New World Symphony
June 19, 2020
In the month since George Floyd’s murder, our country’s collective sadness and outrage has fueled a cry for justice, reflection and change. Music is a powerful tool to give voice to emotional traumas, promote healing and inspire action...
Two young emerging artists of the classical music scene in Bangkok, Yada Lee (violin) and Kant Lormsomboon (piano), will perform "Gratitude" concert at Sala Sudasiri Sobha concert hall, Lat Phrao 41, this Sunday Aug 4 at 4pm...
South Florida Classical Review
December 17, 2018
Three contrasted works by 20th- and 21st-century composers and a late Mozart masterpiece comprised the typically enterprising menu for the New World Symphony’s chamber music program Sunday afternoon at the New World Center...
February 1, 2018
The concert Flamenco Sephardit which celebrates two distinct Spanish cultures fused together through music, dance and poetry returns to Miami Beach for the fifth consecutive year on Feb. 11 at 7 p.m...
July 18, 2020
Although Grafenegg Academy 2020 can not take place as planned due to the COVID-19 pandemic the programme will take place in a thought-provoking and inspiring online edition with its tutors and fellows from 4 continents and more than 20 countries. The activities planned for 2020 will take place in July 2021, all invitations for Grafenegg Academy Orchestra 2020 remain valid for 2021...
New World Symphony
February 24, 2020
– music of Brahms, Janáček and Gershwin
Through war and crisis, composers like Brahms and Janáček gave birth to beautiful sonatas for violin and piano. Violin Fellow Yada Lee has connected with these emotional works throughout her career and invites you to make your own connection during her performance of both.
July 28, 2018
Following the success of the 2017 BPO, whose performances at Royal Festival Hall and Snape Maltings were praised for their ‘fine blend of technique, musicianship, & interaction’ (Classical Source) and embodying ‘vibrancy and hope’ (The Guardian), Marin Alsop returned to direct two programmes for the Snape Proms and a recording of Peter and the Wolf for Naxos...
January 21, 2016
Today’s noon-hour concert at the Richard Bradshaw Amphitheatre was the first collaboration between the Canadian Opera Company’s Ensemble Studio and the COC Orchestra Academy. As I so often do I’ll begin with a preamble, one that corresponds to the gap between my expectation and the actual recital...
Canadian Opera Company
November 18, 2015
The Canadian Opera Company Orchestra Academy welcomes five student musicians to its annual three-week intensive training program.
Led by COC Music Director Johannes Debus, and developed in collaboration with The Glenn Gould School at the Royal Conservatory of Music and the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Music, the COC Orchestra Academy offers its student musicians professional insight and experience in their pursuit of a career in an opera orchestra...
July 3, 2014
One of the most sought-after and successful piano teachers in Thailand is Dr Nopanand Chanorathaikul. For years she has meticulously moulded many young talented pianists. She has been active in organising and offering her students great opportunities to perform in solo recitals and concertos...
D & M Music Studio
May 2, 2009
D & M Music Studio presents a chamber music concert to mark 250th anniversary of George Frideric Handel . The concert will feature Agrita Lakute (Flute) , Yada Lee (Violin) , Joungsook Kim (Soprano) , Mongkol Chayasirisobhon (Baritone), and Hannah Son (Piano collaborator) and young talented vocalists namely: Pornchanok Raksaseri ( Mezzo-soprano) and Sujinna Keunghakij (Soprano )...
October 22, 2008
Every recital, concert or show has a star — and this evening was no different, although we had to wait until the very end to hear her. I am speaking, of course, of the 1st Prize winner in the Group B category, 16-year-old Yada Lee. She was calm, self-possessed, did not seem the slightest bit nervous — in fact, she seemed to be having a grand time. As well she might. Her performance was, simply put, stunning. She offered very heartfelt renditions of Max Bruch’s Violin Concerto in G Minor (1st Movement) and Debussy’s Violin Sonata in G Minor (1st Movement)...
November 18, 2013
Presented by Center for Jewish History, Mannes College The New School for Music, and YIVO Institute for Jewish Reaserch.
Lecture and Commentary by Donald Wagner Performances by Students of Mannes College The New School for Music...
Expat in Bangkok
August 30, 2010
Because big name soloists seldom perform in Bangkok, I attend a lot of student performances, and performances of both Thai and foreign teachers and professionals who have not made it into the international arena. Last night at the Goethe-Institut’s auditorium, in a violin and piano recital titled “The three B’s,” I again experienced how pleasant and rewarding an evening of well-played music can be...
April 29, 2008