mustMEET Composers | Unsuk Chin
"My music is a reflection of my dreams. I try to render into music the visions of immense light and of an incredible magnificence of colours that I see in all my dreams, a play of light and colours floating through the room and at the same time forming a fluid sound sculpture. Its beauty is very abstract and remote, but it is for these very qualities that it addresses the emotions and can communicate joy and warmth." — Unsuk Chin, 2003
Unsuk Chin was born in 1961 and has lived in Germany since 1985. She studied with Sukhi Kang in Seoul and with György Ligeti in Hamburg. Her music has attracted the attention of international conductors including Simon Rattle, Esa-Pekka Salonen, Kent Nagano, Gustavo Dudamel, Alan Gilbert, George Benjamin and Péter Eötvös. This is the first time that she is coming to teach young composers and conductors in Hungary. During the public meeting she will enlighten her composing method and inspirations, we can look behind the scenes of one of the most performed composers at our time.
Program of the mini-concert:
Unsuk Chin: Piano Etudes -
László Borbély - piano
Host: Gergely Fazekas, music historian
Entry is free but the registration is obligatory at email@example.com.