Master Yoon helps students prepare

During Tuesday's masterclass at the German School of Music Weimar, Seoul National University professor Hyeri Yoon works with Prof. Philipp Jundt's flute students on a visualization exercise. (Photo: Charles Ian Chun)

During Tuesday’s masterclass at the German School of Music Weimar, Seoul National University professor Hyeri Yoon works with Prof. Philipp Jundt’s flute students on a visualization exercise.
(Photos: Charles Ian Chun)

Next week is a big one for the German School of Music Weimar. On Friday 6 December, 4th-year students will perform at their Graduation Concert at Olympus Hall in Seoul. On Monday 2 December, flute students of Prof. Philipp Jundt will perform at the Masters & Students concert at Dolce Art Hall alongside master flutists Jundt, Hyeri Yoon, and Dorothee Binding.

Featured master flutist, Seoul National University flute professor Hyeri Yoon, spent Monday and Tuesday with Jundt’s students at the German School of Music Weimar, polishing their skills and preparing them for the upcoming concert.

For more information on next week’s Masters & Students, click here.

Seoul National University flute professor Hyeri Yoon works with 3rd-year student Song Hyeri on Jolivet's Chant de Linos as GSMW pianist Shunji Hirota accompanies. (Photo: Charles Ian Chun)

Prof. Yoon begins Monday’s masterclass with 3rd-year student Song Hyeri on Jolivet’s Chant de Linos as GSMW pianist Shunji Hirota accompanies.

Seoul National University flute professor Yoon Hyeri works on Telemann's Fantasie No. 6 with 1st-year student Yang Sun-min during a masterclass for students of Prof. Philipp Jundt at Kangnam University's German School of Music Weimar. (Photo: Charles Ian Chun)

Hyeri Yoon works with 1st-year student Sun-min Yang on Telemann’s Fantasie No. 6.

Charles Ian Chun

Editor and web designer, The Kangnam Hakbo (English). Instructor, Department of Liberal Arts.

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