The La Mirada Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Alan Mautner, opens its 2015-2016 season Sunday, September 13 at 3 pm featuring the Early Masters, Antonio Vivaldi and Franz Joseph Haydn.
Concert master, Sorah Myung, will be featured playing the beautiful violin concertos of Vivaldi’s The Seasons –Spring, Summer, Winter, Autumn.
Sorah Myung enjoys a busy musical career as both violinist and violist. She holds a concertmaster position at La Mirada Symphony Orchestra and an assistant principle viola position at Mozart Classical Orchestra in Southern California. Also, she has been playing at the American Institute of Musical Studies (AIMS) music festival in Graz, Austria for the last seven seasons.
As a dedicated pedagogue, Ms. Myung is in great demand as teacher, coach and lecturer. She gave master classes in Suzuki violin school in Hong Kong and held an artist faculty position at Capistrano International Chamber Music Festival in San Juan Capistrano in the past. Recently she was invited to give lectures at Immanuel Bible College Music College in Cebu City, Philippines for two weeks. Ms. Myung was an adjudicator at MTAC Irvine Branch Junior Ensemble Music Festival, Association of Christian School International Music Festival, and New Mexico Fine Arts Festival, Newport Mesa Solo & Chamber Ensemble Festival and a strings judge at ASTA solo competition in 2015.
Ms. Myung received her BM degree from Oberlin Conservatory of Music and MM degree from Yale University School of Music. She is currently a strings faculty and a chamber music coordinator at Vanguard University in Costa Mesa and a strings coach for the Irvine and Laguna Beach Unified School Districts.
The performance begins at 3pm at the La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts. Admission is free; a $5 donation per seat is suggested. No reservation required; doors open at 2:30 pm. For further information call 562-941-5779 or 714-521-0774.