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Concert Series No.3
Benefit concert for Children in Malawi
in support of Crops of Love
Saturday March 17th, 2018 at 7pm
Lansing Recital Hall, Crowell Music Building,
Biola University

Lansing Recital Hall, Crowell Music Building

Biola University

13800 Biola Avenue

La Mirada, CA 90639

The campus map for Biola University can be found here:  

Crowell Hall is building 17 on this map, and there is free parking both in Parking Lot R and Lot S.


Joseph Haydn   String Quartet in C Major, Op. 76, No. 3
I.   Allegro
II.  Poco Adagio; Cantabile
III. Menuetto. Allegro and Trio
IV. Finale. Presto

                                            Hana Kim, Violin
                                                    Jeong Yoon Lee, Violin
                                                    Hanna Jinnouchi, Viola
                                                    Andrew Su, Cello

Johannes Brahms   Hungarian Dance No. 1 for piano, Four Hands

John Williams   Movie Music/Medley for Piano Duet 

                              Arranged by Hyungsoon Kim (Star Wars/ E.T.);

                              Geoff Hannon (Superman)

                                                     Hye-Won Cho, Piano

                                                     Hyongsoon Kim, Piano

Paul Schoenfield   Café Music for Violin, Cello and Piano, Op.17
I.   Allegro
II.  Andante Moderato
III. Presto


                                                Hana Kim, Violin

                                                    Andrew Su, Cello

                                                    Young Yoo, Piano


Bless you My God  왕이신 나의 하나님- 신상우
Come, Holy Spirit  성령이여 오소서 - 우효원
Dry Bones  Arr. by Mark Hayes

'This So Sweet to Walk with Jesus  주와같이 길 가는것 - 조혜영 편곡

                                   Orange County Korean Master Chorale
                                           Mi Young Kang, Music Director

                                                    Hee Sook Kim, Piano       


Hana Kim, Violin

Hana Kim is currently a member of the Los Angeles Opera Orchestra. Previously having held a position in Charleston Symphony, now a resident of CA. Hana also enjoys the eclectic works of a freelance musician in Los Angeles and Orange County, playing regularly with the Pacific Symphony and various ensembles.

Originally from Korea,  she has spent most of her teens in London studying the violin under the violinist Simon Fischer, then continued her studies in New York at The Juilliard School pursuing her Bachelors and Masters programs under the former and current members of the Juilliard String Quartet: Robert Mann, Earl Carlyss and Ronald Copes.

She is also one of the founding members of Confido Music Society.

Hanna Jinnouchi, Viola

Hanna studied in France as a Rotary Foundation full scholarship student at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris after graduating from Doshisha Women's College of Liberal Arts in Japan. Before coming to the U.S. Hanna played in the Osaka Philharmonic Orchetra and the Kyoto Symphony Orchestra in Japan. Her string ensemble, Nagaokakyo, has received the Exxon Mobil Music Award and participated in many music festivals in Europe.

Currently residing in Los Angeles, Hanna actively performs not only as a solo musician, but also as an avid chamber musician.
Hanna is also a passionate educator and dedicates her time investing in the next generation. In recent years, she has founded youth ensembles for young string players and they have been actively performing in the LA area.

Hanna is the music director of Mission Valley Music Ministry (M3) and produces monthly concerts in San Gabriel. 

Dr. Jeong Yoon Lee, Violin

Dr. Jeong Yoon Lee is an active Korean-American violinist who frequently performs as a concert mistress in Busan Symphony Orchestra. As a recitalist and a founding member of TG trio and Oren duo she has performed at numerous venues throughout Canada, South Korea, and US. She is a graduate of the Juilliard School, SMU and Stony Brook University where she completed her Doctor of Musical Arts degree. She is also the founder and a director of All Nations Music Academy, a non-profit organization 

that provides music education to underprivileged students as well as supporting and developing music education for missionaries in Haiti. It is her great passion to teach young talented musicians to become a worshiper as she strives to minister onto God through her talent.

Andrew Su, Cello

Cellist Andrew Su, a native of South Korea, started receiving musical training by his parents at the age of 4. At14, Su made the decision to pursue the Cello and continued his education at the Sun Hwa Arts High School. Mr.Su has participated and won in numerous festivals and competitions around the world, such as International Music Alp Festival, NYC Bach Festival, Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory Festival, CSUF concerto completion, and Baroque music competition in NYC. Mr.Su was a scholarship students at The Juilliard School until he transferred to Manhattan School of Music as a full scholarship students to study with Fred Sherry.

Dr. Hye-Won Cho, Piano

Dr. Hye-Won Cho’s brilliant technique and sensitive musicality has garnered her countless accolades worldwide, including first prize at the Los Angeles International Liszt Competition, the grand prize at the Peninsula Young Artist International Competition and the top prize at the ARTS Competition, sponsored by the National Foundation for Advancement in Arts in Miami Florida.  Dr.Cho has performed as recitalist, chamber musician and soloist with orchestra at prestigious venues around the world, including Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center and the Juilliard Theatre in New York; Walt Disney Concert Hall, Wilshire-Ebell Theater, Zipper Hall and Schoenberg Hall in Los Angeles; and the Gewanthaus in Leipzig, Germany.  She also performed on the prestigious Myra Hess concert series at Preston Bradley Hall in Chicago.  Her performances have been broadcast on NPR, WFMT 98.7 in Chicago, and KUSC 91.5 in Los Angeles. Most recently, Dr. Cho performed Brahms First Concerto with the Los Angeles Doctors’ Symphony.

Dr. Cho received her Doctor of Musical Arts degree from UCLA and both Bachelor and Master of Music degrees from The Juilliard School in New York. She is currently on the piano faculty at Occidental College. 

Young Yoo, Piano

Young Yoo has been primarily active as a soloist, chamber musician and teacher. She has given concerts throughout the United States and South Korea. She performed at Jordan Hall with Youth Philharmonic Orchestra of New England Conservatory and has given concerts at Gardner Museum in Boston, Paul Hall in NY, Zipper Hall in CA as well as Seoul Performing Arts Center and Kumho Arts Center in South Korea. Her many awards and honors include second prize in the Grace Welsh International Piano Competition, First prize in the Harvard Musical Association Competition, Orleans 20th century International Piano Competition in France and many other competitions throughout the United States and South Korea.

A native of South Korea, Young Yoo received her Bachelor's and Master's degree at the Juilliard School as a student of Yoheved Kaplinsky. She received the Joseph Fidelman Scholarship and Vladimir Horowitz Scholarship while she was in the Juilliard School. 

In addition to performing, she has been an active teacher for more than 15 years in Los Angeles and the South Bay area and serving as a board member of Music Teachers Association of California South Bay branch. She is also one of the founding members of Confido Music Society.

Hyongsoon Kim, Piano

Hyongsoon Kim studied piano from the age of four.  Prior to pursuing his legal studies, Mr. Kim received top prizes from the Oberlin International Piano Competition, the ARTS Competition in Miami, Florida, and the Los Angeles International Liszt Competition, and was selected to the Young Artists’ Guild by the Music Teachers’ Association of California.  Mr. Kim previously performed as soloist with orchestras throughout Los Angeles including the Bellflower Symphony, Long Beach Chamber Orchestra, the Marina Del Rey Symphony, and the Rio Hondo Symphony, and twice with the Southwestern Youth Music Festival orchestra as winner of its “Young Pianist” competition. 

Mr. Kim graduated from Columbia Law School (where he continued to study the piano).  He currently practices trial law at the firm of Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld and served as president of the Korean American Bar Association.  He enjoys performing with his wife,

Dr. Hye-Won Cho, whenever the opportunity arises.  

Mi Young Kang, Music Director

The music director of Orange County Korean Master Chorale, Mi Young Kang, is also a music professor at Presbyterian Theological Seminary of America.  
Ms Kang holds degrees in Voice Performance from Wuerzburg and Heidelberg of Germany and Masters and Bachelor's degrees in Church Music from The Presbyterian University and Theological Seminary in Korea. She has performed numerous Oratorios and Cantatas as a soloist and has appeared in opera galas, solo recitals and church performances throughout the United States, Korea and Germany.  
Ms Kang shares her gift and experiences with OCKMC to communicate and to bring Gospel to the world.

Orange County Korean Master Chorale
Christine Chang, Choir Leader
Heesook Kim, Piano

Founded as a mixed choir in September 2015, Orange County Korean Master Chorale is a group of spiritually devoted people with God given talents and a love of music, gathered together to spread God's blessings to our neighbors.

The choir's missions are to promote and cultivate an inclusive environment, foster cultural connectivity both within and outside the Korean community, and continually reach out to serve the underprivileged. 

OCKMC performs at its twice-annual concerts, as well as many small concerts for local churches and communities.    

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