About this Artist
Violinist Jung Eun Kang is a versatile musician who has performed across the United States and South Korea as a soloist, chamber musician, and orchestra player. Before joining Los Angeles Philharmonic, she was a fellow at the New World Symphony since 2019, after being a member of the Hartford Symphony while a student at Yale School of Music.
Born in South Korea, Ms. Kang has been the recipient of many top prizes at several national competitions, including the Sung Jung Competition, 30th Busan Music Competition, and Sejong Arts and Culture Foundation Competition. In 2019, as a winner of the Woolsey Concerto Competition, she appeared as a soloist with the Yale Philharmonia under the direction of Ludovic Morlot. She was also featured as one of the soloists for the Fendi Renaissance Anima Mundi project as a member of Sejong Soloists.
Ms. Kang began studying the violin at age eleven at the Music Prodigy Academy of the Seoul Arts Center. She holds a bachelor of music degree from the Seoul National University in South Korea, and a master of music degree at Yale University School of Music, under the tutelage of Hyo Kang.