A Tribute to Nancy Bricard and Sherwyn M. Woods
February 16 @ 3:00 pm
Former Students of Nancy Brickard will
Perform the Following Works:
Maurice Ravel …. Gaspar de la Nuit
Performed by Jungwon Jin
Franz Schubert …. Fantasy in F Minor for Four Hands
Performed by Juliane Song Lee and Jiyoung Kim
Nancy Bricard was on the Board of Directors of the Steinway Society of Riverside County from its inception until her passing in 2013. She is deeply regarded by her former students and colleagues from the USC Thornton School of Music where she was a Professor of Piano for many years. Her husband Sherwyn, longtime Professor of Psychiatry at USC, passed on more recently. They are both greatly missed by their many friends and colleagues here in the desert.
TICKETS: $20 at the Door
DR. JUNGWON JIN
Dr. Jungwon Jin is Professor of Music and director of the piano department at Santa Ana College. Dr. Jin debuted at the age of twelve with Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra, performing Chopin’s Piano Concerto No. 1. At the age of sixteen, her piano trio group won first place in the Aberdeen International Music Festival. Their Tchaikovsky Piano Trio A minor, Op.50 performance won the Audience Prize as well. She studied at Juilliard with Olegna Fuschi, György Sándor and Martin Canin, and continued studies at the Manhattan School of Music with Constance Keene. She earned her doctorate under Nancy Bricard at the University of Southern California.
Dr. Jin has been prize winner or finalist in many musical competitions including the Juilliard Concerto Competition, the Manhattan School Concerto Competition, among others, and received the Most Distinguished Music Award at the IBLA International Competition in Sicily, Italy. As a frequent recitalist, Dr. Jin has performed in New York’s Carnegie and Merkin Halls. Her recordings include Selected Solo Highlights from the Sydney International Piano Competition, and In Search of Light: Works of Claude Debussy. The latter was a featured recording at the famed Van Gogh Exhibit at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and renditions of Debussy and Rachmaninoff were praised for “their regality and impeccable control of dynamics” by the Sydney Herald. She has frequently collaborated with LA Virtuosi Orchestra (Carlo Ponti, Jr), Symphony Irvine, San Bernardino Orchestra, Pasadena Community Orchestra, Rancho Santiago Community Orchestra, Culver City Chamber Orchestra and La Sierra Chamber Orchestra.
DR. JIYOUNG KIM
Dr. Jiyoung Kim came to the USA to further her study after receiving her B.A. in South Korea. She received her Master’s and Doctoral degrees in piano performance from University of Southern California under the tutelage of Nancy Bricard and Norman Krieger. On the completion of her study at USC, she was elected and became a member of Pi Kappa Lambda, the Music Honor Society. Dr. Kim appeared in many recitals including performances at the Alfred Newman Hall, Ramo Hall of USC, Chonju Art Center in Korea, and Summer Festival in Puycelsi, France. Currently, Dr. Kim teaches private students in Fullerton, California, and is actively involved in the Music Teachers’ Association of California, serving as a board member of MTAC Lakewood-Cerritos Branch. She is also on the piano faculty at Santa Ana College.
DR. JULIANE SONG LEE
Native of South Korea, Juliane Song Lee began her piano studies at the age of 5. Shortly after entering prestigious SunHwa School of Arts, her family immigrated to USA where she continued her studies with pianist Lee R. Frick (formal pupil of Leon Fleischer and Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli) and entered Crossroads School of Arts & Science, Santa Monica and USC with full scholarships with Mr. John Perry. She pursed MM and DMA at USC with Professor Nancy Bricard, her lifetime mentor, and minored in KCA with Professor Alan Smith. She taught at the California Baptist University, Riverside for 10 years and teaches privately as well. She enjoys playing vocal and instrumental collaboration as well as solo and is currently pianist at All Nations Church, Sunland.