Fenwick Smith Tribute Recital, Dominique Kim


September 8, 2019 • 3:00 PM
Jordan Hall, New England Conservatory

Free Flute Masterclass • Susan Thomas, Fernando Brandao
1-2:30pm•New England Conservatory

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Fenwick Smith Tribute Recital, Dominique Kim


September 8, 2019 • 3:00 PM
Jordan Hall, New England Conservatory

Free Flute Masterclass • Susan Thomas, Fernando Brandao
1-2:30pm•New England Conservatory

The James Pappoutsakis Flute Competition will present flutist Dominique Kim, winner of the 39th annual competition, in a recital on Sunday, September 8, 2019 at 3:00 pm at Jordan Hall, New England Conservatory of Music, 290 Huntington Avenue, Boston.

The program will include works by Debussy, Kennan, Mozart, Boulez, and Prokofiev.  Ms. Kim will be assisted by pianists Jung-a Bang and Ariel Mo.  The event is free and open to the public.

 

Jordan Hall
New England Conservatory

Fenwick Smith

JORDAN HALL

FENWICK SMITH

The September 8 concert marks a collaboration between New England Conservatory and the James Pappoutsakis Flute Competition, as the two organizations are jointly hosting the Annual Pappoutsakis Winner’s Recital, in Jordan Hall, one of the world’s premier concert venues.

The concert will honor flutist Fenwick Smith, celebrating his 35-year tradition of presenting an NEC faculty recital in early September to open the Boston concert season. 

 

ABOUT
Dominique Kim

A California native, Dominique Kim has performed solo flute and piano concerti with various orchestras across the U.S., including the San Diego Symphony. As both a pianist and flutist, Dominique is a versatile chamber musician and enjoys playing a wide range of music.

After serving as principal flute of the Harvard-Radcliffe Orchestra and Harvard College Opera Society in college, Dominique participated in the 2017 New York String Orchestra Seminar, and performed in Carnegie Hall under the baton of Jaime Laredo.  An active substitute with the Hartford Symphony, and a 2018 fellow at the Music Academy of the West, Dominique has also worked with other influential conductors, including Gustavo Dudamel, Stéphane Denève, and Sir John Eliot Gardiner.

Most recently, Dominique won 1st prize in the 39th annual James Pappoutsakis Memorial Flute Competition, in addition to the Fenwick Smith Memorial Prize for Best Performance of a New Work. In 2009, Dominique won first prize at the San Diego Symphony’s Young Artist Competition “Hot Shots” and performed as piano soloist with the University of San Diego’s Orchestra as part of the school’s 60th anniversary celebration.  Later in the same year Dominique made her flute concerto debut with the San Diego Symphony, and performed at Washington’s Kennedy Center. Dominique was also featured at La Jolla Music Society’s SummerFest 2009 & 2010 Galas, and during the live TV broadcast of “A Salute to Teachers” award show in 2008. 

Dominique and her violinist/pianist sister, Valerie, perform regularly as a duo, and especially enjoy sharing their music with diverse audiences at events such as the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society fundraiser they organized in their youth. Dominique is a big fan of ballet and opera performances, and was a member of the Student Producers of the Chamber Music Society at Lincoln Center.  In high school, Dominique studied both flute and piano at the Juilliard Pre-College Division. After completing the Harvard/NEC Dual Degree program and a Graduate Diploma at the New England Conservatory under the tutelage of Paula Robison, Dominique will be attending the Shepherd School of Music at Rice University where she will be studying with Leone Buyse. Dominique holds a Bachelor's Degree in History of Art & Architecture with a secondary in Germanic Languages & Literature.  Away from the flute, Dominique enjoys visiting museums, cooking with her mom, and ice skating.