Philadelphia violinist Min-Young Kim is a founding member and first violinist of the Daedalus Quartet. She is also the concertmaster of the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia and a frequent guest with ECCO and the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra. She has been featured as a soloist with the Boston Pops in Symphony Hall and with the Bard Festival Orchestra and performs on historical violin with the baroque orchestras, Apollo’s Fire and Tempesta di Mare. She enjoys working closely with composers, commissioning and premiering new works including those of Fred Lerdahl, Anna Weesner, Huck Hodge, and Wolfgang Rihm. In her quest to play many strings, Min also plays the violoncello da spalla, (a mini cello held up against the shoulder with a strap), the viola and is learning the guitar. A graduate of Harvard and Juilliard, she currently teaches at the University of Pennsylvania.
This Artist performs in the following events:
Grand Tour, Legacies, Paris Import-Export, Viennese Melodrama