와현의 노래 (클라리넷, 피아노)- 미국 라이더대학교 Hillman Performance Hall 실황 연주
한국의 클래식 음악 개척자 그리고 한국의 대표 여성 작곡가
참여 작곡가: 김순남, 김성태, 윤이상, 엄대호
이영자, 이신우, 이진실
Timothy P. Urban, Teddy Niedermaier
(클라리넷: Sung Won Hwang, 피아노: Eunju Kim)
엄대호의 [거제도 모음곡 중 제 2번 곡 "와현의 노래"]
<작품평론> 협화와 불협화의 음향학적 현상을 통해 클라리넷과 피아노의 조합이 구체적 연상을 주며, 기본 박에 대항하는 박절 감이 융해된 사운드다. 특히 음정들의 선호는 일정한 질서 없이 '자연의 일원성'과 '인간 심리'에 중점을 두며, 전형적으로 음악적 무드가 강한 곡이라 평가된다.
- 정순영 (음악평론가)
Dae-Ho Eom's [Geojedo Suite No.2 "Song of Waheon"] <Work Criticism>
- Soon-Young Jung (Music Critic)
Through the acoustic phenomena of consonance and dissonance, the combination of clarinet and piano gives a concrete association, and it is a sound in which rubato against the basic beat is arranged. In particular, the selection of intervals focuses on 'unity in nature' and 'human psychology' without a certain order, and it is typically evaluated as a song with a strong musical mood.
Composed by Dae-Ho Eom <Geojedo Suite No.2 "Song of Waheon">
엄대호 작곡 <거제도 모음곡 2번 "와현의 노래">
clarinetist Sung Won Hwang
Clarinetist Sung-Won Hwang is one of the most sought after performers and teachers in the New York City area. Her ability to "mesmerize audiences with her dynamic presence and interpretation" has taken her to perform extensively in renowned venues such as Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, Merkin Concert Hall, Symphony Space, Steinway Hall, Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, John F. Kennedy Center, and Toronto Center for the Arts. She has given masterclasses at music clinics and festivals as a classical music advocate in Italy, France, Switzerland, Germany, Korea, China, Japan, Mexico, Canada, and the United States.
A devoted chamber musician, Dr. Hwang is a founder of a chamber music group, A440, and has coordinated concerts to promote new music composed by emerging composers around the world and recorded on Naxos Records, Mark Records, Composers Recordings, Inc., as well as independent folk music labels. She has served on the woodwind and music theory faculties at Eastman Community Music School, Mason Gross Extension Division, and Rutgers Preparatory School.
Currently teaching woodwinds, chamber music, and aural skills at Rutgers University and Westminster Conservatory, Dr. Hwang maintains a busy lecture and performance schedule. She is also an active adjudicator at various competitions for young professionals as a member of Music Teachers National Association and National Association for Music Education.
Dr. Hwang received Bachelor and Master of Music degrees in Clarinet Performance and Literature from the Eastman School of Music and a Doctor of Musical Arts degree from Rutgers University. Her teachers include Richard Hawkins, Jon Manasse, Kenneth Grant, Robert DiLutis, and Maureen Hurd.
pianist Eunju Kim
Eunju Kim, MM in Sacred Music, NCTM, is currently a senior piano faculty member at the Westminster Conservatory of Music, Rider University and the Music Director of All Nations Church in Voorhees, NJ. In addition to her status as a teacher and a performer, Mrs. Kim currently serves as a chairperson of the NJMTA Advanced Master Class Audition. She has also served as a chairperson of the New Jersey Composer Commission Competition.
Mrs. Kim’s students are winners of numerous competitions including the Chopin International Piano Competition at Hartford, the International Young Gifted Musicians Festival, the Paderewski International Piano Competition, the Princeton Festival, the NJMTA Young Musicians Competition, the Steinway Piano Competition, the American Protégé International Competition, and the West Chester University Annual Piano Competition. Her students have also performed at prestigious concert halls such as the Kimmel Center in Philadelphia, the Isaac Stern Auditorium and the Weill Recital Hall in Carnegie Hall in NY. Many of their performances have been broadcasted by WWFM and WRTI. Mrs. Kim has also directed the Benefit Concert for the Camden Soup and Kitchen “The Harmony of Eastern and Western Music” in Moorestown, NJ.
She received Bachelor of Art from GyeongSang National University and Sado Scholarship from Korean Ministry of Education while she was studying in Gyeongsang National University in Korea, and Master of Music from Westminster Choir College. In addition she was awarded the Steinway & Sons Top Music Teacher in 2016 - 2018.
Saturday May 14, 2022
Hillman Performance Hall Westminster Campus, Princeton, NJ Yunkyung Choo, piano Sung Won Hwang, clarinet Eunju Kim, piano Seunghyen Kim, violin Kyu-Jung Rhee, piano Timothy Urban, baritone and recorder
PROGRAM: Eight Variations for Piano on a Korean Song (1996) Young-Ja Lee (b. 1931) Eunju Kim, piano Li-Na im Garten Die Hungrige Katze (The Hungry Cat) Das Kaninchen (The Wild Rabbit) Das Eichhörnchen (The Squirrel) Der Boxer von Nebenan (The Neighbor’s Boxer) Das Vogelchen (The Little Bird) Isang Yun (1917-1995) Seunghyen Kim, violin Chinesiche Bilder (Chinese Paintings, 1993) Der Besucher der Idylle (The Visitor of the Idyll) Der Eremit am Wasser (The Hermit at the Water) Isang Yun (1917-1995) Timothy Urban, recorder Song of Waheon (Vocalise) from “Geojedo Suite” (2018) Dae-Ho Eom (b. 1972) Sung Won Hwang, clarinet Eunju Kim, piano Alleluia from “Choral Fantasy for Piano” (2010) Shinuh Lee (b. 1969) Kyu-Jung Rhee, piano 어린 시절의 추"억 (Memories of Youth) Timothy P. Urban (b. 1963) Sung Won Hwang, clarinet Seunghyen Kim, violin Sanyu Hwa (산유화 - Wildflowers of the Mountains) Sun Nam Kim (1917-1983) Dongsimcho Dongsimcho (동심초 - One-heart Flower) Soung Tai Kim (1910-2012) Timothy Urban, baritone Yunkyung Choo, piano Three Korean Minyo Milyang Arirang (미량아리랑) Bluebird, Bluebird (파랑새) Song of the Roasted Chestnuts (군밤타령) Teddy Niedermaier (b. 1983) Kyu-Jung Rhee, piano Arirang Jinsil Lee (b. 1983) Sung Won Hwang, clarinet Yunkyung Choo, piano