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June L.
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Language is a fun trick. Grammar has a foundational importance to every language, however, learning the nuances of the language becomes primary, the more you learn it. You can speak a language grammatically correctly from start to end, however, what makes you sound like a native is understanding and utilizing the feelings and nuances of the particular language. I am a 1.5 generation Korean, with fluency in both Korean and English. I can help you impress the Korean folks around you before you know it!
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Believing that music is the most intimate and transparent way of revealing the resonance of her heart, violinist June invites listeners to connect to her in the absence of words. When June found her true voice in violin at the age of eight, she began to rigorously study violin with Sung-Ju Lee at the Korea National University of Arts Pre-College Division in Seoul, Korea. Led by her continuous enthusiasm and passion for music, June expanded her music education and artistry in Austria, Brazil, Germany, Korea, Russia, Spain, Switzerland and United States and has worked with distinguished artists including, Victor Danchenko, Anke Dill, Patinka Kopec, Valery Oistrakh, Igor Ozim, Aaron Rosand, and Eduard Schmieder through various music festivals, masterclasses, and schools. June has been awarded the first prize at The New York International Competition for Young Artists, was a second prize winner of the 2015 Alexander and Buono International String Competition, the winner of the CBS Radio Violin Competition and the 49th Stamford Young Artists Philharmonic Competition, amongst others. June has given concerts as a soloist in Carnegie’s Weill Recital Hall and Symphony Space in NYC, and as an orchestral musician in Carnegie Hall, David Geffen Hall (formerly Avery Fisher Hall), and Alice Tully Hall under the batons of John Adams, Marin Alsop, Nicholas McGegan, Leonard Slatkin, and Jaap van Zweden, among numerous other renowned conductors. Following her vision to be sharing magic on stage with fellow musicians in a professional orchestra as her career, June has performed in collaboration with Toronto Symphony Orchestra, and Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. Treasuring every moment of art in her life by furthering her education, June completed her Bachelor and Master of Music degrees at The Juilliard School with professors Stephen Clapp, David Chan, and Li Lin. Then, she earned her Artist Diploma under the guidance of Victor Danchenko, whom she cherishes as the father of her musical career, at The Glenn Gould School of The Royal Conservatory in Toronto. Currently, she is pursuing a graduate degree in Orchestral Performance major at Manhattan School of Music with former Concertmaster of New York Philharmonic, Glenn Dicterow, and current Associate Principal Second Violinist of New York Philharmonic, Lisa Kim. In her spare time, June largely enjoys acting, another compelling passion of hers, and singing!

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Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced

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Teaching since 2010

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Orchestral Performance

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Teaches ages 5+

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June L.
Teaches Online
Gain full command of Korean and speak fluently with the aid of a great tutor.
Language is a fun trick. Grammar has a foundational importance to every language, however, learning the nuances of the language becomes primary, the more you learn it. You can speak a language grammatically correctly from start to end, however, what makes you sound like a native is understanding and utilizing the feelings and nuances of the particular language. I am a 1.5 generation Korean, with fluency in both Korean and English. I can help you impress the Korean folks around you before you know it!
About June L.

Believing that music is the most intimate and transparent way of revealing the resonance of her heart, violinist June invites listeners to connect to her in the absence of words. When June found her true voice in violin at the age of eight, she began to rigorously study violin with Sung-Ju Lee at the Korea National University of Arts Pre-College Division in Seoul, Korea. Led by her continuous enthusiasm and passion for music, June expanded her music education and artistry in Austria, Brazil, Germany, Korea, Russia, Spain, Switzerland and United States and has worked with distinguished artists including, Victor Danchenko, Anke Dill, Patinka Kopec, Valery Oistrakh, Igor Ozim, Aaron Rosand, and Eduard Schmieder through various music festivals, masterclasses, and schools. June has been awarded the first prize at The New York International Competition for Young Artists, was a second prize winner of the 2015 Alexander and Buono International String Competition, the winner of the CBS Radio Violin Competition and the 49th Stamford Young Artists Philharmonic Competition, amongst others. June has given concerts as a soloist in Carnegie’s Weill Recital Hall and Symphony Space in NYC, and as an orchestral musician in Carnegie Hall, David Geffen Hall (formerly Avery Fisher Hall), and Alice Tully Hall under the batons of John Adams, Marin Alsop, Nicholas McGegan, Leonard Slatkin, and Jaap van Zweden, among numerous other renowned conductors. Following her vision to be sharing magic on stage with fellow musicians in a professional orchestra as her career, June has performed in collaboration with Toronto Symphony Orchestra, and Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. Treasuring every moment of art in her life by furthering her education, June completed her Bachelor and Master of Music degrees at The Juilliard School with professors Stephen Clapp, David Chan, and Li Lin. Then, she earned her Artist Diploma under the guidance of Victor Danchenko, whom she cherishes as the father of her musical career, at The Glenn Gould School of The Royal Conservatory in Toronto. Currently, she is pursuing a graduate degree in Orchestral Performance major at Manhattan School of Music with former Concertmaster of New York Philharmonic, Glenn Dicterow, and current Associate Principal Second Violinist of New York Philharmonic, Lisa Kim. In her spare time, June largely enjoys acting, another compelling passion of hers, and singing!

Levels taught

Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced

Teaching since

Teaching since 2010

Education

Orchestral Performance

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Teaches ages 5+

Speaks

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Posted Sep 14, 2021
Orchestral Performance
Sep 2020
Manhattan School of Music
Master of Music
Sep 2014 - May 2016
The Juilliard School
Bachelor of Music
Sep 2010 - May 2014
The Juilliard School
English
Fluent/ Native Proficiency
Korean
Fluent/ Native Proficiency
First Prize
Jan 2016
The New York International Competition for Young Artists
Second Prize
Nov 2015
Alexander and Buono International String Competition
Prizewinner
Dec 2013
Pearl & Julius Young Artist Competition
Prizewinner
Oct 2012
Union City Young Artist Competition
Winner
Mar 2008
49th Stamford Young Artists Philharmonic Competition
Second Prize Winner
Nov 2006
New York Music Competition
Second Prize Winner
May 2006
Sound Symphony Solo Competition
Winner
Sep 2003
CBS Radio Violin Competition

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Instructor details
Korean
Teaches Online
Teaches Online
Work hours
M
T
W
T
F
S
S
Times are shown in your local timezone (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)
Pricing
30 minutes
$25
45 minutes
$35
60 minutes
$50
90 minutes
$75
New Student Special
First 3 lessons
$30