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Hahn-Bin A Violin Virtuosa Performs Soliloquy for Andy Warhol

Hahn-Bin – A
Classical Artist

 

"Sweet Muse! companion of my every hour!"
 ~ S.T. Coleridge

 

Hahn-Bin is a young classical artist who possesses a great talent and expresses that talent with a unique beauty. At the tender age of five he commenced his violin studies in Seoul, Korea.  Immediately, he began to excel at the violin and made his international debut at the age of twelve at the 42nd Grammy Awards in an event honoring Isaac Stern.

As an indication of his true ability, he became a special protégé of the brilliant Itzhak Perlman at the Perlman Music Program in 2002. He also studied at The Juilliard School with Catherine Cho.

Hahn-Bin’s critically-acclaimed debut was in 2009 at Carnegie’s Zankel Hall and his most recent engagements include Auditorium du Louvre in Paris and The Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C..

Watch this extraordinary and exuberant virtuoso, Hahn-Bin.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=psq5cQenrG0&feature=channel_video_title

Hahn-Bin recently performed at The Museum of Modern Art. Inspired by the exhibit "Andy Warhol: Motion Pictures", which focuses on the artist’s cinematic portraits and non-narrative, silent, and black-and-white films from the mid-1960s, Hahn-Bin performed "Soliloquy for Andy Warhol".

Watch Hahn-Bin’s Performance of Solo Violin.

Hahn-Bin was born to weave a tapestry of notes with his unique style and innate colour sensitivity. We thank Hahn-Bin for studying so hard to give us his most beautiful gift.

With our gratitude,

Lady Sharon
Scribe of Camelot

Visit Hahn-Bin’s Official Website


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