Myung-Whun Chung is among the leading conductors of his generation. Also a prize-winning pianist, he’s particularly observed for his interpretations from the music of French composer Olivier Messiaen. There’s seldom been as talented several siblings as Myung-Whun and his two old sisters, cellist Myung-Wha Chung (blessed 1944) and violinist Kyung-Wha Chung (blessed 1948). Myung-Whun produced his executing debut being a pianist in Seoul at age 7. At 8, he flew to Seattle, WA, to begin with his American musical research. He went to the Mannes College, and afterwards the Juilliard College in NY. His teachers there have been Nadia Reisenberg (piano) and Carl Bramburger (performing). Chung gained the brand new York Situations piano competition in 1970. He produced a performing debut back Seoul in 1971, performing the Korean Symphony Orchestra. In 1974, he came into the International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow like a pianist, earning second reward. He and his sisters started performing like a trio while he continuing conducting research at Juilliard, performing both the NY Youth Orchestra as well as the Pre-College Orchestra from the Juilliard College. Carlo Maria Giulini, music movie director of the LA Philharmonic Orchestra, involved Chung as his associate in 1978. 2 yrs down the road Giulini’s suggestion, the orchestra called Chung its associate conductor. In 1984, Chung became music movie director and primary conductor from the Saarbrücken Radio Symphony Orchestra in Germany. He produced his triumphant NY debut in 1986 performing the Metropolitan Opera’s creation of Verdi’s Simon Boccanegra. Later on in 1986, he also shipped a brilliant efficiency in Paris of Prokofiev’s seldom noticed opera The Fiery Angel. In 1987, he was appointed primary guest conductor from the Teatro Communale of Florence, Italy (1987-1992). He received two main Italian awards during this time period, the Premio Abbiata as well as the 1989 Arturo Toscanini Award. In 1989 Chung became music movie director from the Opéra-Paris-Bastille. His shows included Messiaen’s Saint-François d’Assise and Shostakovich’s Female Macbeth of Mtsensk Region. He became observed for his renditions from the complicated music of Messiaen. The composer compensated Chung by dedicating and entrusting the planet premiere of his last function, the Concert ? quatre (1994), to him. In 1992, the French federal government honored him the Legion of Honor for his efforts towards the Paris Opera. This didn’t prevent an irritated parting caused by a big change of administration on the French Ministry of Lifestyle in 1994. He provides frequently guest executed in such locations as La Scala Milan, the Royal Opera Home Covent Backyard, and the best worldwide orchestras. After departing the Bastille Opera post he continues to be principal conductor from the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia as well as the Asia Philharmonic Orchestra. In the first ’80s he started work to provide “environmental concerts” to permit the audience to simply accept environmental complications “making use of their hearts.” He looks for a closer romantic relationship between your two elements of his divided nation, and it has premiered the music of Isang Yun, a Southern Korean-born composer with very similar views. Chung kept concerts to improve money for grain to become delivered to famine-stricken North Korea. When he gained the Ho-Am Award in the Samsung Group (value $111,000), he donated everything towards the Korean Crimson Cross to ease the hunger in North Korea. He also promotes an anti-drug message in his concerts, leading him in 1992 to become named Ambassador from the Medication Control Program in the US. He was 1995’s UNESCO “Man of the entire year” and in 1996 earned the highest social award from the Korean authorities. He came back to Korea to be music director from the Korean Broadcasting Symphony, and may be the 1st Honorary Cultural Ambassador for Korea.
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|Till det som är vackert||2010||conductor|
|Rigoletto||2010||TV Movie conductor|
|Carmen||2004||TV Movie conductor|
|Cecilia & Bryn at Glyndebourne||1999||TV Special documentary conductor|
|Great Performances||1999||TV Series conductor - 1 episode|
|Rammbock||2010||"3. Sequentia: Lacrimosa Requiem in D Minor, K.626"|
|Le bassin de J.W.||1997||performer: "Stabat Mater"|
|Les clefs de l'orchestre de Jean-François Zygel||2008||TV Series||Conductor|
|Proms Extra||2014||TV Series||Himself|
|BBC Proms||2011||TV Series||Himself - Conductor|
|Carmen||2004||TV Movie||Himself - Direction musicale|
|Radio France: 24 heures sur 24||2003||TV Movie documentary||Himself|
|Thé ou café||2003||TV Series||Himself|
|Les victoires de la musique classique||2003||TV Series||Himself|
|Cecilia & Bryn at Glyndebourne||1999||TV Special documentary||Himself - Conductor|
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|2000||Primetime Emmy||Primetime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Classical Music-Dance Program||Great Performances (1971)||· David Horn (executive producer)
· Jac Venza (executive producer)
· Costa Pilavachi (executive producer)
· Clive Bennett (executive producer)
· John Walker (producer)
· Andrea Bocelli (performer)
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