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Caroline Kim

caroline-kimAn avid performing artist, cellist Caroline Kim is a versatile performer as well as a motivating pedagogue. Most recently in 2017, Caroline performed Ernest Bloch’s Schelomo: Rhapsody Hébraïque with the University of Michigan’s Symphony Orchestra in Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Over the past decade, she has given performances across the United States, Canada and South Korea, in many prestigious venues such as Carnegie Hall, David Geffen Hall, Alice Tully Hall in Lincoln Center in New York City, in addition to other cities such as Calgary, Aspen, Estes Park, Santa Barbara and Innsbrook.
After immigrating to Canada from South Korea at the age of eight, she made her national debut performance in her hometown, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, in 2011 playing Tchaikovsky’s Rococo Variations. Thereafter, she went to New York City to study at the Juilliard School with Richard Aaron, where she obtained both her Bachelor of Music and Master of Music degrees as a graduate of the Accelerated BM/MM program. She is currently pursuing her Doctor of Musical Art degree at the University of Michigan with Richard Aaron.
Throughout her studies, Caroline has received numerous scholarships and awards including the Irene Land Scholarship, the Genevieve Kniese Cahudhuri Cello Scholarship, and the Betty & Daniel Bloomfield Fund Scholarship at the Juilliard School (2011-2016), and career development grants from the Alberta Foundation for the Arts (2008-2018). She is on full scholarship at the University of Michigan, and has been awarded fellowships to the Aspen Music Festival and Music Academy of the West.
As an orchestral musician, Caroline has served as the principal cellist of the Juilliard Orchestra from 2012-2016; New York String Orchestra Seminar in 2014; Music Academy of the West in 2012; and assistant principal in the Aspen Music Festival 2013-2015. She currently is a member of the Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra, under Arie Lipsky. She has had the privilege of working with many other prominent conductors including James Gaffigan, Nicholas McGegan, Leonard Slatkin and Alan Gilbert, among others. She has studied chamber music with many renowned musicians such as members of the Juilliard Quartet, Emerson Quartet, Cho-Liang Lin, Sylvia Rosenberg, Joseph Kalichstein, Yoheved Kaplinsky and Jerome Lowenthal. Caroline has also played in masterclasses for legendary cellists and pedagogues including Frans Helmerson, David Finckel, Alan Stepansky, Peter Wiley, Timothy Eddy and Lynn Harrell.
As a soloist, Caroline enjoys playing music from the broad spectrum of classical repertoire, as well as exploring other genres of music. Currently she is working on projects for solo cello consisting of works by composers of the 20th and 21st Century; learning and performing transcribed works that include many famous pieces written for other instruments; and performing jazz works in collaboration with a jazz piano trio.
In 2017, Caroline has been appointed faculty of cello in University of Michigan’s String Preparatory Academy, and Center Stage Strings in Ann Arbor Michigan. She has been invited as an artist/faculty to the Innsbrook Institute in 2016 and 2017. In 2018, Caroline was also invited as guest artist and judge of the Michigan American String Teacher Association's Chamber Music Festival and Competition. She is the teaching assistant to Richard Aaron at the University of Michigan, and has given masterclasses at the Juilliard School and University of Michigan.