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Cellist, Hyung Suk Bae debuts at the 20th Bangalow Chamber Music Festival!

Hyung Suk Bae is Associate Principal Cellist at Queensland Symphony Orchestra and has established himself as one of the leading cellists of his generation.

He studied at The Juilliard School with Joel Krosnick (former cellist of Juilliard String Quartet), with a full scholarship for the Bachelor of Music and Master of Music degrees. He has also studied with Georg Pedersen at Sydney Conservatorium.

An acclaimed soloist, chamber musician, educator, orchestral musician and artist, Hyung Suk Bae's performances have taken him all over United States of America, South Korea, Japan, New Zealand and Australia, including Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Harris Theater in Chicago and Sydney Opera House. His recent highlight includes performing with Pinchas Zukerman, Charmian Gadd, Australian Piano Quartet and Australia/New Zealand tour with pianist Maxwell Foster. Hyung Suk Bae has been praised for his performance style that extends ‘beyond technical excellence and into the realms of artistry’ (Gisborne Herald).

Hyung Suk Bae has been invited to play as a guest Associate Principal Cellist at Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Opera Australia Orchestra, Philadelphia Orchestra and many other major orchestras where he had a privilege to work under legendary conductors including Alan Gilbert, Itzhak Perlman, Yannick Nezet-Seguin, Fabio Luisi, John Adams, James DePreist, Vladimir Jurowski.

Hyung Suk Bae performs on a Giovanni Grancino cello, c. 1700 and Honore Derazey cello, c 1833.

Hyung will be performing in:

Thursday August 17

7pm Local's Night

Friday August 18

11:30am Zentveld's Coffee Concert

7pm Concert 1: SXS All Stars

Saturday 19th August

3pm Concert 4: A Musical Enigma

Sunday 20th August

11am Concert 6: Echoes in Time

3pm Concert 7: Festival Finale... Celebrating 20 Years.


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