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Music Chapel Joint Recital

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KCC X MuCH - Joint Recital

11.12.2018 TUE 20:00

Korean Cultural Center Brussels

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Hyeonjin Jane Cho, violin – Christia Hudziy, piano

Brahms, sonata No.3;

Ysaye, sonata No. 1, 3rd & 4th movt;

Edgar Elga, La Capricieuse



Lorenzo Bovitutti, piano

Franz Liszt, Des extraits des « Harmonies Poétiques et Religieuses »

VIII. Miserere, d’après Palestrina

III. Bénédiction de Dieu dans la Solitude

I. Invocation


Woohyung Kim, violin – Christia Hudziy, piano

Debussy, Sonate

Saint-saens, Etude caprice;

Tchaikovsky, Valse-scherzo



Hyeonjin Jane Cho, violin

Jane (Hyeonjin) Cho, born in 1997 in Seoul, has begun playing the violin at the age of 6. In 2006, she took up a place at the Yehudi Menuhin School in England where she studied with Professor Liutsia Ibragimova. She has since performed in number of festivals and solo recitals such as the Shipley Festival and the Thaxted Festival in Engeland. In 2012, Jane took up a place in the University of Music Performing Arts in Graz with Professor Boris Kuschnir. Being chosen as one of the most promising musicians by the Kumho Asiana group in Korea in 2011, she regularly gives concerts in Korea. In 2015, Jane was invited by Augustin Dumay to partake in his masterclass in Paris at the Louis Vuitton Fondation and gained a place at the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel under the guidance of Augustin Dumay. Since then she has participated in projects with professors such as Gary Hoffman and Miguel da Silva and has been invited by the Kronberg Academy ‘Chamber Music Connects the World’ in 2016 to play with Gidon Kremer and Christian Tetzlaff. In the following year in 2017, Jane has participated in the public masterclass at the Kronberg Academy with Mihaela Martin. In September 2017, Jane commenced her studies at the Royal College of Music, as a RCM scholar supported by The Royal College of Music and a Joan Weller Scholarship, with Ithzak Rashkovsky as well as continuing her studies at the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel. In the coming summer 2018, Jane has been invited to participate in the Seiji Ozawa International Academy in Switzerland to work with Nobuko Imai, Pamela Frank, Sadao Harada and Robert Mann. Jane plays a Patigny bow kindly granted by Augustin Dumay, and on a ‘Francisco Ruger detto il Per in Cremona dell’ano 1679’ kindly granted by the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel.

Since 2015, Jane has been studying at the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel with Augustin Dumay.

Lorenzo Bovitutti, piano

Italian pianist Lorenzo Bovitutti was born in 1993 close to Milan and he began his piano studies at 8 years old, upon his precise and spontaneous request. In 2007 he made a life changing encounter with the world-renowned pianist Roberto Plano, under whose precious guidance he obtained his Diploma with 10/10 cum laude and a rare honorable mention. He extensively performed solo recitals throughout Italy and was also invited to Argentina, Lithuania, and Paris. He played Mozart Piano Concerto K414 and Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 1, accompanied by the Eine Kleine Ensemble: a versatile instrumental group he founded in 2018.

Bovitutti is also founder and artistic director of “Donatori di Musica – Gallarate”: a charity in his hometown where top italian performers are invited to play for terminally ill patients. During the last three years, he devoted a fair share of his time to teaching piano to kids, which he has done with gratefulness and love. Despite his young age, he was also invited to give Masterclasses in Genova. He recently took an interest is composition, which he studies mostly as a self-taught.

A voracious reader, he found great inspiration in the writings of Epictetus, Dostoyevski and Ken Wilber.

In 2018 he is artist in residence at the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel, under the guidance of Louis Lortie and Avedis Kouyoumdjian.


Woo Hyung Kim, violin

Woo Hyung Kim was born in Seoul, Korea, in 1991. He started playing violin at the age of three and was the laureate of a regional competition at the age of five. He then moved to Moscow, where he entered the Central Music School of the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in 2000 and where he studied for six years in the class of Galina Turchaninova. At the age of 11 he performed with the Moscow State Orchestra and the Chernivtsi Philharmonic Orchestra of Ukraine; he also appeared with two players of recitals. He then went on to perform with several Russian regional orchestras. Woo Hyung won first prize at the 2005 Moscow International Violin Competition and first prize at the 2008 Russian Violin Competition in Kazan. He took third prize at the 2013 Vaclav Huml International Violin Competition in Croatia. He studied for six years in the class of Prof Irina Bochkova after the Central Music School of the Tchaikovsky Conservatory before moving to the Royal Conservatory of Antwerp in 2012. . He is currently studying at the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel in Belgium, in the class of Augustin Dumay. Woo Hyung plays with the Guarnerius del Gesu – 1728 kindly lent by the Michael Guttman Foundation.

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