Tag Archives: Helen Hwaya Kim

Helen Hwaya Kim and Sarah Ambrose perform "Mare’ot" ("Mirrirs"") by Betty Olivero.

Review: Bent Frequency performs compositions by Jewish women at the Breman Museum

BENT FREQUENCY April 1, 2021 “Mirrors” Presented by Bent Frequency, The Breman Museum and Neranenah present Streamed from the Breman Museum, Atlanta, Georgia Stuart Gerber and Victor Pons, percussion, Jan Berry Baker, saxophone; Helen Hwaya Kim, violin; Sarah Ambrose, […]

David and Julie Coucheron (video frame capture / FPCA)

Review: Georgian Chamber Players perform enjoyable “musical respite” of works by Beethoven and Brahms

Giorgio Koukl | 17 NOV 2020 On Sunday afternoon, November 15, at the First Presbyterian Church of Atlanta, a concert of the Georgian Chamber Players with works from Beethoven and Brahms was performed. It could be viewed online only. […]

In a split screen view, percussionist Stuart Gerber and saxophonist Jan berry Baker perform the world premiere of "Composite and Parallax" by Peter Van Zandt Lane. (source: video frame capture / GSU)

Review: Bent Frequency brings living composers to the fore in From a Distance

Mark Gresham | 11 NOV2020 On Friday, Nov. 6, contemporary music ensemble Bent Frequency premiered a virtual video concert of music by four living composers Mara Gibson, Alvin Singleton, Peter Van Zandt Lane and Juan Trigos. Entitled “From a […]

The Summit Trio (source: video frame capture)

Review: Summit Trio plays lesser-known gems by Haydn, Lalo and Kirchner

Mark Gresham | 28 OCT 2020 On Monday evening the Summit Piano Trio (violinist Helen Kim, cellist Charae Krueger and pianist Robert Henry) performed a virtual-only concert of music by Haydn, Lalo and Kirchner, live-streamed from Morgan Concert Hall […]

Atlanta Chamber Players perform the world premiere of "CROW" by David Kirkland Garner. (source: video frame capture)

Review: A night of multiple “firsts” for Atlanta Chamber Players

Mark Gresham | 27 OCT 2020 This past Friday evening the Atlanta Chamber Players performed a concert of music by Ludwig van Beethoven and David Kirkland Garner to a limited in-person audience at First Presbyterian Church of Atlanta. The […]