Musicians

Katie Hyun Violin



Helicon Performances

Symposium 120 - Transalpina
Symposium 116 - A Chopin Salon
Symposium 112 - The Grand Concerto

Hailed as “a virtuoso by anyone’s measure” (The Berkshire Review), violinist Katie Hyun has performed as a soloist with the Houston Symphony, the Dallas Chamber Orchestra, Concerto Soloists Orchestra in Philadelphia, the Philadelphia Orchestra, and the Columbia Festival Orchestra. Recent highlights include world premieres at Bright Sheng’s “Intimacy of Creativity” music festival in Hong Kong, and a recital at Aspen Music Festival with bassist Edgar Meyer and cellist Mihai Marica.

Ms. Hyun is a member of the award winning Amphion String Quartet, which became a member of the CMS Two Program at The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center in the fall of 2013. She is also the founder and director of Quodlibet Ensemble, a small chamber orchestra that made its debut to great acclaim and has since performed at the Shepherd Music Series and Yale British Arts Center in Connecticut. Quodlibet Ensemble released its debut album in December 2013.

Additional appearances include a world premiere of Wei-Chieh Lin’s Concerto for Violin and Cello with cellist Michael Katz and the New York Classical Players, and recitals with pianist Roman Rabinovich as the recipient of the Maxwell Shepherd Fund’s “Artist in Residence.”

Ms. Hyun received her Artist Diploma at the Yale School of Music, studying with Ani Kavafian, and her Masters Degree at the State University of New York in Stony Brook, where she studied with Pamela Frank, Ani Kavafian, and Philip Setzer. She studied with Aaron Rosand and Pamela Frank at the Curtis Institute of Music where she received her bachelor’s degree.