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HAPPY BIRTHDAY,InMo🎂
My best wishes are with you on your birthday!
My heart and my ears are always joyous and happy.
I really thank you for the great performance.
Always be happy&healthy.💕 #양인모#InMoYang#violin#violinist#바이올린#바이올리니스트#양인모바이올린#바이올리니스트양인모#geige#fiddler#скрипка#violon#violino#バイオリン#내한자주해주세요덕후는말라죽어요#열심히일해서해외공연도가겠습니다

Buenos Aires - Now, a grade A surprise: the marvelous BA début of the Boston Philharmonic Youth Orchestra under its venerable founder Benjamin Zander at the Blue Whale. They came in full force, 101 players between 12 and 21 years-old, and their playing was tremendously assured and beautiful throughout. A stirring Sibelius Finlandia was followed by his Violin Concerto, played with astounding precision by the 21-year-old Korean In Mo Yang, a major talent confirmed in his encore, a Paganini piece.

But what capped my feeling of exhilaration was a fantastic performance of Prokofiev’s Fifth Symphony, a masterpiece; I have strong memories of high-calibre interpretations (Mitropoulos-New York Phil; Szell with the same orchestra; Ormandy-Philadelphia) and I have no doubt that this one belongs in such distinguished company. Discipline, capacity and hard work guided by the sure hand of a wise conductor. Zander communicated with the packed house with enthusiastic speeches showing his other side (he has often given lectures at Davos on leadership), a life committed to peace and artistic accomplishment.

Three encores: a perfect Stars and Stripes Forever (Sousa), queen of marches; Piazzolla’s Oblivion with solo flute; and Elgar’s noble Nimrod from the Enigma variations.

Decades ago the Zagreb Soloists under Antonio Janigro were the great rivals of I Musici and both ensembles visited us often. Now we had the début of the Zagreb Philharmonic conducted by Alexander Rudin (also début) at the Usina del Arte, but in fact it was a chamber orchestra of only 32 players. In its full garb it has a long trajectory, for it was born in 1871 and has had guest conductors such as Stokowski, Stravinsky and Maazel. Rudin is Russian and has made recordings with Musica Viva of scores by Sviridov, Tcherepnin and C.Ph.E.Bach; he is also a cellist of prestige.

The special interest was the possibility of hearing the premières of two Croatian composers: the agreeable and succinct Third Symphony by Luca Sorkocevic (1734-89) and the charming Idyll by Blagoje Bersa (1873-1934), reminiscent of Delius in its understated refinement. Beethoven’s Fourth Piano Concerto showed our Carmen Piazzini, a distingu

Paganini Cantabile (June,2017)
Como escribía Victoria, "(...) La música es, cuando entramos en ella, como el mar, nuestro cuerpo pierde su peso habitual. Nos sostiene y nos transporta como ningún otro arte." Hoy los visitantes de Villa Ocampo fueron sorprendidos con una performance del violinista In Mo Yang bajo la dirección del maestro Benjamín Zander, director de la Boston Philharmonic Orchestra. #양인모#InMoYang#violin#violinist#바이올린#바이올리니스트#양인모바이올린#바이올리니스트양인모#geige#fiddler#скрипка#violon#violino#バイオリン#paganini#파가니니

MATINÉE DES JEUNES ETOILES II – IN MO YANG
🌸22 July 2017🌸
10.30 am, Gstaad Chapel  Gstaad Menuhin Festival & Academy

IN MO YANG, Violin
Prizewinner, Paganini Competition, Genoa 2015

CRISTIAN BUDU, Piano
Maurice Ravel (1875-1937) Violon Sonata No. 2 G Major20'Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827) Violin Sonata No. 7 in C Minor, Op. 30 No. 2 ------------------------------------
https://www.gstaadmenuhinfestival.ch/en/tickets-and-program/concerts-2017/matinee-des-jeunes-etoiles-ii
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REVIEW: Dresden Music Festival 2017, Part I
Dresden, Germany
RODNEY PUNT
(Photo:DMF)

Leoš Janácek’s Romance and Dumka for Violin and Piano is likewise lyrical, an early work by the composer closer in feel to romantic Brahms than spiky Bartok. It was a perfect work for Yang’s sensibility at this stage of his career, sweetly rendered by him and Hoppe.
The rest of the program consisted of four works penned or inspired by violinist Niccolò Paganini, whose flashy pyrotechnics mesmerized European audiences in the early nineteenth century. (Franz Liszt was to emulate similar flash on the piano and the two set in motion the era of the virtuoso instrumentalist.) Heard as almost diabolical displays by audiences of that era, in Yang’s interpretations these works seemed paragons of early romantic expression. In that positive sense, they resurrected the artistic and even spiritual reputation of a composer too often dismissed as a musical freak show.
Yang sailed through the high wattage of three violin-piano caprices on Paganini themes by Karol Szmanowski; a potpourri compilation, Paganiniana, by violinist Nathan Milstein; Paganini’s own Cantabile for Violin and Piano; and the latter’s potpourri assemblage (arranged by Fritz Kreisler) of themes from Rossini’s Cenerentola. Yang’s preternatural technical facility, delivered in Zen-like serenity, revealed extraordinary mastery. The virtuoso display made clear why Yang was chosen First Prize winner of the 2015 Paganini Competition in Genoa, the first such award that competition had bestowed in nine years.
After the fireworks, Yang glided off the stage as unruffled as if he had he had been in silent meditation the previous two hours. A perspiring Hoppe, who had also performed magnificently in the demanding pieces, seemed relieved to be done.

Coming up in the next post, Dresden Part II explores Beethoven's Eroica at the Frauenkirche church.---ooo---
Dresdener Musikfestspiele, 40 Jubiläum 18 May to 18 June, 2017

Recital: violinist In Mo Yang and pianist Thomas Hoppe
Schloss Wackerbarth (Radebeul), June 7, 8pm
Cloud Gate Dance Theatre
Festspielhaus Hellerau, June 9, 8pm

@dresdnermusikfestspiele

Kreisler Caprice Viennois | Menuhin Competition | 2014

18 year old In Mo Yang from Korea performing Kreisler's 'Caprice Viennois' in the opening round of the 2014 Yehudi Menuhin International Violin Competition in Austin, Texas | In Mo was awarded 2nd prize.

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Opernhaus Zürich, SWITZERLAND
07.15.2017

Paganini : Violin Concerto No. 1
Strauss R. : Ein Heldenleben
Strauss R. : Don Juan

Philharmonia Zürich
Conductor : Fabio Luisi
Performer : InMo Yang --------------------------------
https://www.music-opera.com/en/8746-inmo-yang

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'이게 실화인가 싶었습니다.'
이거 실화냐
이거 실화냐
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In Mo Yang | Ysaye | Caprice d'apres I'Etude | Menuhin Competition 2014

18 year old In Mo Yang from Korea performing Ysaye's 'Caprice d'apres I Etude en forme de Valse de C. Saint Saens' in the Semi-Final of the 2014 Yehudi Menuhin International Violin Competition in Austin, Texas | In Mo was awarded 2nd prize.

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Paganini Violin Concerto No.1 Mov.3
(Premio Paganini Competition 2015)

It was SO CLOSE because it is a short video.😂If you think you know this video's full version, let me know plz!!!
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STORIES FROM THE ROAD - VOLUME 5
JUN 25, 2017 2:33:52 PM / BY RICHARD DYER
But there is absolutely no doubt in my mind that Sibelius would have approved of the way In Mo Yang plays his concerto. It is full of life but there is also something distant and elusive about it – what he does stands apart from what others do, the way the music remains unique among a crowd of violin concertos. In Mo Yang isn’t in the least bit stand-offish; it is just that he has a unique perspective.

He is still only 21 or 22, and a big career is getting underway but he is smart enough to keep himself in the safe hands of his teacher Miriam Fried at New England Conservatory. In person, he is modest and maybe a bit shy; in blue jeans before a rehearsal he looks like a kid. But he is an altogether exceptional violinist who is curating a marvelous instrument by Stradivarius. His encore since he won the Paganini Competition has been the 24th Caprice – and in Rosario he added the 1st caprice as well. I don’t think I realized until I heard him just what good pieces these are. One doesn’t hear Paganini often in concerts and recitals – right now I can only remember a piece Frank Peter Zimmermann once played as an encore after a concert at Tanglewood. {Learning the Caprices is still a part curriculum for learning to master the violin. Sisters Hikaru and Mitsuru Yonezaki, who rotate as concertmaster of the BPYO, tell me they study Paganini caprices at Juilliard and know that practicing them is good discipline. But they admit that they don’t enjoy performing them all that much. “I don’t play them when I don’t have to,” Hikaru says. The two sisters have played in the BPYO for all five years of its existence, often travelling from New York to Boston to attend the weekly rehearsal.) InMo Yang’s discipline is to play the Caprices as music, not as etudes, and every note, even the highest harmonics, is absolutely in tune, no matter how fast it is flying by, and each note has a timbre that glows – a Strad helps, but the sounds have their origin in In Mo Yang’s ear and imagination.

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STORIES FROM THE ROAD - VOLUME 3
JUN 22, 2017 6:17:48 PM / Richard Byer
. 🌸CONTINUALLY🌸
In Mo Yang has great beauty of tone that isn’t merely about itself – it is a tool of expression in his infinitely refined, elegant and subtle manner of playing. He exposes himself to the danger of not reaching the audience and after he played the concerto with the BPYO earlier this season (which I didn’t attend), I heard his performance described as “blank.” On the basis of what I heard in Lima, I wouldn’t agree. His interpretation may not have conveyed every untamed, wild, keening and “bardic” aspect of the Sibelius concerto, but in its own way the performance was infinitely compelling in its detail and sensitivity and poetry. His technique is both unobtrusive and totally commanding. The finale contains strings of double notes that require extreme virtuoso abilities, but In Mo Yang did not use them to show off – instead he made them sound like music that is so exuberant that it sweeps extra notes into the whirlwind. Zander and the orchestra were exceptionally alert to what In Mo Yang was doing while also creating the unusual sound world of this concerto which depicts a complex natural landscape, majestic, awe-inspiring, harmonious, full of bizarre sounds and happenings, and threatening in its complete indifference to what humans think about it.

In Mo Yang’s encore was the Paganini 24th Caprice - a set of variations that have inspired countless other sets of variations by Liszt, Brahms, Lutoslawski and other composers. Earlier in the day he had given a master class for some members of the Sinfonia por el Peru, and at the end Mark Churchill had asked him if he would play another “little something.” A little something was not what the young violinist wanted to hear – they asked for the Paganini. In Mo Yang hesitated for a bit – it was still morning and he had practiced yet. But then he played it. By the evening concert he was firing on all cylinders – it was dazzling and thrilling, oh yes; the speed and accuracy were breathtaking, but so were the subtlety, imagination and command he brought to every variation.Bravo.

Beethoven String Quartet in C-Sharp Minor, Op.131

Ravinia Steans Music Institute, 7.25.2015
Bennett Gordon Hall

In Mo Yang, Miriam Fried - violins
Shira Majoni - viola
Oliver Aldort - cello

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