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.......Stella Kim is completing her Masters Degree in violin performance with Elizabeth Holowell at University of Auckland. She is very active solo violinist as well as chamber musician internationally.
.......In September 2015, she was one of the finalists in Brahms International Competition in Austria, where she competed with her piano trio. She was invited and gave performance in Pablo Casals Festival in France by The Fine Arts Quartet who is the leading string quartet today. She was the winner of '13 Pettman/ROSL Chamber Music Competition with her Trinity Trio. This substantial scholarship allowed the trio to go on a two month tour of the UK, performing over 15 concerts, receiving lessons from teachers of leading schools in London and experiencing the high quality music culture. Some of the highlights of their performances included places such as giving three recitals at the Edinburgh International Festival in Scotland, the Lake District International Summer Music Festival and St James's church, Piccadilly in London. The trio were also invited to Thailand to give 6 public recitals in Bangkok, Pattaya, Hua-Hin and Khon kaen, including New Zealand Ambassador's 80th Anniversary Concert in Hua-Hin.
.......Stella was the concertmaster of University of Auckland Symphony Orchestra for three years and Westlake Symphony and Chamber Orchestra for 4 years. She has appeared as a concerto soloist with the following orchestras; St.Matthews Chamber Orchestra; University of Auckland Symphony; Devonport Chamber Orchestra; Aotea Symphony Orchestra and Westlake Symphony Orchestra. She was a concertmaster of Westlake Symphony and Westlake Chamber Orchestra. In 2012, she was the finalist of Graduation Gala Concerto Competition where she was awarded second prize. She was one of the semi-finalists of National Concerto Competition and scholarship winner from the Pettman Academy. She was awarded 'First in Course' for eight courses in her University Bachelors degree. Stella is a casual worker at Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra since 2013 and for Bach Musica Orchestra.
.......She has participated in the masterclasses with world-class violinists, Zakhar Bron in Italy, Sarah Chang, Cho-Liang Lin, Nicola Benedetti, Linus Roth, Feng Ning, Elisabeth Kufferath, Lara St John and Christian Altenburger.
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Sally kim review :
2003 Grade 5 cello ABRSM
? 2004 Grade 5 theory ABRSM - (age 8)
? 2005 Grade 7 cello ABRSM - (age 9)
? 2006 - West Auckland Performing Arts Competition (age 10)
First place in 10years and under - string solo
Very highly commended 12 years and under - string solo two pieces
?2007 - West Auckland Performing Arts Competition (age11)
Second place in 12years and under - string solo two pieces
Highly commended 11&12 years - string solo
?2008 - West Auckland Performing Arts Competition (age 12)
First place in 12 years and under - string solo two pieces
First place in 11&12 years - string solo
- North Shore Performing Arts Competitions Society (age 12)
Third Place for under 18 years of age
-Grade 8 Cello ABRSM - (age 13).
? 2009 - Chamber Music New Zealand National Finalist (age 14)
Apassionatos (played Arensky Trio in D minor 1st movement and Gareth Farr 'Ahi' movement 4)
-Tauranga Chamber Music Competition (age 14)
First place in the Junior Section - Apassionatos (played Arensky Trio in D
minor 1st movement and Gareth Farr 'Ahi' movement 3)
? 2010 - Harmony Club Instrumental Section Scholarship (age 15)
Winner (Youngest competitor aged from 13~25)
- Chamber Music New Zealand Auckland District Final winner (age 15)
Roseberry Trio played Shostakovich Piano Trio No 2 in E, Op 67 (movement II, IV).
- Chamber Music New Zealand National Finalist (age 15) - 2 groups
Roseberry Trio - Shostakovich Piano Trio No 2 in E, Op 67 (movement II, IV)
Euphonius Quartet - Dvorak String Quartet No 12 in F, Op 96 (movement I, IV).
- Tauranga Chamber Music competition (age 15)
1st place in the Junior Section - Euphonius Quartet (played Dvorak String
Quartet No 12 in F, Op 96 (movement I, IV).
? 2011 - National Winner of NZ Secondary Schools Chamber Music Contest (age 16)
Geist Quartet ( played 'Death and the Maiden' by Shubert's String Quartet movement 1).
- Saint Matthew Chamber Orchestra (age 16)
was invited to play with the orchestra and played Elegie by Faure
- KBB Young Performers' Competition. (age 16)
selected as one of the top 5 national finalists.
? 2012 - Chamber Music New Zealand Contest National Winner (age 17)
Two years running Geist Quartet (played ' String Quartet No.1' by Debussy)
Invitation to Shanghai International Music Festival for New Zealand Artist. Performed in Shanghai Music Conservatory, Shanghai International School and Suzhou International School with Geist Quartet.
? 2013 - SOUNZ-NZCF Composition Competition Award (age 17)
received a Commended Award at the New Zealand Choral Federation Composition Competition. (Choral Work - 'Clap Your Hands' by Sally Kim)
-International Padova Music Competition in Italy (age 18)
Second Prize with the highest mark in Category ages under 22
-Garda Lake International Music Festival
Masterclass with Maestro Antonio Meneses
- Winner of Royal Over-Seas League Scholarship

.......Concert tour in UK. Giving concerts in major concert venues such as St James's Piccadilly, St Barnabas Church Ealing, Princess Alexandra Hall, Budleigh salterton festival, Lake District Summer festival. Masterclasses with well- known UK artists such as David Takeno from the Tokyo String Quartet, , Michael Dusseck and Jon Thorne form Royal Academy of Music, Tamsin Waley Cohen, Julian Jacobson from the Royal College of Music.
.......www.varietynewsonline.com have invitation card from new zeland Embassy at thailand and Pro Musica come to meet & interview with DUO super stars classical musicians from new zeland miss stella kim and miss sally kim she come to openning to 2nd concert show at thailand ...

Theme concert is the Spirits of ASEAN .
.......Quintet for the Spirits of ASEAN aims to pass down the tradition of quintet composition that flourished in the common era.Distinctively, it pursues the uniqueness of applying ASEAN music scholarship with western musical grammar. Modes, rhythm, form, harmony, texture, and indeginious performance techniques of ASEAN music are integrated creatively with western sonority.
.......As such, the "Quintet for the Spirits of ASEAN" is not an arrangement of folk melodies, but a sophisticated composition that results from an in-depth synthesis of folk materials, along with the expertise to incorporate contemporary western composition techniques, advancing it to an intellectual composition. The 45-minute composition is constructed in the genre of Program music, comprising a Prelude, 10movements, and a Postlude.
official aritist
Trinity Trio
more information contact : PR. ARITIST OFFICERS :
Pro Musica khun kate โทร . 089 8202754 .
and organizers .
The Siam Society, 131 Asoke Montri Road (Sukhumvit 21) Bkk. 10110
Tel: 02-661-6470-3 Fax. 02-258-3491 E-mail info@siam-society.org , http://www.siam-society.org/

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