Students are invited to attend a special workshop led by Andrew Kim welcoming original compositions and arrangements from students of all ages. Student works will be performed live among piano, violin, viola, and/or cello in the appropriate ensemble. Following live performance, each student participant will receive a short coaching led by Andrew. Participants will receive tips on orchestration, readability, a comprehensive look into musical theory, communication from writer to performer, alongside additional areas of exploration.
Registration and submission of works due for all participants in advance by Wednesday, March 27th. We welcome all ages and abilities. Registration form below. We request a $20 participant fee through either advance ticket purchase or at time of event.
We look forward to your participation and invite anyone within the music community interested in composing or arranging to join our audience for a fun afternoon of music!
Participant Registration Link: https://goo.gl/pkui8Z
Andrew Kim is a current undergrad at the University of Washington, pursuing both a Bachelor of Arts in Music Theory and a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering. Andrew believes every up-and-coming musician's goal should be to find the space and ability to create music with others, and he strives to encourage future generations to learn and appreciate the creation of music. To help facilitate these goals, he has taught local students in an effort to encourage the growth of school music programs and has coached various chamber groups at Edmonds-Woodway High School while in attendance. Additionally, he founded the "Lessons for All" program, which allows elementary school students who would otherwise be unable to experience lessons enjoy the benefits of being under a dedicated private teacher and reach beyond the standard curriculum.
In the past, Andrew has taken part in many musical experiences, including debuting at Benaroya Hall with the Cascade Youth Symphony, participating in All-State/All-Northwest groups throughout high school, and competing twice at the state Solo/Ensemble contest. The second year he competed in state Solo/Ensemble, he won second place with the 441 duo. Andrew also strives to contribute to the local music scene and assists with various musicals around the area, including Madrona Children’s Theatre and Driftwood Players productions. He currently plays a 1703 Matteo Gofriller cello, generously lent to him by the Carlsen Cello Foundation.