November, 2022

Jungwon Yoon


Highly recognized for her melodious and mature performance, violinist Jung Won Yoon is a one-of-a-kind violinist and educator interacting with audience in a distinct level of musical empathy and delicacy. Ms. Yoon made her solo debut at the age of eleven performing Paganini’s Concerto in D with New Seoul Symphony Orchestra. Trained by her parents, both violin instructors, she developed her talent and dedication from her age of five. After graduating with highest honor from Yewon Arts School, she advanced to pre-college division at the Juilliard School and consequentially became the last disciple of the late legendary Dorothy Delay. During her extensive education experiences from prestigious conservatories, including the Juilliard School, Mannes School, and Manhattan School of Music, Ms. Yoon earned valuable learning opportunities from Catherine, Cho, Patinka Kopec, and Lucie Robert. She also took a part in several masterclasses given by masters such as Joel Smirnoff, Arnold Steinhardt, Aaron Soand, Pinchas Zukerman, Donald Weilerstein, members of Emerson, American and Orion String Quartets. As a multi-faceted artist, she appeared in various programmes, such as Courchevel Music Alp, Texas Music Festival, Ottawa National Arts Centre Young Artist Programme, Cassalmaggiore International Music Festival, and performed at significant music halls in the States, Canada, Italy, France, Czech, and Korea. A dynamic violinist, Ms. Yoon continues to expand her horizon as a musician by appearing as a soloist and chamber musician. Currently, she is pursuing her Doctoral Music Degree at Rutgers University in the class of Todd Phillips, and also passionately training young potentials and professionals as a chief director at New Jersey Music School.