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2022 Cliburn Gold Medalist

 

2022 Cliburn Gold Medalist

 

2022 Cliburn Gold Medalist

Date

October 18, 2022

Time

7:30 PM

Price

Tickets start at $34

Time

7:30 PM

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AUG 22-29, get BOGO tickets in Price Levels 4 & 6

 

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Yunchan Lim, South Korea, 18
RACHMANINOV Piano Concerto No. 3 in D Minor, op. 30
from the final round of the 2022 Cliburn competition

Part of the Admiral Transfer Music Series

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Sponsored by:

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Congratulations to Yunchan Lim, Gold Medalist of the 16th Edition of the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition!

"Yunchan is that rare artist who brings profound musicality and prodigious technique organically together. The fact that he is only 18 years old is truly awe-inspiring and gives me great hope for the future.”
Conductor Marin Alsop

This will be Lim's Houston performance debut. Recital repertoire to be announced later this summer.

Held every four years in Fort Worth, Texas, the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition is one of the premiere music contests in the world. Performing Arts Houston has presented winners of The Cliburn for over 50 years..

About the Artist

Yunchan Lim launched onto the international music stage when he was 14. He won second prize and the Chopin Special Award in his first-ever competition, the Cleveland International Piano Competition for Young Artists in 2018. That same year, he stood out as the youngest participant in the Cooper International Competition, where he won the third prize and the audience prize, which provided the opportunity for him to perform with the Cleveland Orchestra. 2019 meant more accolades, when, at the age of 15, he was the youngest to win Korea’s IsangYun International Competition, where he also took home two special prizes.
 
Now just 18, he has performed across South Korea—including with the Korean Orchestra Festival, Korea Symphony, Suwon Philharmonic, and Busan Philharmonic Orchestras, among others—as well as in Madrid, at the invitation of the Korea Cultural Center in Spain. He also participated in the recording of “2020 Young Musicians of Korea,” organized by the Korean Broadcasting System and released that November. 
 
A native of Siheung, Yunchan currently studies at the Korea National University of Arts under Minsoo Sohn. Coming to Fort Worth, he says he is “looking forward to playing in front of the warmest and most passionate audience in the world.” 

Yunchan Lim, South Korea, 18
RACHMANINOV Piano Concerto No. 3 in D Minor, op. 30
from the final round of the 2022 Cliburn competition

Part of the Admiral Transfer Music Series

Admiral New Logo Transparent 1

Sponsored by:

Emily Kuo & Michael Chu

Producing Sponsors

tca horizontal blue tag

 

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Congratulations to Yunchan Lim, Gold Medalist of the 16th Edition of the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition!

"Yunchan is that rare artist who brings profound musicality and prodigious technique organically together. The fact that he is only 18 years old is truly awe-inspiring and gives me great hope for the future.”
Conductor Marin Alsop

This will be Lim's Houston performance debut. Recital repertoire to be announced later this summer.

Held every four years in Fort Worth, Texas, the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition is one of the premiere music contests in the world. Performing Arts Houston has presented winners of The Cliburn for over 50 years..

About the Artist

Yunchan Lim launched onto the international music stage when he was 14. He won second prize and the Chopin Special Award in his first-ever competition, the Cleveland International Piano Competition for Young Artists in 2018. That same year, he stood out as the youngest participant in the Cooper International Competition, where he won the third prize and the audience prize, which provided the opportunity for him to perform with the Cleveland Orchestra. 2019 meant more accolades, when, at the age of 15, he was the youngest to win Korea’s IsangYun International Competition, where he also took home two special prizes.
 
Now just 18, he has performed across South Korea—including with the Korean Orchestra Festival, Korea Symphony, Suwon Philharmonic, and Busan Philharmonic Orchestras, among others—as well as in Madrid, at the invitation of the Korea Cultural Center in Spain. He also participated in the recording of “2020 Young Musicians of Korea,” organized by the Korean Broadcasting System and released that November. 
 
A native of Siheung, Yunchan currently studies at the Korea National University of Arts under Minsoo Sohn. Coming to Fort Worth, he says he is “looking forward to playing in front of the warmest and most passionate audience in the world.” 


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