Pianist Soojung Kim, a GPD candidate studying with Yong Hi Moon, won first place as well as Best Performance of Ballade by Li-Ly Chang in the 2016 International Young Artist Piano Competition in Washington, D.C. Yesse Kim, a master’s piano student studying with Ms. Moon, won second place. Prizes for the students include a cash […]
Symphony Number One, led by DMA conducting student Jordan Randall Smith, opened its second season on September 23 and 24 with a program titled Wealth of Winds. The pieces performed included Strauss’s Symphony for Winds, Mozart’s Gran Partita and the world premiere of Martha C. Horst’s Straussian Landscapes.
Jake Runestad’s (MM ’11, Composition) work The Hope of Loving was recorded by The Master of Chorale of Tampa Bay, under the direction of Dr. James Bass and debuted as #6 on the iTunes Classical charts. Additionally, Choral Arts Northwest and conductor Dr. Robert Bode premiered his piece Live the Questions in Seattle. Schola Conatorum […]