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Chaeyeon You

Programme

  • Johann Sebastian Bach: Sonata in A major BWV 1032
  • Sergei Prokofiev: Flute Sonata in D major Op. 96
  • Adam Skoumal: Abduction of Scheherazade
  • Shin Kim: Polychrome Chaplin
  • Camille Saint-Saëns: Tarantella for Flute, Clarinet and Piano Op. 6
  • Paolo Taballione: Fantasy on themes from Giuseppe Verdi’s opera La traviata

Performers

  • Chaeyeon You - flute
  • Adam Skoumal - piano
  • Anna Paulová - clarinet
  • Monika Knoblochová - harpsichord

Price

500 CZK

Date

22 / 05 / 2022
Sunday 17.00
Expected end of the event 18.15
Rozkvět Pražského jara

 Varied programme

The concert of the flautist Chaeyeon You (*2001) will offer a varied programme, ranging from the Baroque to contemporary music. laureate of the Prague Spring International Music Competition will present herself both as a soloist and in a chamber ensemble alongside previous laureates of the competition – the harpsichordist Monika Knoblochová, the clarinettist Anna Paulová, and the pianist Adam Skoumal.

Level of the world’s best players of her generation

When she took up the gauntlet in Prague in May 2019, it was her very first visit to the Czech Republic. Even so, she had heard of the Prague Spring competition long before – she claims that it enjoys great popularity in South Korea, as does Czech music. Her phenomenal performance was a remarkable feat considering that, at the age of 18, she was the second youngest candidate in the whole competition. Her achievement is all the more remarkable for the fact that she only started playing the flute when she was 10, so it took her just eight years to rise to the level of the world’s best players of her generation. This development was aided both by her very thorough musical education at the National University of Arts in Seoul and by her experience from working with a professional orchestra – she has performed as a soloist with the KBS Symphony Orchestra, which is considered the best orchestra in the country (it made a guest appearance at the Firkušný Festival in Prague in 2018).