Haeun Song is an award-winning Korean soloist and chamber musician. As a successful graduate from the Missouri State University School of Music, she passionately exercises her Master’s Degree in Violin Performance to instruct and guide the next generation of musicians.
Haeun’s journey proves unique and powerful to many. Her roots begin in the Republic of Korea where she was accepted to the prestigious Gyeong Gi Art High School as a teenager. Through all of her frequent auditions, she maintained her position at the top of her class during her duration there. Shortly after, she would be scouted by Conductor Ahn JooYung to come to America and further her studies in the U.S. on a full scholarship. In 2011, she attended Berean Academy, TN and was invited to play as the 2nd chair in the University of Tennessee Symphony Orchestra as a teenager. After graduating high school in America, she attended Lee University, TN on a 4-year full scholarship as the Concertmaster of the University Symphony Orchestra and was awarded the Outstanding Instrumental Performance Award in 2017. In 2019, she was accepted into the Missouri State University School of Music on a full scholarship and compensation. There she maintained her prestige in the University Symphony Orchestra, received recognition as a violin soloist, and was elected to be a member of the White String Quartet by her peers. Her experiences have taught her to pass on the lessons and teachings that she had received with a thankful heart. With over 7 years of teaching experience, she has inspired many young students to pursue and excel in their musical talents.
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