Violinist, JOAN KWUON is praised by the New York Times for her “fiery, intensely musical and impassioned playing.”
Born and raised in Los Angeles, Ms. Kwuon made her Tanglewood Music Festival debut with the Brahms Violin Concerto at the invitation of Sir André Previn.
Following this debut, she was presented in her New York debut in recital at Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall. Ms. Kwuon’s virtuosity and radiant stage presence have been recognized by media ranging from The Today Show, CBS News and Lifetime Television to National Public Radio.
Highlights of Ms. Kwuon’s recent seasons include the United States tour with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Celebrating Mozart’s 250th birthday, she performed Mozart Violin Concerti conducted by Charles Dutoit and Matthias Bamert. Ms. Kwuon was the featured soloist with the London Symphony Orchestra and André Previn performing the Sibelius Concerto, and with Maestro Previn and the Prometheus Chamber Orchestra at Carnegie Hall performing Mozart Concerto No. 3.
Saturday, May 4, 2013
Saginaw Bay, Michigan
Saginaw Bay Symphony Orchestra
TCHAIKOVSKY Violin Concerto in D Major, Op. 35
Brett Mitchell, conductor
The Ashland (Ohio) Times-Gazette writes about Joan's Brahms' Concerto performance (Ashland Symphony Orchestra, September 22, 2012)
"Kwuon's rendering of the Concerto was transcendent"...
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