The award winning Shea-Kim duo was formed in 2014 by husband and wife duo Brendan Shea and Yerin Kim. Since then, they have competed internationally and toured the world, performing in Belgium, Italy, Canada, South Korea, and the United States. Their awards include the Ackerman Chamber Music Award and Gold Medal at the Manhattan International Music Competition. Their performances have been broadcasted on Klara Continuo in Belgium, PBC in Seoul, and WUFT Classic in the USA. Their debut performance in Seoul, South Korea was recorded live and published by Ark Studio. Their second album, “The Sound and the Fury”, will be released in fall 2021 by Blue Griffin records. The duo is also actively involved in promoting chamber music to a broader community and audiences, and regularly perform sensory friendly concerts that provide high quality chamber music for individuals and families with autism. The duo also regularly appears at several notable music festivals, including the Annapolis Chamber Music Festival, the Anchorage Chamber Music Festival, the Harborfront Chamber Music Festival, and are co-founders and co-artistic directors of Chamber Music in the Bend.
For more information, please visit www.shea-kimduo.com/
“All roads lead to Vienna”
For centuries, Vienna, Austria has been a mecca to classical musicians. In the pantheon of great composers, you would be hard pressed to find a composer who wasn’t involved with Vienna in some capacity. We selected great composers from across time that each had a different relationship to this musical city. Whether a resident, visitor, national, or student, all roads inevitably lead to Vienna.
F. Schubert/F. Liszt, “Die Forelle” (“the trout”)
L. Beethoven, Sonata for piano and violin, Op.12 No.3 in E flat major
R. Schumann, Sonata for piano and violin, Op.105 No.1 in A minor
F. Kreisler, Recitativo und Scherzo
A. Schnittke, Suite in the Old Style for violin and piano