Korea Music Foundation Announces Fellowship
The Korea Music Foundation (KMF) is pleased to announce “KMF Fellowship 2016”. The Fellowship will support the efforts of a highly accomplished and motivated young Korean musician to further the art of chamber music, either in New York or in Korea, over a one-year period. The Fellowship provides an artistic budget of $5,000, and is open to performers between the ages of 18 and 30 who are committed to professional careers in music.
KMF ANNOUNCES FELLOWSHIP WINNER
We are pleased to announce the winner of the KMF Fellowship; Yoojin Cho. Pursuing KMF’s mission to support the efforts of a highly accomplished and motivated young Korean musician to further the art of chamber music, Cho's program aims to establish after school music education outreach. It will be a pilot program for creating opportunities for low-income Korean youth to enjoy the benefits of learning chamber music.
WELCOME TO NEW PRESIDENT
We are pleased to welcome JeeHyun Kim as the new President of the Korea Music Foundation. JeeHyun Kim has a distinguished reputation in the music business. Her varied experience includes: a member of Global Advisory Council, Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center (CMSLC), a member of the International Advisory Board, Manhattan School of Music, President and CEO for Casual Classic Co., Ltd. (Seoul) and chairwoman for the Seoul Royal Symphony Orchestra.