Eunmoo Heo

EunMoo Heo has had a diverse and dynamic career as a soloist, concertmaster, educator, and director. She graduated from the Korean National University of Arts and completed her master’s degree at Yale University with a scholarship. She has won numerous musical competitions, including those sponsored by Sunwha Music School and the Chosun Daily News, and performed at prestigious venues worldwide, like Seoul Arts Center, Lincoln Center, Yale University, the Tchaikovsky Conservatory, Berlin Konzerthaus, Finland Kuhmo International Music Camp and the Texas Round Top Orchestra Festival. In 2004, she received the Award for Best New Artist, sponsored by the Journal of Music. In 2006, she held a prestigious faculty position at the St-Cherly-d’Apcher International Music Camp in France. EunMoo has also served as concertmaster of the Joy of Strings Orchestra for 10 years and has collaborated with artists and conductors abroad in France, Korea, and Germany. She is currently contributing to the expansion of contemporary music as a leader of Ensemble PAN, as well as through her work as a soloist and chamber musician.