Rosenfeld returns to Korea

As German School of Music Weimar flute professor Philipp Jundt and cello student You Young Lim look on, Swiss cellist and professor at the Hochschule für Musik in Basel Rafael Rosenfeld helps 2nd-year student Sung Gyul Song with Concerto No. 1 for Cello and Orchestra by Shostakovich.(Photo: Charles Ian Chun)

As German School of Music Weimar flute professor Philipp Jundt and cello student You Young Lim look on, Swiss cellist and professor at the Hochschule für Musik in Basel Rafael Rosenfeld helps 2nd-year student Sung Gyul Song with Concerto No. 1 for Cello and Orchestra by Shostakovich.
(Photo: Charles Ian Chun)

Swiss cellist and professor at the Hochschule für Musik in Basel Rafael Rosenfeld has returned to Korea as part of a brief tour of Asia. Rosenfeld last came in April to perform with the Seoul Flute Trio at Youngsan Art Hall alongside professors and friends of Kangnam University’s German School of Music Weimar including flute professor Philipp Jundt, viola professor Erwan Richard, and former GSMW accompanist and current Suwon University College of Music piano professor Shunji Hirota.

Rosenfeld arrived at GSMW earlier today to teach masterclasses for students of cello professor Valentin Andert. He will continue masterclasses until Wednesday then join Professors Jundt and Andert, flutist Hyuncheong Park, and pianist Ruby Jin on stage this Friday evening at Flute Meets Cello at Perigee Hall in Seoul.

Flute Meets Cello - Philipp Jundt, Rafael Rosenfeld, Hyuncheong Park, Valentin Andert, Ruby Jin, Perigee Hall, Seoul. 24 October 2014. 8pm.

Afterward Rosenfeld will proceed to China, where he will teach masterclasses and perform at the X’ian Conservatory and China Conservatory until the end of the month.

For more on Rafael Rosenfeld visit his website.

Charles Ian Chun

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

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