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Jane Hyeonjin Cho | Violin
Jane Hyeonjin Cho, born in 1997 in Seoul, has begun playing the violin at the age of 6 and has won prizes in a number of competitions in Korea. In 2006, she took up a place at the Yehudi Menuhin School in England where she studied with Professor Liutsia Ibragimova. She has since performed in number of festivals and solo recitals such as the Shipley Festival and the Thaxted Festival in England. In 2012, Jane took up a place in the University of Music Performing Arts in Graz with Professor Boris Kuschnir. In Korea, Jane has performed numerous repertoires such as the Bruch concerto, Mendelssohn concerto, Carmen Fantasy, Vivaldi four seasons with orchestras and has recently performed in concerts with the Salzburger Orchester Solisten. She has also been chosen to be one of the most promising musicians by the Kumho Asiana group in Korea in 2011. In 2015, Jane was invited by Augustin Dumay to partake in his masterclass in Paris at the Louis Vuitton Fondation and gained a place at the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel under the guidance of Augustin Dumay in 2015. Since then she has participated in projects with professors such as Gary Hoffman and Miguel da Silva and has been invited by the Kronberg Academy ‘Chamber Music Connects the World’ in 2016 to play with Gidon Kremer and Christian Tetlaff. She plays a Patigny bow.
Christia Hudziy | Piano
Born in Ukraine, Christia Hudziy studied piano from 1990 to 1998 at the Special Music School of Lviv. In 1999 she obtained first prize for the Alfred Roussel scholarship. At the age of 10 she won first prize at the Leopold Bellan competition (advanced level). At 14, she was the laureate of the Ukrainian New Talent competition in Kiev, which enabled her to obtain a presidential scholarship. In 1999 she was selected to play in the Cortot Hall in Paris and took part in the first “Art de l’enfance” festival. During her training at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris she was supported by the Lili and Nadia Boulanger foundation. She has won several piano competitions: first medal at the Brest international piano competition (2002); first prize at the Mérignac international competition and at the piano competition of Saint-Nom-La-Bretèche (2003); first prize at the Giovani Talenti-Pia Tebaldini piano competition in Italy (2004); first prize at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris (2004). Christia has entered the advanced level of the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Lyon. She has taken part in many festivals (Saintonge, Menton, La Roque d’Antheron, Chartres, etc.). In 2008, she won the Yamaha international scholarship and was a finalist of the Concertgebouw chamber music competition in Amsterdam. Having perfected her skills at the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel in Belgium (Sept. 2008-June 2013) under the direction of Abdel Rahman El Bacha first and then Maria João Pires, she is currently a piano accompanist. During her years of training at the Music Chapel, she enjoyed the support of an InBev-Baillet Latour scholarship.