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Klara Min - Upcoming Events

June 10-11, 2016

Recording with Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra
By Paderewski
Warsaw, Poland

November 5, 2016

Concerto Debut in Seoul
Seoul Arts Center
Korea Premiere of John Corigliano's Piano Concerto
Gangnam Symphony Orchestra
Ki-Sun Sung, conductor
Seoul, Korea

January 15, 5 pm, 2017

Solo Recital
"Weltklassik am Klavier - Chopinesque!"
Scriabin/Chopin
Bad Oeynhausen, Germany
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April 7, 7:30 pm, 2017

Solo Recital
"Weltklassik am Klavier - Chopinesque!"
Scriabin/Chopin
Hamburg, Germany
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April 9, 5 pm, 2017

Solo Recital
"Weltklassik am Klavier - Chopinesque!"
Scriabin/Chopin
Birkenfeld, Germany
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May 10, 2017

Concerto Performance with NYCA Symphony
Evenings of Piano Concerti
Merkin Concert Hall
New York, NY

June 8, 2017

Solo Recital
Steinway Salon Series
Symphony Space
New York, NY

June 25, 4 pm, 2017

Solo Recital
"Weltklassik am Klavier - Chopinesque!"
Scriabin/Chopin
Bad Ems, Germany
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Klara Min - Upcoming Events

Klara in Warsaw

Trailer for upcoming recording 2017
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Radio Showcase/Interview on WWFM.org
Between the Keys with Jed Distler

Episode 62 Blindfold Test with Klara Min
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[Concert Review] The Culture Trip

Klara Min At The Berlin Konzerthaus January 2016
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Korea JoonGang Daily

NYCA artistic director takes notes from variety of influences
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Piano News Magazine:
Music as the Core of Everything

Klara Min’s New York Concert Artists & Associates (NYCA)
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Ein Moment mit … Klara Min

Interview on Feuilletonscout.com Read the Article »

Klara Min is now a Steinway Artist as of August 2014

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CD Review on Klara Min plays Chopin Mazurkas

"This Korean pianist, now residing in New York, approaches these little dance pieces from an unexpected perspective. Rather than emphasizing their dance rhythms and keeping them snappy, which is the norm, she lingers over them, turning each one into a voluptuous self-contained world." Read the Article »