- Y. June Oh
Y. June Oh, MM
June Choi Oh, Chair of the Department of Music, Dance and Performing Arts, holds BM and MM degrees from the Juilliard School, where she was a recipient of the prestigious Endowments for the Arts Scholarship and the William Petschek Scholarship Awards. She has concertized around the world, appearing as soloist with the New Haven Symphony, Aspen Concert Orchestra, and Filarmonica de Jalisco in Mexico, among others.
As a recitalist, she has performed at the Dag Hammarskjold Auditorium at the United Nations in New York City, Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concert Series in Chicago, Kieler Schloss in Germany, and Stadsgehoorzaal in Holland, also appearing in the Aspen Music Festival and Victoria Music Festival (Canada). She has performed on radio stations WNCN in New York City, WPKT in Connecticut, WFMT in Chicago, and KQED in San Francisco, as well as on nationally televised performances on PBS, and abroad on Danish National Television (DR).
An avid chamber musician, June appears frequently in leading chamber concert series, including by the San Francisco Symphony at Davies Symphony Hall, and the New York Philharmonic series at Merkin Concert Hall. She has performed at Dinkelspiel Auditorium at Stanford University, St. Mary’s College, Holy Names College, Kutztown University (PA), Arrowhead Arts Association, San Jose Chamber Music Series, Berkeley Chamber Series, and a multi-island concert tour of Hawaii made possible by a National Endowments for the Arts Grant. She has given recitals and master classes in Cabrillo College, Napa Valley College, Mendocino College and Mission College.
June was a performer and a faculty member at Yong Pyong International Music Festival in Korea and Victoria Music Festival in Canada. She also directed the Pacific Music Festival of California from 1996 to 1999, which was held at Stanford University and Santa Clara University. She is a former faculty member of the Manhattan School of Music and the San Francisco Conservatory of Music.
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