We are pleased to be able to present some classical music to you once again: Hyojin Park and Chanju Lee, two young Korean musicians, will play Beethoven shortly after the composers 250th birthday as well as pieces by Felix Mendelssohn and Robert Schumann. These two women pianists have won numerous prizes in Korea, Germany and internationally.
We kindly ask you to register in advance by calling 0172 373 05 48 or sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Unfortunately, we can only allow a very limited number of people in to attend the concert and these will have to leave their contact details with us. Also, we kindly ask you to bring a face mask for your visit. A further measure is regarding the refreshments, which are normally popular with our visitors, they will unfortunately have to be cancelled due to the current hygiene regulations.
We appreciate your understanding in this matter.
Your Deutsche Werkstätten
Hyojin Park was born in 1993 in Seoul, South Korea. She began playing the piano at the age of ten and studied at Ewha Womans University with Prof. Soyeon Kang (Bachelor) until 2016. In various master classes she received artistic impulses from Prof. André Marchand, Prof. Leonel Morales, Prof. Daniel Epstein and Prof. Pavel Gililov. She has lived in Dresden since 2016 and completed her master studies at the Hochschule für Musik Carl Maria von Weber with Prof. Winfried Apel. This year she continues her studies in his master class.
© Photo: Hyojin Park
Chanju Lee was born in 1995 in Seoul, South Korea. She began playing the piano at the age of eight. Since 2016 she has been living in Germany and participated in master classes of Prof. Arkadi Zenzipér, Prof. Christopher Oakden and Prof. Boguslaw Jan Strobel. In 2016 she began her bachelor studies at the Hochschule für Musik Carl Maria von Weber Dresden with Prof. Pia Kaiser.