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Lunchtime Concert - Kristine Zulicke Piano HyeWon Kim Violin

Lunchtime Concert - Kristine Zulicke Piano HyeWon Kim Violin

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  • Tue 5 Sep ’17, 12:15pm – 1:00pm


Old St Paul's, 34 Mulgrave St, Thorndon, Wellington


All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Free Admission

HyeWon Kim is a professional violinist who plays in major New Zealand orchestras as well as being a chamber musician, soloist and teacher. Before arriving to New Zealand, HyeWon was in Spain working as a member of the Orquesta sinfonica de Castilla y León and Orquesta sinfonica de Cadaqués.

HyeWon has also lived in Japan as a member of the Hyogo Performing Arts Center Orchestra. She graduated with a MMus from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London under David Takeno and while in the UK, worked with the BBC Philharmonic, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, the Halle Orchestra, Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Northern Sinfonia and Southbank Sinfonia Orchestras.

She has also been a member of UBS Verbier Festival Orchestra, the Schleswig-Holstein Festival Orchestra and Pacific Music Festival orchestra. HyeWon is a Korean-born New Zealander.

Kris Zuelicke has lived in Wellington since 2011 and previously attended Miami University in the USA, graduating with undergraduate degrees in music, linguistics and German and a Master’s Degree in Music Theory at Indiana University. She is currently finishing her doctorate in harpsichord at the NZSM, studying with Douglas Mews.

In addition to performing on piano, harpsichord and cello, she enjoys teaching students of all ages both privately and at Queen Margaret College. Whilst living in Palmerston North from 2003–2011, she was on the committee of the Institute of Registered Music Teachers, Renaissance Singers and organised the Te Manawa Concert Series for a number of years. In the USA and Germany, she taught music and other subjects as a Montessori primary school teacher.

- W. A. Mozart – Sonata No. 6 in G major, KV 301
- Edward Elgar – Chanson de Matin, op. 15
- Antonín Dvořák – Romantic Pieces, op. 75
- Jean Gabriel-Marie – La Cinquantaine, op. 37
- Enrique Granados – Danse espagnole No. 5, Andaluza

Take your lunch break, bring your sandwiches and enjoy some sublime entertainment..

Come earlier or linger afterwards to take in the surroundings and the treasures of Old St Paul's, or visit our delightful gift shop.

Entry is free, but your koha is welcomed to defray expenses.

Lunchtime Concerts programme is proudly supported by the Wellington City Council’s Arts and Culture Fund.

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