Yu Eun Kim

Yu Eun Kim

Award-winning South Korean violinist Yu Eun Gemma Kim moved to the United States in 2013 to attend the University of Southern California where she studied with Midori Goto; she concertizes internationally as soloist and chamber musician in a wide variety of repertoire on modern and Baroque instruments.


Yu Eun has been performing in the U.S., Asia, and Europe with ensembles including Delirium Musicum, American Bach Soloists, Boulder Bach Festival, Voices of Music, Noree Chamber Soloists and Kumho Chamber Music Society, amongst others.


She was a top prizewinner at the Boulder International Chamber Music Competition Art of Duo, a semi-finalist at the Qingdao International Violin Competition in China and at the Michael Hill International Violin Competition in New Zealand, and recently received the Jeffrey Thomas Award from the American Bach Soloists.


Recently named Artist-in-Residence at Musica Angelica Baroque Orchestra, Yu Eun is a core member of the self-conducted chamber orchestra Delirium Musicum, participating in the ensemble’s acclaimed recent debut album Seasons released by Warner Classics and in Delirium Musicum’s popular streamed series MusiKaravan, taking YuEun and Artistic Director Etienne Gara on the road in a vintage Volkswagen bus to perform socially-distanced concerts for farm workers, winemakers, random passersby, and even the occasional ostrich! The program went on to win the San Francisco Classical Voice’s Audience Choice Award for Best Streaming Series.


Yu Eun is also a founding member of Yu and I, a duo with guitarist Ines Thomé

which won the Beverly Hills National Auditions and recently recorded its’

debut album, A Journey with Yu and I featuring folk-inspired music from around the



Further engagements include appearances as soloist with The Chamber Orchestra at St. Matthew’s, Los Angeles Virtuosi Orchestra, American Bach Soloists, Musica Angelica Baroque Orchestra and performances in Europe and Asia.


Online, her YouTube channel’s performance of Frederic Chopin’s Nocturne has reached over 15 million views.



Friday, October 20, 2023  |  08:00 PM


Our 2023/2024 season opens in grand style with a lineup of unforgettable orchestral works for strings, including one of Eric Satie’s evergreens, Gymnopedie no. 2, W.A. Mozart’s genial Divertimento in B-Flat Major, and compelling musical gems by Carl Nielsen and Franz Schubert, featuring acclaimed violinist Yu Eun Kim.

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Young Voices
Friday, May 21, 2021  |  08:00 PM

Young Voices

Celebrate unforgettable orchestral masterworks by Pachelbel, Mozart and Debussy in an exciting mid-season live-streamed concert showcasing three young talented up-and-coming soloists, and music students of the Los Angeles Virtuosi Orchestra’s current partner schools in their first appearances with a professional orchestra! {Video of the Concert}

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