Subin Cho, flute
Subin performed on Show 372 at the Hopkins Center for the Arts at Dartmouth on May 25, 2019.
Subin Cho (flute), 17, from Keller, Texas is a recipient of From the Top’s Jack Kent Cooke Young Artist Award. She started playing the flute when she was 10 and has been studying with Monica Song for eight years and Won Lee for four years. This fall, she begins studies at the Peabody Institute of Music under Marina Piccinini. She was a member of the Greater Dallas Youth Orchestra and 6A Texas All-State (2017 and 2018). Her individual achievements include performing at the Carnegie Hall in New York as a Grand Prize Winner of Concert Artists “VIRTUOSO” International Competition, Grand Prize Winner of Northeast Young Artist Competition (2018), First Place Winner of Donna Marie Haire National Young Artist Competition( 2017), Winner of MTNA National Senior Woodwind Competition in Texas Division, South Central Division, and National (2019). She was also finalist of 2018 NFA High School Soloist Competition, First in the Maverick Flute Soloist Competition (2018), First in the Dallas Symphonic Festival Senior Sonata Division (2018), a Grand Prize Winner of the Dallas Symphonic Festival Senior Concerto Competition (2017), winner of the Claire Johnson Flute Soloist Competition (2016), has been named Outstanding Soloist at the Annual Flute Festival for 4 consecutive years and outstanding Ensemble for 2 consecutive years, and Outstanding Soloist at TCU Flute Festival for 2 consecutive years. She has performed at the Basically Beethoven Festival as a Rising Star at the Dallas City Performance Hall (2017) and has performed Khachaturian Concerto with Greater Dallas Youth Orchestra (2019). She has performed in several master classes for well-known flutists including Marina Piccinini, Jim Walker, Carol Wincenc, Jasmine Choi, Mimi Stillman, Julien Beaudiment, Viviana Guzmán, Jean Ferrandis, Amy Porter, Sarah Jackson, and Shauna Thompson.
Listen to Subin
Show 372, Hanover, NH
III. Salmon Lake from "Three Lakes" Sonata for Flute and Piano by Daniel Dorff (b.1956), with Jeremy Denk, piano