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ABOUT THE WATERBURY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

The WSO builds connections across the region with exploratory concerts, events, and educational programs. The WSO maintains a firm commitment to produce programs that are of value to its patrons, participants and community partners. This commitment is rooted in the Symphony’s core belief that music education and shared cultural experiences are essential to creating community.  Founded in 1938, the Symphony has assembled over 100 of the most talented musicians across New England to perform throughout Northwest Connecticut.  The 2019-2020 season celebrates Maestro Leif Bjaland’s 25th Anniversary as Music Director & Conductor with the WSO.

The Symphony has been the Orchestra-in-Residence at Naugatuck Valley Community College since 1992. 

OUR VENUES

Naugatuck Valley Community College

750 Chase Parkway
Waterbury, CT 06708

The Palace Theater

100 E. Main St.
Waterbury, CT 06702

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info@waterburysymphony.org

203-574-4283

Administrative Offices:

160 Robbins Street

Waterbury, CT 06078

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March 1, 2020  All-Mozart

1:30 PM   Doors
2 PM        Pre-concert Insights
3 PM        Concert
NVCC Fine Arts Center

Concert Sponsored by:
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The Waterbury Symphony joins forces with the Hartford Chorale and vocal soloists from the Yale School of Music.

Mozart  Violin Concerto No. 5 in A major
     Yoon Be Kim, violin
     Winner of the Young Artist Concerto Competition
Mozart  Requiem
   

 

About Soloist Yoon Be Kim

A native of South Korea, Yoonbe began violin studies at the age of five and moved to the United States when she was 15. She attended the Colburn School Academy, followed by studying with Frank Huang, concertmaster of New York Philharmonic.


She has appeared as a soloist with Busan Symphony Orchestra, Czech Virtuosi Orchestra and Kyoto Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra. She also has won 1st prizes at Los Angeles Korean American Musicians Association Competition and NEC Bales Violin Competition. She has served as concertmaster of Colburn Chamber Orchestra, NEC Philharmonia and NEC Chamber Orchestra.


Yoonbe earned her Bachelor of Music degree from New England Conservatory where she studied with Malcolm Lowe, and she currently studies under the tutelage of Hyo Kang at Yale School of Music. She plays on a Miralles violin and a Lucchi bow generously on loan from The Maestro Foundation.