20-Oct-2016


Young Artist Series: Eloise Kim
Thursday, October 20, 7:30 p.m.
FREE

Eloise Kim, pianist, born in 1992 was the youngest finalist at the 2008 New York International Piano Competition, a biennial event presented under the auspices of the Stecher and Horowitz Foundation. Hailed as “a musician with great poetic phrasing and poised lyrical nature”-the Columbian, Eloise received her Bachelor of Music at the Colburn Conservatory studying with Ory Shihor. She is now pursuing her Master's degree at the Manhattan School of Music with Andre-Michel Schub. 

Eloise has competed successfully in many prestigious competitions including: Grand Prize Winner of the Pinault International Piano Competition and Semi-Finalist of the Gina Bachauer International Junior Piano Competition. She has won top prizes in the Lennox, Kingsville, WPPC (dedicated to Leon Fleisher) and Jefferson Young Artists International Piano Competitions. As a chamber musician, she was a finalist of the International Chamber Music Ensemble Competition in the Kim-Garbot Duo, performing at Weill Recital Hall/Carnegie Hall. 

Ms. Kim was named the prestigious 2014 Jack Kent Cooke Graduate Arts Scholar, one of only 20 young artists in the United States to receive this $100,000 scholarship for her graduate studies. She has also been a scholarship recipient of the Chopin National Foundation of the US and Chamber Music Northwest Young Artist Fellows. Other recognitions include Beaux Arts Society Award in honor of her talents and achievements and the Outstanding Achievements in the Performing Arts Student Award from the Beaverton city mayor. 

Eloise Kim was the youngest pianist selected to perform at the Wheeler Opera House at the Aspen Music Festival where she studied in 2002, 2003, 2008 and 2011. Eloise has been a featured performer upon numerous occasions including the Portland-Seattle Pacific Northwest Korean-American Youth Concert, Colburn Contemporary Ensemble concerts in Los Angeles, Sierra Madre Playhouse series and the Best of Colburn winter concert series in Three Rivers, California. 

 Ms. Kim has performed solo and chamber works in Oregon, Colorado, New York, California and Canada, working extensively and performing chamber music with Gabriel le Magadure, violinist of the Ebene Quartet. She has studied at Orford Arts Centre, Banff Centre and Art of the Piano Festival, with distinguished artists including Jean-David Coen, John O’Conor, Jacques Rouvier, Robert McDonald, Awadagin Pratt and Gabriel Kwok.

 Eloise Kim has appeared as soloist with the Vancouver Symphony (USA), Columbia Symphony, Oregon, Jefferson Symphony, Colorado and the Valley Catholic Orchestra, Oregon. Eloise Kim organized concerts at the Sierra Madre Playhouse in Sierra Madre, California, where her Amoris Trio gave their debut recital, featuring a performance of classical to jazz genres. She is a member of the faculty at the South Pasadena Program, Colburn Teaching Fellow in Los Angeles.



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