Chamber Music International Honors Susan Dubois as "Artist of the Season". CMI selects Artist of the Season based upon extraordinary artistry over several seasons of performances with CMI, performances of chamber music as a major part of their careers, and friendship as well as support for the mission of CMI.
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An early success lead Ms. Kiffer to solo and orchestra engagements throughout Europe, Canada, North and South America, the Middle East, and Asia playing in some of the worldʼs most prestigious concert halls such as Théâtre des Champs-Élysées in Paris, Beethoven Hall in Bonn, Frankfurt Radio Symphony Hall, Opera House in Tel Aviv and Beijing National Center. In October 2015 Chloé made her debut at Carnegie Hallʼs Stern Auditorium with Tchaikovsky violin concerto. She has claimed top prizes at multiple national and international competitions.
Susan Dubois - Viola
Winner of the Tertis International Competition in England and Professor of Viola at the University of North Texas.
Cellist Taeguk Mun, a prize winner of 2019 Tchaikovsky Competition was born in 1994 in South Korea, started studying the cello at the age of four with Young Rim Yang. He has been the first prize winner of various competitions, such as the Third Andre Navarra International Cello Competition and the International Competition for Young People in Oldenburg, Germany. He also won prizes at the Irving M. Klein International String Competition.
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