Estonian pianist Marko Martin studied at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. He is Professor at the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre and member of the Association of Estonian Professional Musicians and the Eduard Tubin Society.
"Marko Martinis an artist with vivid personality and creative talent. He seems to have an extraordinary artistic toolbox combining opposite qualities: strong, rational self examination and artistic spontaneity." -- Evi Arujärv. (Beauty and perfection of musical x-ray photographs. – Postimees. Kultuur, July 25, 1998.)
On November 26, Marko performs Beethoven's quintet op.16, Saint-Saëns' septet op.65 and Spohr's septet op.147, at Daejeon Arts Center.
Taiwanese born classical pianist, Ching Yun Hu is winner of the 2008 Arthur Rubinstein International Piano Competition, Founder and Artistic Director of Yun-Hsiang International Music Festival in Taipei and Winner of the 2012 Golden Melody Award for Best Classical Album.
"Ching-Yun Hu has everything you need in the pianistic league... extremely confident and physically strong, with a pleasant relaxed tone, also the soft sound beautifully textured. Especially in the second movement of Rachmaninoff's B minor Sonata: Here she exposes an emotional structure that is transparent, and even moving." -- Suddeuche Zeitung, Germany
On May 15, Ching Yun performs Prokoviev concerto no3 for Daejeon "Master Series" at Daejeon Arts Center.
Dates:May & November 2015
Organised by:Daejeon Philharmonic Orchestra