KCC’s October House Concert features Seungwon Lee (piano) and Amy Yule (flute)

News of this month’s House Concert at the Korean Cultural Centre:

KCC House Concert with Seungwon Lee and Amy Yule

Tuesday 24 October, 7 pm | Reception Hall, KCCUK
Admission is free, but booking is required
RSVP to info@kccuk.org.uk / 020 7004 2600

Seungwon Lee

Seungwon Lee: Piano
Amy Yule: Flute

Programme

Bach Flute Sonata in E major, BWV 1035
Poulenc Flute Sonata
Dutilleux Sonatine

(Intermission)

Gaubert Fantasie
Prokofiev Flute Sonata in D Major, Op.94

Seungwon Lee (Piano)

Seungwon Lee is South Korean piano accompanist. She finished her M.A on Distinction and Professional Diploma at the Royal Academy of Music. During her studies, she won the first prize in Scott Huxley piano accompaniment competition as well as prizes in many international chamber music competitions. Also, she has performed in Europe including the UK, Spain, Portugal, Germany and Denmark.

After her studying, she has managed to get a working visa, generously supported by Korean Government.
She was invited Oxford lieder master course and Jackdaws Opera plus project. Also, she was the piano accompanist for the 32nd William Bennett international flute course in Surrey, UK.

Amy Yule (Flute)

Amy has recently been appointed as principal flute with the Royal Northern Sinfonia having completed a MA at the Royal Academy of Music this year.

She graduated with distinction and a DipRAM award as well as several prizes including the Woodwind Finalists Prize and HRH Duchess of Gloucester Prize for exemplary studentship. Amy’s studies at the Academy were generously supported by the ABRSM and the Martin Musical Scholarship Fund.

As a soloist Amy was awarded first place in the British Flute Society Young Artist competition 2017. Amy works regularly with pianist Seungwon Lee: recent performances include a recital at the Wigmore Hall following success in the Royal Academy of Music Patron’s Award Competition.

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