Elgar 4 you.Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra

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Mee-Hae RYO (Cellist)

Out of the disappointment he felt after the end of the First World War, Elgar penned the melody that would become the first theme from the concerto after he regained consciousness following an operation to remove an infected tonsil. The Concerto is followed by the Second Symphony by Borodin. Borodin was a Russian Romantic composer who was dedicated to produce a specifically Russian kind of art music.

Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra
Concerts:

* February 12th, 2010 / 7.00 p.m. / MACM
* February 13th, 2010 / 4.00 p.m. / MACM

Conductor:

Claude Villaret
Soloist:

Meehae Ryo, Cello
Program:

* Thai Traditional Music
* Edvard Elgar: Cello Concerto in E minor, op.85
* Alexander Borodin: Symphony No.2 in B minor

Mee-Hae RYO (Cellist)

Mee-Hae Ryo is currently one of the most recognized cellists in the Republic of Korea.

Her first encounter with this instrument she had than she was only six years old. Her mother who was a passionate lover of cello music inspired her to take the first lessons.

After her middle and high school term she got admitted to the world famous JUILLIARD MUSIC SCHOOL and finished her studies with a PHD degree in music at the University of Michigan/USA.

As a cellist she won a number of national and international cello competitions like the highly decorated Korean Joong-Ang Ilbo Music Competition and the Young Artists Music Competition in Fort Collins/Colorado/USA etc. Besides giving concerts as a soloist she is also a member of “Schoenbrunn Quartet” which is a popular quartet in Korea.

As a most active concert cellist, she was invited to different orchestras such as Berliner Symphony Orchestra, Martinu Philharmonic Orchestra, Kaerntner Symphony Orchestra, Stradford orchestra of the swan in UK, the Bulgarian National Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Prague Symphony Chamber Orchestra, Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra, Hradec Kralove Philharmony, Toronto Philharmonia, Madeira Classical Players in Portugal, Kazakhstan National Symphony Orchestra, Korea Symphony Orchestra, Seoul Philharmony Orchestra, Prime Philharmonic Orchestra and Seoul Classical Players etc.

She played in many of femours concert halls, such as, Musikverein Golden Hall, Verdi Hall, Smetana Hall, Dvorak Hall, Liszt Hall. May 2010, she will play with New England Symphony Orchestra in Carnegie Hall.

In January 2006 she had a CD-recording project with the Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra under the conducting of maestro Vladimir Valek. It was Schumann’s Cello Concerto to remember the composer’s 150th death. The CD was already published by SONY Classic. In February 2009 she recorded with Nuremberger Symphony Orchestra Saint saens and Elgar cello concerto.

She is regularly invited as a jury member of international music competition such as Beethoven International Cello Competition in Czech Republic, Como International Cello Competition in Italy, Prague Spring Music Competition and Astana International Chamber Competition in Kazakhstan.


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Donna :

What do you call in this kind of music? and what does percussion mean? I really want to learn music myself that's why I'm gathering the details of it.

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