Paul Kim has earned recognition from a variety of competitions. He was the First Prize winner at the state and regional competitions of MTNA and won Second Prize at the National Finals in Denver, Colorado. Paul Kim also played Ravel’s Tzigane in the first, annual “Celebrate Asia” concert featuring a joint effort between the Seattle Youth Symphony and the Seattle Symphony. In 2010, Paul Kim received the festival medal in the Seattle Young Artist Competition for his performance of the Violin Concerto in D minor by Jean Sibelius. As an avid chamber musician, Paul has spent the past two years studying quartets with the Thibier Quartet as a part of the Intensive Quartet Seminar at the Cleveland Institute of Music.
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Download article as PDF by Daniel Hathaway Surely it was just a coincidence that CityMusic Cleveland’s final series of concerts mostly duplicated works The Cleveland Orchestra had played the week before in the third concert of its all-Beethoven Prometheus Project at Severance Hall. The unique piece on CityMusic’s program was the Violin Concerto, which received […]