Members from the London Philharmonic Orchestra
South Korean violinist Jeongmin Kim successfully combines her orchestral and chamber music careers alongside her other interests which include conducting and writing. She studied violin with Young Uck Kim in Detmold and Thomas Brandis in Berlin. She also completed a chamber music MA course with Christoph Poppen in Munich. She became sub-principal second violin of the London Philharmonic orchestra in 2008 and has been based in London ever since. She has appeared twice at Wigmore Hall as part of the LPO’s chamber music series as well as other UK venues, and continues to play chamber music in various groups. Cellist Pei-Jee Ng is also a principal player of the London Philharmonic Orchestra. Violist Emanuella Reiter, formerly of the LPO, has recently joined the orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden. Having previously performed in various chamber music groups, they have now formed a piano quartet with the British-Taiwanese pianist Chiao-Ying Chang of the Fournier Trio. Young, vibrant and from diverse backgrounds, these are some of London’s finest musicians.
Jeongmin Kim – violin
Emmanuella Reiter – viola
Pei-Jee Ng – violoncello
Chiao-Ying Chang – piano