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Chamber Music Tuesday featuring Wonhee Bae, violin
Barbro Osher Recital Hall
200 Van Ness Ave, San Francisco, CA 94102
Full Vaccination and Masks Required.
Ludwig van Beethoven: String Quartet in B-flat Major, Op. 18, No. 6
I. Allegro con brio
II. Adagio ma non troppo
III. Scherzo: Allegro
IV. La Malinconia: Adagio – Allegretto quasi Allegro
Wonhee Bae** and Daniel Dastoor, violins
Dimitri Murrath*, viola
Constantine Janello, cello
Franz Schubert: Sei mir gegrüßt, D. 741
Matthew Worth*, baritone
Julio Elizalde*, piano
Schubert: Fantasie for Violin and Piano in C Major, D. 934
I. Andante molto - Allegro vivace
III. Allegro presto
Wonhee Bae**, violin
Julio Elizalde*, piano
- Intermission -
Bedřich Smetana: Piano Trio No. 1 in G Minor, Op. 15
I. Moderato assai
II. Allegro, ma non agitato
Wonhee Bae**, violin
William Laney, cello
Helen Wu, piano
Wonhee Bae is one of the most sought-after performing violinists of her generation. Recent engagements include performances with the Orchestre des Laureats du Conservatoire de Paris at the Philharmonie de Paris, the Deutsche Kinderärzte Orchester at the Tonhalle Düsseldorf, the Busan Philharmonic Orchestra, the Iasi Philharmonic Orchestra, the Philharmonie der Nationen, the Russian National Orchestra, the Stanislavski Danchenko Theater Orchestra, Korean Chamber Orchestra, and the Bergische Symphoniker.
Ms. Bae has won a series of internationally acclaimed awards, prizes, and honours including being named the 2013 Culture Prize winner of Hauck and Aufhäuser, the "Ocean Classical Award"—the world’s largest classical music public prize in 2012, as well as top prizes in violin competitions of international renown including the Georges Enescu Competition in Bucharest, Tchaikovsky International Competition for Young Musicians, the Isang Yun Violin Competition in Tongyeong, and the Lipizer International Violin Competition in Italy.
As the first violinist of the Esmé Quartet, she has won the first prize as well as four special prizes at the prestigious Wigmore Hall String Quartet Competition in London, and has played at the Lucerne Festival, the Verbier Festival, the Wigmore Hall, the l’auditori Barcerlona, the Esterhazy Palace, the Heidelberg String Quartet Festival, amongst many others.
Bae graduated with highest honours from the Royal College of Music, London with Dr. Felix Andrievsky and continued her study with Boris Garlitsky and Svetlin Roussev at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris. She received her Konzertexamen with Mihaela Martin in the Cologne Musikhochschule, Germany. She plays on an Andrea Guarneri 1690 violin kindly on loan from the German Foundation.
Departments and Faculty Involved with This Event
String and Piano Chamber
Voice / Opera Studies
About SFCM’s String and Piano Chamber Music Department
The String and Piano Chamber Music degree and diploma programs are a year-round focus on chamber music, providing the same atmosphere of a summer festival. Performance opportunities are wide-ranging through workshops, masterclasses, and concerts for the public—all while playing regularly with acclaimed industry professionals and faculty. SFCM created the nation’s first graduate String and Piano Chamber Music program and the musical excellence continues to this day.
The String and Piano Chamber Music program is one of SFCM’s most selective. Intentionally small, the program allows for several talented individuals each year, meaning that students in the program enjoy unrivaled access to learn from and perform with top faculty and accomplished guest artists.
Chamber Music Students will experience high profile performance opportunities through SFCM’s unique Chamber Music Residency Series, giving members of the program the opportunity to intensely and perform closely with exciting and world renowned chamber musicians. Recent artists-in-residence include Marcy Rosen, Tessa Lark, Donald and Vivian Weilerstein, and the Miro Quartet.
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