Jung Lee, Music Director of KCCoC with our guest violinist, Professor So-Hyun Park will be available to provide detailed explanation on the music piece. Hope you can join us in this opportunity to experience the special sound of Korean spirit.
Violinist Soh-Hyun Park Altino is highly regarded as a gifted teacher and a versatile performer of solo and chamber music. Lauded for her “poise and precision,” her engagements have taken her to Brazil, Colombia, Germany, Korea, Venezuela and throughout the United States, and to festivals such as Festival de Campos do Jordão in Brazil, Academy y Festival Nuevo Mundo in Venezuela, Masterworks Festival, and Brevard Music Center, where she has collaborated with many renowned chamber musicians.
Newly appointed to Wheaton College Conservatory of Music, Altino served on the faculty at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where she received the Phillip R. Certain-Gary D. Sandefur Distinguished Faculty Award and the Vilas Associates research grant, and she previously taught at the University of Memphis for fourteen years. The experiences and insights she gained from the overuse injuries during her student years have continually fueled her passion and inquisitiveness for teaching. Deeply committed to teacher training and continuing education, she has presented professional development sessions and clinics for violin teachers and their students, including a talk, “Uncovering Tales of Violinist’s Left-Hand Technique,” at a recent ASTA National Conference.
A native of Korea, Altino grew up in a musical family. At age sixteen, she came to the U.S. and studied with Violaine Melançon at the Peabody Institute where she also developed a keen interest in music theory. Her major chamber music coaches include Anne Epperson and the members of the Peabody Trio and the Juilliard, Concord, Cavani, and Cleveland Quartets. She completed her bachelor’s, master’s and the doctor of musical arts degrees in violin performance at the Cleveland Institute of Music, where she was a student and teaching assistant to Donald Weilerstein. Her recent research activities include her trailblazing work in interpreting Korean traditional sanjo on the violin and promoting new compositions with roots in the traditional music.

시카고한인문화회관이 주최하는 목요음악회 시리즈, “Mozart in the Morning” 의 2021년 세 번째 음악회가 5월 13일 오전 11시 유튜브 채널을 통해 온라인 콘서트로 열립니다.

이번 음악회의 주제는 “바이올린 소리로 만나는 우리 전통 음악” 입니다.

Wheaton College 의 Soh-Hyun Park Altino 교수가 한국의 무형문화재 김일구 명인의 아쟁 산조를 바이올린으로 연주합니다. 산조는 빼어난 기교와 음악성을 자랑하는 매우 어렵고도 예술적인 장르로서 19세기 무렵부터 국악기를 위한 독주 음악으로 발달해 왔습니다. 문화회관 Music Director 이소정 교수와 이번 음악회의 초청 바이올리니스트 박소현 교수의 Zoom 인터뷰를 통해 음악에 관한 자세한 해설도 들으실 수 있습니다. 한국의 얼이 담긴 특별한 소리를 경험하는 귀한 시간이 되시길 바랍니다.