Lunchtime Concert: Chamber Arrangements of K-pop

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THU 13 APR, 13.05

Take a moment in the middle of the day to enjoy a programme of music by Trinity Laban students at the stunningly beautiful St Alfege Church.

Flautist Seo Yeon Kim presents a concert of chamber arrangements of
K-pop music.

AKMU (arr. Seo Yeon Kim)
Long Day, Long Night (Flute, Violin and Piano Trio)

Red-Velvet (arr. Seo Yeon Kim)
Feel My Rhythm (Flute, Violin and Piano Trio)

BTS (arr. Jichan Park)
Permission to Dance (Piano)

Crush (arr. Seo Yeon Kim)
Beautiful from Goblin OST (Two Flutes and Piano)

Ailee (arr. Junghyun Kim)
I will go to you like the First Snow from Goblin OST (Flute and Piano)

Ryuichi Sakamoto (arr. Seo Yeon Kim)
King’s March from The Fortress OST (Violin and Piano)

IU (arr. Jichan Park)
You and I (Piano)

IU (arr. Seo Yeon Kim)
i. Good day (Flute, Violin and Piano)
ii. Blueming (Violin and Piano)
iii. Modern Times (Flute, Violin and Piano)


BoA (arr. Seo Yeon Kim)
Milkyway (Two Flutes, Violin and Piano)

Michiru Oshima (arr. Torikong)
Kazabue from Welcome to Dongmakgol OST (Flute and Piano)

Seo Yeon Kim is a first study flautist in her fourth year at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance. She is currently being taught flute by Margaret Campbell who is the principal flautist of Orchestra of the Royal Opera House and learns piccolo with Christopher Green. Before Seo Yeon came to London, she was taught in Korea by Shinjung Oh who is one of the Powell Artists. Seo Yeon has performed at various venues including Blackheath Halls and the Old Royal Naval College Chapel. She has previously won competitions including the esteemed Harold Clarke Woodwind competition, and the Korea Harold competition. She has performed in masterclasses with Demarre Mcgill, Jean-Michelle Tanguy, Paul Edmund Davies, Sue Thomas and many other flautists.

Hibiki Takata is an MMus 2nd year student of composition course. She has 20 years of experience in playing the piano, and has been arranging music for 7 years.

James Conan Tonkin is a first year violin student at Trinity Laban. He started violin lessons age 4 under the instruction of Christopher Koh. He joined the Setagaya Junior Orchestra at age 15, where he subsequently served as leader. From age 16, he had lessons with Dillon Jeffares and Akihiro Miura. At age 18, he briefly joined the Setagaya Philharmonic Orchestra. He has performed in venues such as the Setagaya Civic Hall, Karasuyama Civic Hall, Hitomi Memorial Hall, Muza Kawasaki Symphony Hall, St Alfege Church and Blackheath Halls. James Tonkin is currently taught by John Crawford.

Yuri Inoshita is a pianist based in London, who was born in Barcelona and raised in Paris and Tokyo. She started her piano lessons and musical training at the age of 5. From the age of 7, she studied piano, solfege, and choir in the Conservatoire de Saint-Germain en Laye. After she moved to Japan at the age of 10, she started her training on dictation, harmony, sight reading and chamber music besides the piano lessons in Toho Gakuen School of Music. In 2017, she graduated from Toho Gakuen High School of Music, majoring in piano performance under the tuition of Mikako Abe. Besides her musical training in Toho Gakuen, she graduated from Hosei University, majoring in Intercultural Communication. Since the very young age, she has participated in several masterclasses taken by international pianists such as Jérôme Granjon, Pablo Galdo, Dmitri Alexeev, Pascal Rogé, etc. Yuri is currently on her postgraduate studies at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, majoring in piano performance under the tuition of Martino Tirimo.

St Alfege Church
Admission free, no ticket required

Dates and times

This event finished on 13 April 2023.


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