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Tokyo Music Competition

CHUNG Kyubin

CHUNG Kyubin

Piano
1st place, Piano Section, The 14th Tokyo Music Competition 2016

Musical Study Experiences

2011-2015 Korea National Institute for the Gifted in Arts
2013-2015 Seoul Arts High School
Currently studying at the Korean National Institute for the Gifted in the Arts

Teachers

Studied under Kim Daejin

Musical Careers

2011 Performed in Kumho Solo Recital at Kumho Art Hall
2012 1st Place, the 61st Ewha-Kyunghyang Competition
Winner, Seoul Arts Center Music Competition
Performed with the Korean Symphony Orchestra (Seoul Art Center Concert Hall)
2013 Performed in a piano trio concert, Kumho Art Hall
Performed in Kumaho Prodigy Opening Concert—Solo Recital Performance, Kumaho Art Hall
2014 1st Place, Yamaha Music Scholarship Audition
3rd Place, the 14th Ettlingen International Competition for Young Pianists
Performed with the Gangnam Symphony Orchestra (Seoul Art Center Concert Hall)
2015 Performed in the Yamaha Rising Artist Series, Korea
2016 1st Place, Piano Section, the 14th Tokyo Music Competition 2016

Repertoire

My repertoire is mainly German composers such as Beethoven, Schumann, Brahms as well as chamber music
Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 3 and No. 5, Piano Sonata No. 7, No. 15, No. 30 and No. 32
Schumann's Fantasiestücke Op.12, 8 Novelletten Op.21-8
Chopin's 4 Scherzi, Ballade No.1 and No.4
Brahms-Schumann's Variation from a Theme
Mendelssohn's Variations sérieuses Op.54

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