Music At The Meeting House: In Mo Yang

FRI, APR 6, 2018 (40:42)

New England Conservatory Artist Diploma student, In Mo Yang, talks about the theme of Occupation. Yang describes how the pieces he chose to perform connect to not only the immigrant experience but also to his own country’s story of being occupied.

This is one in a 4-part series at Old South Meeting Hous presented as part of New England Conservatory’s Community Performances & Partnerships Program, featuring performers from the school’s prestigious Artist Diploma and Graduate Ensemble Training programs. This concert is part of the theme exploring historic and contemporary ideas of “Occupation” as Old South Meeting House marks the 250th anniversary of Boston’s military occupation of 1768

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+ BIO: In Mo Yang

Korean violinist In Mo Yang, First Prize Winner of the 2014 Concert Artists Guild Competition, has been hailed by the Boston Globe for his “…seamless technique and a tender warmth of tone,” combined with “…an ability to project an engaging sense of inner sincerity through his playing.” In March 2015, he won the 54th International Violin Competition “Premio Paganini” in Genoa, Italy, marking the first time since 2006 that the Paganini Competition jury has awarded the First Prize. He also garnered the following special prizes: Youngest finalist; Best performance of the contemporary original piece; and Performance most appreciated by the audience, confirming The Violin Channel’s praise of In Mo as “one of the new generation’s most talented young string virtuosi.

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