Korean-Canadian violinist Sarah Kim is an emerging musician who captivates audiences through her pure sound and highly developed artistry. Ms. Kim debuted with the Ulsan Philharmonic Orchestra, South Korea at the age of 10, and later she featured as a soloist with the Indiana University Symphony Orchestra. Sarah also performed in Koerner Hall as part of The Royal Conservatory's Beethoven Violin Sonata cycle concert series.
Ms. Kim enjoys playing chamber music from the classical era to new music that has been created not too long ago. She performed highly profiled chamber music collaborating with pianist David Louie, clarinetist/conductor Yehuda Gilad and flutist Tara O'Connor. Sarah performed John Corigliano's piece, "Mr. Tambourine Man" in The Banff Centre's Summer Music Program where Maestro Corigliano was present. Sarah is currently a member of Selah Quartet in Toronto and is excited to nurture the community of its own, through various outreach projects such as fundraising concerts for children of Haiti, and giving regular chamber music concerts for Torontonians.
In addition, Sarah is an active orchestral performer. She was appointed as the assistant principal 2nd violin in Edmonton Symphony Orchestra for 2018-2019 season. She now is performing with Toronto Symphony Orchestra and Canadian Opera Company occasionally. Prior to this, Sarah has gained her undergraduate degree in prestigious Indiana University and subsequently graduate degree in New England Conservatory. She also was a violin fellow of the New World Symphony in Miami Beach, Florida.