“her ravishing ascents to the upper range graced the music at every moment. The big singing themes of this work were delivered with striking lushness”—Oberon’s Grove
A current member of Chamber Music Society Two of Lincoln Center, Danbi Um has appeared as soloist with the Israel Symphony, Auckland Philharmonic, Vermont Symphony, Herzliya Chamber Orchestra, and Dartmouth Symphony, among others, and has been awarded top prizes from the Yehudi Menuhin and the Michael Hill international violin competitions. She has performed for the Seattle Chamber Music Society and with the Jupiter Chamber Players and Omega Ensemble. She tours frequently with “Musicians from Marlboro” and has participated at the Music@Menlo, Ravinia, Caramoor, Moab, Yellow Barn, Prussia Cove, and North Shore Chamber Music festivals. At age ten, she was admitted to the Curtis Institute of Music. She also holds an Artist Diploma from Indiana University.