Heasook Rhee

Heasook Rhee
www.heasookrhee.com
rheeprice@gmail.com

Education
DMA, MM, University of Michigan; Diploma, Professional Studies, Juilliard School; BM, summa cum laude, Seoul National University

Studies
Eugene Bossart, Samuel Sanders (Accompanying); Jacob Lateiner, Rosina Lhevinne, Howard Aibel (Solo Studies); Felix Galimir, Menahem Pressler (Chamber Music)

Performances
Ms. Rhee has performed with Nicolai Gedda, Simon Estes, Youngok Shin; violinists Ivry Gitlis, Ilya Grubert, Mitchell Stern, Peter Zazofsky; cellists Jiri Barta, Marcio Carneiro, Charles Curtis, Karine Georgian, Ralph Kirshbaum, Samuel Mayes, Nathaniel Rosen, Jeffrey Solow, Jian Wang, Tilmann Wick; flutist Julius Baker

Career Highlights
Appearances in Stern Auditorium and Weill Hall at Carnegie Hall, Alice Tully Hall, Merkin Concert Hall, New York; Phillips Collection, Washington D.C.; Rackham Auditorium, Ann Arbor; Schauspielhaus, Berlin; Alte Oper, Frankfurt; Beethovenhaus, Bonn; Residenz, Munich; Regensburg; Dortmund; Hannover; Baden-Baden; St. John Smith Square, London; Dublin Salle Gaveau, Paris; Tonhalle, Zurich; Brussels; Italy; Norway; Morocco; Algeria; Tunisia; New Zealand; Melbourne, Brisbane, Australia; Hong Kong; Korea; Central America; Canada

Festivals
The Berlin International Festival, Weilburg Festival, Germany; Quincena Musical Festival, San Sebastián, Spain; Festival Musical, Cuernavaca, Mexico; 2011 Great Mountain Festival; 1984 and 1990 American Cello Congress in Tempe, Arizona; Piatigorsky Seminars (1984–1993) in Los Angeles

Radio Production and Broadcasts
NDR, SDR, BR, SR, SWF (Germany); DRS (Zurich); WGBH (Boston); WNYC (New York); WGTS (Washington, D.C.)

Recordings and Publications
The cello sonata of 1948 with cellist Tilmann Wick(MD+G, Germany)
The Art of Instrumental Accompanying (2012, Carl Fischer)

Master Classes
Indiana University; Boston University; University of Houston; Toho School; Central Conservatory Beijing, Shenyang Conservatory; Shanghai Conservatory in China; National Taiwan Normal University, Tainan University, Tunghai University in Taiwan; SNU, KNUA and numerous universities in Korea

Summer Courses
Marktoberdorf, Germany; Courchevel, France; Burg Feistritz, Austria; The Quartet Program, Icicle Creek Summer Academy

Students’ Achievements
Top-prize winners at the 2010 Vittorio Gui Chamber Music Competition in Florence, Italy; the 2006–08 and 2010–11 Artur Balsam Duo Competition; and the 1996 Yellow Spring Chamber Music Competition

Teaching positions at Shanghai Conservatory, IU Bloomington, Rice University, Montclair State, Oberlin, NYU, and Korean National University of Arts

Formerly on the faculty of the University of Texas at Austin and Detmold Musikhochschule, Heasook Rhee has been a Manhattan School of Music faculty member since 1998.

rheeprice@gmail.com
www.heasookrhee.com