THIS IS A VIRTUAL EVENT
Mu Phi Epsilon Dallas Alumni Chapter presents Yuri Noh, violin with Jeongmi Yoon piano in concert on January 31, 2021. These concerts are usually held at the J. Erik Jonsson Central Library First Floor Auditorium in Dallas TX but at this current time library is closed and we will be holding our online on our website at http://muphiepsilondallas.org until further notice.
As an active performer and thoughtful pedagogue, Dr. Yuri Noh has obtained significant experience as a teaching artist, soloist, and chamber and orchestra performer around the world, including Korea, Italy, Germany, and the US. She was born in South Korea, where she began her musical journey with the piano at the age of seven. After playing for three years, she transitioned to the violin. She has also played the viola and Baroque violin. Her first solo debut in South Korea was with the Dae-jin orchestra, where she performed Saint-Saëns's Violin Concerto No. 3.
A native of South Korea, Jeongmi Yoon has performed as a soloist with the Chonnam University Orchestra and the Poland Katowice Silesian Philharmonic Orchestra. She has received top prizes in numerous competitions in Korea, including those bestowed by the Kumho Concert, the Music Teachers Association of Gwangju, the Honam Art Festival, the Gwangju University Competition, and the Chonnam University Concerto Competition.
Concert Program: Sonata No.4 in A minor, Opus 23, by Ludwig van BeethovenSonata for violin and piano, by Aaron CoplandRomance for Violin and Piano in A major, Opus 23, by Amy Marcy Beach