Chan Ji  Kim

 

“I found 9 Years for clarinet, cello and piano by Chan Ji Kim to be one of the highlights of this collection. Her music is lively and attractive and seems to also speak to the music and moods of her native culture. In this case, the title refers to her first teacher in America, Dr. Ron Mazurek, and the number of years she studied with him. The music is heartfelt, mournful and even a bit “angry” in places but this piece is a solid addition to what is already a very rich oeuvre for this trio combination. I was most taken with the selections by Kim ...”

----- Classical CD Reviews by Daniel Coombs at audaud.com (web magazine for music), published on August 20, 2013


NEWS

Vecchio Tree for fixed media and video

Di Menna Center, Benzaquen Hall in New York, NY

October 21, 2017


Cityscape for string orchestra

Alternity Chamber orchestra Timucua White House in Orlando, Florida

August 20, 2017


Children’s songs & Jong

Celebrating Women Who Compose Concert at Bamboo Arts Center in Winter Park, FL March 7 and March 17, 2017


Jong for fixed media and Night Colors for saxophone (alto & tenor)

Central Florida Composers Forum Annual Salon Concert at the Timucua White House in Orlando, FL

September 18, 2016


The collaborative opera Ballet Project, Shakespeare's  The Tempest

The Rough Magic at Bari Music Conservatory in Bari, Italy

July 3~4, 2016


La Passeggiata for bass clarinet duo premiered at the

XXVIII Festival de La Habana que se efectuará in Havana, Cuba

November 14~22, 2015


Jong for fixed media

Society of Composers Inc., 50th anniversary National Conference

University of Florida in Gainesville, FL

November 12~14, 2015


Night Colors for saxophone (alto & tenor) premiered at the

International Composers and Interactive Artist (ICIA) concert in Miami, FL

12 Nights concert series & FETA - Acoustica 21 concert series 

October 17th, 2015


Jong for fixed media

premiere performance at the Ennio Morricone Auditorium

Univ. of Rome, Tor Vergata in Italy

June 26, 2015


festa della musica europea 2014

Dal-chum for cello & fixed media, premiere performance by Kyung Mi Lee

Ennio Morricone Auditorium, Univ. of Rome, Tor Vergata in Italy

June 19, 2014


Ki-da-rim for alto saxophone & fixed media

performance by Frédéric Feys at Royal Academy of Dutch Language and Literature (KANTL) Conservatorium Gent in Belgium

June 20, 2014


2013 Concert Trip to Rome, Italy, June 18~25

festa della musica europea ki-da-rim for alto saxophone & fixed media

premiere performance by Enzo Filippetti at Auditorium di Mecenate in Rome

June 23, 2013


Night Raindrops for oboe & fixed media

premiere performance by Giovanni at the Ennio Morricone Auditorium

Univ. of Rome, Tor Vergata in Italy

June 20, 2013


9 years was selected for the SCI CD series #26

CD was released by Parma - Navona Records, July 2013


Love is for Choir and String Orchestra premiere performance

at Bernard W. Simpkins Fine Arts Center in Cocoa, FL

April 18, 2012


Ta! Raindros performance at the Ennio Morricone Auditorium

of the University of Rome, Tor Vergata in Italy

March 13, 2012


Choral piece, Jajang-ga performance at 12th Annual Women Composers Festival in Hartford, CT

March 4, 2012


In Memoriam premiere performance at Symphony Space in New York City

February 24, 2012

This piece was dedicated to Dinu Ghezzo.


Article “Music for Clara Schumann” is published by Ji-hak Sa in Seoul, Korea

in February 2012


ChanJi Kim electroacoustic music concert “Sounds and Space” collaboration with dancers at Bernard W. Simpkins Fine Arts Center in Cocoa, FL

November 8, 2011


Sejong Music Competition Winners Concert on Jan 18, 2009

Jajang-ga (lullaby) Cello Senior division 1st place

Ganz Hall, Roosevelt University in Chicago


Concert Trip to Spain, March 9~14, 2009

9 years premiere performance by TRIO BARTOK  

Supreme Music Conservatory in Seville Spain


Ta! Raindrops, Multimedia Concert in Centro Mutiuso Paraque Victoria

collaboration with Dr.Lisa Nugle (Univ. of California, Irvine)’s dance department

REVIEW

Chan Ji Kim composes for dance, chamber ensembles, orchestra, and multimedia.

Originally from Seoul, Korea, Chan Ji studied at E-wha Women’s University, New York University, and received her Ph.D. in Composition from the University of Florida. Dr. Kim is Associate Professor of Music at the Eastern Florida State College. Her research and music areas of interest include collaboration between composer and choreographer, Korean folk music, and interactive electroacoustic composition.

© 2010~2017  Chan Ji Kim

Chan Ji Kim’s YouTue site

NEW CD

9 years

Trio for clarinet, cello,& piano

SCI CD series

PARMA

Navona Records

NEW SCORE

La Passeggiata

for Bassoon Duo (2015)

TrevoCo Music