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Hailed by the Chicago Tribune for his “flawless musical and technical command,” violinist Kyu-Young Kim is an award winning soloist and chamber musician.

Mr. Kim has been soloist with the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, of which he has served as Associate Concertmaster, and the Amadeus Chamber Orchestra of Poland. A former member of the Pacifica Quartet, with which he won the Walter W. Naumburg Chamber Music Award, he has presented solo recitals throughout the United States, and in Korea, Japan, Germany, and New Zealand.

Mr. Kim and his wife, cellist Pitnarry Shin, were awarded a 2002 McKnight Fellowship as the Soyulla Duo. He has also been the winner of the Marcia Polayes National Young Artists Award and a Jury Commendation Award at the Michael Hill World Violin Competition in New Zealand.

Educated at the Curtis Institute and the Juilliard School, Mr. Kim’s principal teachers include Donald Weilerstein, Robert Mann, Jaime Laredo, Yumi Scott, and Shirley Givens.

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