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The Kevin Jansson Piano Trio

Saturday, October 7, 2023

Kevin Jansson - Piano

Christina Nam - Violin

Nagyeom Jang - Cello

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Adults - $30    Teachers - $10    Students - $5    Children - Free of charge

7:00pm - Courtyard open with small meals by Amalia Café & Live Music

8:00pm - Start of the concert

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                               Piano Trio No. 39 in G Major, Hob. XV:25 ‘Gypsy’                                                 Franz Joseph Haydn




                               Piano Trio No. 2 in E Minor, op. 67                                                                             Dmitri Shostakovich









                                 Piano Trio No. 1 in B-flat Major, op. 99, D. 8                                                          Franz Schubert


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Kevin Jansson

Kevin Jansson Born in 2000, Irish pianist Kevin Jansson has six international 1st prizes to his name, on both piano and violin. At 16 he released his solo piano debut CD under the Claves label, including the premiere recording of Thierry Escaich’s Études Impressionnistes. Most recently he received the 1st prize at the Jeune Chopin Competition in Switzerland, which received patronage from the Fryderyk Chopin Institute in Warsaw and Martha Argerich.


Kevin began his piano studies at the age of six with Mary Beattie at the Cork School of Music and is currently pursuing his undergraduate degree with Julian Martin at the Juilliard School. Kevin’s other passions include traditional Irish music and physics: aged 13 he received 1st prize at the Fleadh Cheoil na h’Éireann festival for traditional Irish music on the fiddle, and he also received the gold medal at the Irish National Physics Olympiad 2016 and a silver medal representing Ireland at the European Union Science Olympiad in Copenhagen in 2017.

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Christina Nam

Since Christina Nam's solo debut with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra at age 9, Christina Nam has concertized around the world appearing in recitals and as a soloist with numerous orchestras. Recipient of many accolades, both at international and national competitions, Ms. Nam, as the youngest competitor at age 14, received Second Prize in the Cooper International Violin Competition where she appeared with Maestro Jahja Ling and the Cleveland Orchestra at Severance Hall performing Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto.


Other notable international recognition include semi-finalist at the Louis Spohr International Competition and at the Johansen International Competition, and participated in the Menuhin Competition 2018 Geneva. Ms. Nam is winner of numerous national competitions including the Overture Awards, 2019 National YoungArts and Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition.

Ms. Nam has worked with prominent conductors such as Louis Langrée, Robert Trevino, Keitaro Harada and Cristian Macelaru. She has played in masterclasses for Pamela Frank, Vadim Gluzman, Gil Shaham, Robert Lipsett, Friedemann Eichhorn, David Kim, Kathleen Winkler, Mark Kaplan, Rachel Barton Pine, to name a few.


Nam recently performed with the Jakarta Simfonia Orchestra in Jakarta, Indonesia, under Maestra Rebecca Tong.

As a devoted chamber musician, she is a founding member of Immaculata Chamber Music Series. She also served as concertmaster of the Cincinnati Symphony Youth Philharmonic, Walnut Hills Chamber Orchestra, and Starling Chamber Orchestras. Ms. Nam is a student of Prof. Kurt Sassmannshaus in the Starling Project Cincinnati, and Amy Lee, Associate-Concertmaster of The Cleveland Orchestra.

She currently attends the Juilliard School as a full-scholarship Greene Foundation fellowship student, studying with Catherine Cho and Donald Weilerstein.


Nagyeom Jang

Hailed for her “warm and burnished sound and excellent rhythmic sense” (Cleveland Classical),

Nagyeom Jang began her cello studies in South Korea before moving to New York to continue her education at the Juilliard Pre-College. A prize winner at the 9th International Tchaikovsky Competition for Young Musicians and the Karl Davidoff International Cello Competition, Nagyeom made her recital debut at the Kumho Art Hall in Seoul, sponsored by the Kumho Prodigy Concert Series. Her summer experiences include The Perlman Music Program, Taos School of Music, Great Mountain Festival and Encore String Quartet Intensive.


A passionate chamber musician, she has had the privilege of working with members of Juilliard, Brentano, Borromeo, Cavani, and Ébène string quartets, as well as pianist Robert McDonald. Nagyeom currently studies at the Juilliard School with Joel Krosnick and Minhye Clara Kim.

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