Feb 1, 2022
Adjudicator for the National Society of Arts and Letters National Competition
On February 19th, 2022, I will be in Bloomington, IN to take part in the Indiana chapter of the National Society of Arts and Letters Competition as an adjudicator. This year's competition is solely for piano, and we will be picking a winner to represent Indiana at the National Awards Competition at Chicago, IL.
More information on the competition can be found at https://www.arts-nsal.org/national-awards-competition-piano-2022.
Jan 10, 2022
March 2022 Performance Dates
I am excited to announce two performances in central Indiana for March 2022!
The first will be at the inaugural concert series at Purdue University, West Lafayette on March 27th, at 4pm. The concert will feature the unveiling of their new Steinway grand piano at Hilel Theatre, and feature Purdue University faculty and guest artists. I will be playing works by G. Faure, and Purdue composer Harry Bulow.
The second concert will be as a part of the Lively Arts Series at Indiana University East, in Richmond on March 31st at 7pm. This is a concert of works by Dr. Nathan Froebe, and I will be playing Froebe's Rhapsodic Fantasia for Tenor Saxophone, and a chamber work for piano, flute, percussion, and tenor saxophone.
Please check out my schedule tab for more information on these concerts and possible livestreaming!
Nov 15, 2021
Doctoral Paper Abstract Published in the MTNA e-journal
The abstract from my doctoral paper, "Exploring Neglected Works by Child Composers" has been published in the November 2021 issue of the MTNA e-journal (vol 13, issue 2)!
The Music Teachers National Association accepts submissions for abstracts from doctoral research, and selects two to publish each quarter. Haewon's research was featured in the "current research" section of the journal.
The abstract can be found and read at mtnaejournal.org.
Oct 1, 2021
Adjudicator for the Bay Area Piano Competition
I am excited to announce that I have started as an adjudicator at the Bay Area Piano Competition, which is based in San Francisco, CA.
This is a online competition for students ages 5 to adults, and offers cash prizes for winners in each category.
The competition runs three times annually, and the Fall 2021 competition will close on December 12th, 2021.
Interested students can register at bayareapiano.org.