Our guides will be Guest Conductor Jane H. Kim and violin soloist So Jin Kim.
A recent Master of Music graduate of The Juilliard School where she received both the Bruno Walter Memorial Scholarship and the Molly Frank and Aliki Perroti Scholarship, Jane is Assistant Conductor - New York Community Trust Van Lier Fellow at The Little Orchestra Society. So Jin Kim already has a wide- ranging career – accepted toJuilliard at age16, a concert master with Lucerne Symphony at 24, a doctorate from Rice University in 2016 and currently the artistic director of Yeosu International Music Festival & Ensemble in South Korea.
First we venture through the fairy-like, magical world of Oberon. We then move on to the Bohemian folk-inspired melodies and romantic lyricism of Dvorak’s Violin Concerto. And finally to the Rhineland for Schumann’s Symphony No. 3 (which despite its numbering, is the last that Schumann wrote). Here we encounter sweeping melodies, the flowing Rhine River in the second movement, and the special "Cathedral" movement.
Peter Jay Sharp Theatre
Expected Run Time is 120 minutes