Sunday, 28 October 2007
Slovak Philharmonic & Lim Dong-min [Piano] 15 November 2008
The famous East European orchestra the Slovak Philharmonic will perform along with pianist Lim Dong-min Nov. 1 and 3 at the Seoul Arts Center. Founded in 1949, the Slovak Philharmonic will stage its first performance of unique Slavic music in Korea. The orchestra gained global acclaim thanks to many renowned Czech music directors and conductors, such as Vaclav Talich, Ladislav Slovak, Claudio Abbado and Sergiu Celibidache.
Lim emerged as a promising pianist after winning a host of prestigious awards at international music competitions, including the 2000 Italy Viotti Competition, the 2001 Italy Busoni Competition, the 2002 International Tchaikovsky Competition, the 2004 Prague International Music Competition, and the 2005 Chopin Competition.
Program: Symphony No. 9 [Dvorak]; Overture From The Barber Of Seville [Rossini]; Piano Concerto No.1[Beethoven]
Performers: Slovak Philharmonic & Lim Dong-min [Piano]
Date: 15 November 2007
Time: 7:30 p.m.
Place: Daejeon Arts & Culture Hall
Admission: R:70,000 Won, s:50,000, A: 30,000 B: 20,000 c: 10,000