Hyun Su Shin
Korea, °1987
 
VIOLIN 2012 : Third Prize
Hyun Su Shin began learning the violin at the age of 4; five years later she joined the pre-school training programme at the Korean National University of Arts, where she went on to study under Kim Nam Yun. She began her career as a soloist at the age of 11 and has performed in Europe, the United States, China, and Japan, with orchestras such as the NHK Symphony Orchestra, the National Symphony Orchestra of Washington D.C., the Tokyo Philharmonic, the Osaka Philharmonic, and the Seoul Philharmonic. After winning a number of competitions in Korea, she went on to impress at the Tibor Varga International Competition (Third Prize in 2005), the Hanover International Competition (Second Prize in 2006), and the Long-Thibaud International Competition in Paris (First Prize in 2008).

Teachers

NamYun Kim

Degrees

Korea National University of Arts, Artist Diploma(3rd year)
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Final 2012: Hyun Su Shin
Semi-final 2012: Hyun Su Shin - concerto
Semi-final 2012: Hyun Su Shin - recital
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Programme
Final (22/05/2012)
Johannes Brahms Sonata n. 3 in D minor op. 108
Kenji Sakai Concerto pour violon et orchestre
Jean Sibelius Concerto in D minor op. 47
Hyun Su Shin, violin
National Orchestra of Belgium, dir. Gilbert Varga
Takashi Sato, pianist accompanist
Semi-final

Récital (08/05/2012)

Victor Kissine Caprice
Ernest Chausson Poème op. 25
Eugène Ysaÿe Sonata in D minor op. 27/3
Henryk Wieniawski Variations sur un thème original in A minor op. 15
Hyun Su Shin, violin
Takashi Sato, pianist accompanist

Concerto (11/05/2012)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Concerto n. 4 in D major KV 218
Hyun Su Shin, violin
Orchestre Royal de Chambre de Wallonie, dir. Michael Hofstetter
First round (01/05/2012)
Johann Sebastian Bach Adagio - Fuga : Allegro (Sonata n. 1 in G minor BWV 1001)
Nicolò Paganini Caprice n. 24 in A minor
Robert Schumann In kraftigem, nicht zu schnellem tempo (Concerto in D minor)
Hyun Su Shin, violin
Takashi Sato, pianist accompanist
Piano 2020 postponed to May 2021
How the competition unfolds
H.M. Queen Mathilde
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