2nd Concertmaster and member of the orchestra since 2019. On leave.
Seohee Min grew up in Seoul, South Korea. Her talent became apparent at an early age; already at eleven, she debuted as the soloist with an orchestra in Mozart’s Violin Concerto No. 5. At fourteen, she moved to the US to study music – first Boston, and then New York, where she began her studies at the University Of Rochester, followed by the renowned Juilliard School, from which she graduated in 2017.
Over the years, Seohee Min has won numerous competitions and she enjoys performing a wide selection of repertoire, from early music to classical to contemporary. She made her Carnegie Hall debut in Pierre Boulez’s Mémoriale under the baton of Daniel Barenboim. She has appeared in festivals such as George Enescu, Britten-Pears and Aspen.
As a pioneer of contemporary works, she has made appearances at Walt Disney Hall, David Geffen Hall at the Lincoln Center and Whitney Museum of American Art, as part of the new music series established by Los Angeles Philharmonic and New York Philharmonic. Seohee Min has also collaborated with ensembles such as Les Dissonances, New European Ensemble and Kaleidoscope Chamber Orchestra.