Lutoslawski String quartet

One more concert-turned-video-recording, Lutoslawski String quartet from 1964, a magnificent piece using aleatoricism (chance plays a big role in the rendition of the work) in a very clever way.

Composing this piece, Lutoslawski was inspired by Alexander Calder and his mobiles, where the different elements are moving in an always changing and imprevisible manner.

I feel the same grace in this piece and in the works of Calder that I had the chance to watch and feel.  This quartet has an obsessive beauty, with harsh elements transfigured into ecstatic moments.

A Hwaum Chamber Orchestra Project, with

Jiyoon Kim and Jiwon Song, violins

Helen Lee, cello

Corona Times

Many concerts have been cancelled since march 2020, some of them took place without audience or were turned into video recordings…you can find here some of these experiences!

‘Rencontres’ by Dongjin Bae

Brahms Quintet with the Ensemble unissons

what do you really need? by Seongmin Ji

“REFLECTIONS” a recital with gayageum, saenghwang and cello

J.S. Bach : Aria from cantata “Wo soll ich fliehen hin” (viola, saenghwang, gayageum, violoncello ) – Arr: J. Gandard
J.S. Bach : Chaconne BWV 1004 (solo viola)
Johann Schop : Lachrimae Pavaen (Viola, Gayageum) – Arr: E. Richard/이화영
Benjamin Britten : Lachrymae (Viola, Saenghwang, Gayageum) – Arr: E. Richard/이화영 / 김효영
Bela Bartok : Duets – Arr: E. Richard/ 김효영
Gyorgy Ligeti : Chaconne chromatique for solo viola
J.P.Rameau : suite for viola and violoncello – Arr: E. Richard
J.P.Rameau: Fantaisie for viola, saenghwang, gayageum, and violoncello – Arr: E. Richard


Since february 2016 i am writing a column in the korean magazine ” Eumak Journal“.

March 2016: To hear, to listen

April 2016: Chamber Music in the kitchen

May 2016: Looking for yor sound

June 2016: Bach and our strings

August 2016: How not to practice

September 2016: Sing!