Chan Ho Yun

Chan Ho Yun is currently on the faculties of The Colburn School of the Performing Arts and Claremont Graduate School. He is the Founder and Director of the Montecito International Music Festival. Dr. Yun was also the Founder and Executive Director of the Rainbow Music Academy, which was a non-profit organization that brought music to underprivileged children. He has been awarded the D.S.C.M. from Sydney Conservatorium of Music, M.M. from Southern Methodist University, and D.M.A. from the University of Southern California. His violin studies have been with Alice Schoenfeld and Abram Shtern.

Dr. Yun has performed extensively in solo and chamber music concerts and radio broadcasts in the U.S. and Australia. He has performed chamber music concerts and conducted Master Classes at summer residencies at the Pan Pacific Music Festival, the Idyllwild Arts Summer Festival, Beverly Hills International Summer Music Festival, and the Bowdoin Summer Music Festival. As a freelance musician, he has played with the Los Angeles Mozart Orchestra, Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra and the Pasadena Symphony. He is a former member of L.A. Musica Viva under the direction of Jim Tyler. Dr. Yun continues to collaborate regularly with prominent musicians in the Los Angeles area.

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