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Kim, Dong-Myung

Korean composer Dong-Myung Kim (*1985) studied composition B.A. with Prof. Young-Min Jin at dep. of music at KNU (Kyungbook National University) in Daegu, in South Korea. He moved to Berlin and studied privately with Helmut Zapf and  M.A. with Marc Sabat and Prof. Daniel Ott at the Berlin University of the Arts (UdK Berlin).  He won prizes at several composition competitions, which include Yeongnam competition in Korea, contemporary Music Society in Busan (Hyanhsinhui) competition, ACC-ión Sonora competition in Spain. His piece also has been selected in the Repertory of the Carl von Ossietzky composition competition in Germany.

His pieces have been also presented at festivals of new music including the Daegu international contemporary music festival, the Daejeon contemporary music festival, Randspiele contemporary music festival (Zepernick), Haus Quillo young musicians concert (Plenzlau), Zoomfocus (Berlin), Quiet cue collaboration (Berlin ), recital of Pianist Hyojun Kim (Mainz), Accordionist Nikola Tanaskovic (Cieza, Spian) and many other concerts.

He won currently the competition for young Korean composers 2016, organized by 2e2m with Universal Music Paris, the French Institute and Ensemble TIMF.

Winning piece Flower blossom with wavering has been performed by 2e2m Ensemble and Soprano Youmi Kim in CRR de Paris - Auditorium Marcel Landowski and will be performed also in Tongyeong international music festival.

He is based in Berlin since 2012.

His music is published by Durand / Universal Classical Music. 

Flower blossom with waving (2015)
for soprano and instrumental ensemble
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Éditions Durand - On hire