Young violinist to perform with Kish orchestra
Kishwaukee Symphony Orchestra invites the public to the annual Arthur D. Montzka Young Artists Concerto Competition Winner Concert at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 23, in Boutell Memorial Concert Hall, in the Northern Illinois University Music Building.
Competition winner Kelly Talim will perform with the orchestra as a guest soloist on violin on Violin Concerto in D Major, Op. 77, by Johannes Brahms. Kelly, a junior at New Trier High School in Wilmette, was born in Japan, and started the violin at the age of 7.
She has performed with the Seattle Symphony, Montgomery Symphony and Oregon Symphony, among others, and studies privately with Cyrus Forough. She has participated in master classes with James Ehnes, Mayuko Kamio, Nam Yun Kim, Koichiro Harada, Milan Vitek, Igor Ozim, Carlos Kalmar, Phillip Setzer, Joel Smirnoff and Vadim Gluzman at the Stradivarius Society in Chicago. Kelly previously studied with Carol Sindell and Hae-Jin Kim in Portland, Ore., before moving to the Chicago area in the summer of 2010.
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