Tag Archives: Helen Hwaya Kim

Helen Hwaya Kim and clarinetist Ted Gurch performungGenshiin 2017. (source: video still)

An EarRelevant Interlude, #1: Genshi

Mark Gresham | 20 MAY 2020 Number 1 in a series of audio and video presentations curated by by EarRelevant’s publisher and principal writer Mark Gresham as part of his “Composer’s Notebook.” Several of our writers are also composers, […]

Violinist Helen Kim and pianist Robert Henry perform at Morgan Hall in KSU's Bailey Performance center. (source: video stream capture)

Video streaming provides easy access to recital by Kim and Henry as concerns over COVID-19 loom

mark Gresham | 12 MAR 2020 With concern over spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus growing rapidly, video streaming of concerts has found yet another important reason for its contributions to the performing arts culture at large in addition to […]

Summit Trio: Helen Hwaya Kim, violin, Robert Henry, piano, and Charae Krueger, cello, in Wednesday's performance. (source: video capture, KSU live streaming)

Review: Summit Trio plays Piazzolla and more, streamed live

Mark Gresham | 27 FEB 2020 Distance and traffic can be preoperative factor in whether one chooses to attend a concert. Especially if one is unable to drive – even if temporarily – and the limitations of public transportation […]

Summit Piano Trio: violinist Helen Hwaya Kim, pianist Robert Henry and cellist Charae Krueger.

Review: Summit Trio impresses in KSU’s season opener

Mark Gresham | 11 SEP 2019 KENNESAW, GA— On Tuesday evening the Summit Piano Trio gave an impressive performance of music by Smetana, Mendelssohn and Leclair at the Bailey Performance Center’s Morgan Hall on the campus of Kennesaw State […]

Pianist Elizabeth Pridgen, violinist David Coucheron, violist Catherine Lynn, cellist Brad Ritchie and bassist Joseph McFadden perform Schubert's "Trout" Quintet. (credit: Julia Dokter)

Review: Atlanta Chamber Players close season with Brahms, Schubert

Mark Gresham | 20 MAY 2019 First Presbyterian Church on Peachtree Street is a next door neighbor to The Woodruff Arts Center, located to its immediate north across 16th Street. The High Museum is the closest of the WAC […]