18.10.2016. Meehae Ryo and Zagreb Soloists

  1. Odak: Passacaglia
  2. Haydn: Cello concerto in D major
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  3. I. Tchaikovsky: Serenade for strings in C major

Cellist Meehae Ryo’s breathtaking technical virtuosity and captivating melody puts her as the most recognized cellist in the Republic of Korea. She endeavors to play music which makes both herself and her audiences happy.  Not only is she a beloved cellist, but she is also determined to train pupils by sharing her experiences and skills.

Meehae had her first cello lesson at age of six. After she won all national competitions, her ambition to study abroad at early age, she asked her parents to search for a school which could provide the best educational background to prepare her to become a true musician for inside and outside.  She accepted a place at Juilliard School when she was sixteen and then finished her studies with DMA degree at the University of Michigan in the USA.

 

Meehae’s passion for music is enough to make her as one of the most preferred cellist by numerous orchestras. These include: the Berliner Symphony Orchestra, , Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra, Toronto Philharmonia, Hongkong Philharmonic Orchestra, Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra, Martinu Philharmonic Orchestra, Kaerntner Symphony Orchestra, Stratford Orchestra of the Swan in the UK, the Bulgarian National Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Prague Symphony Chamber Orchestra, Hradec Kralove Philharmony, Madeira Classical Players in Portugal, Kazakhstan National Symphony Orchestra, Korean Symphony Orchestra, Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra, Prime Philharmonic Orchestra and Seoul Classical Players.

Meehae has performed in the most well-known concert halls, including Musikverein Golden Hall, Verdi Hall, Hercules Hall, Smetana Hall, Dvorak Hall, Liszt Hall, Carnegie Hall and Berliner Philharmonie Hall.

 

Meehae’s first recording was with the Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra under maestro Vladimir Valek as the conductor; it was a commemoration album of Schumann’s 150th death by Sony Classic. In 2013, her recording of Saint-Saëns and Elgar cello concerto with Nuremberg Symphony Orchestra is published with Deutche Gramaphone label.

Meehae does not limit herself as a concert cellist, she is also one of most respected professor in Republic of Korea.  Based on her personal experiences, she not only teaches them techniques needed to play cello, but also about life as a cellist.

She has been invited to give master classes in some of the most renowned music schools such as Vienna University, Shanghai Conservatory of Music and Kazakhstan Conservatory of Music.

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