Violinist Angela Kim, a native of Franklin Lakes, N.J., made her concerto debut in 2011 with the Nova Philharmonic Orchestra (New York), and has appeared since as a soloist with ensembles in N.J., N.Y., and South Korea including the K-Radio Philharmonic Orchestra and the New Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra. Concert venues she has performed in as a soloist are the Alice Tully, Carnegie Weill, LeFrak, and Merkin Concert Halls, as well as the Bruno Walter Auditorium and Peter Jay Sharp Theater in New York; the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington D.C.; the Alpensia Concert Hall in Pyeongchang; and the Seoul Arts Center IBK Chamber Hall. She has also been featured at various music festivals, namely the Classical Bridge Festival, Great Mountains Music Festival, Heifetz Institute, Meadowmount School of Music, Morges Academy of Music, and Mozarteum International Summer Academy.
She received her education at the Juilliard Pre-College as a student of Dr. Ann Setzer and has studied chamber music with Mr. Shmuel Ashkenasi. She holds Bachelor’s (with academic honors) and Master’s degrees from Juilliard, where she was a student of Sally Thomas and a Morse Teaching Fellow.
Angela plays a violin made in London by Stefan-Peter Greiner in 2012.