Yune-Sang YuneKorean-Kiwi flautist Yune-Sang Yune gained her Bachelor of Music under the supervision of Professor Uwe Grodd at the University of Auckland. Yune-Sang loves performing for life audiences and revels in the virtuosic repertoire from the Romantic era as well as embracing the challenges of contemporary music.
Yune-Sang holds significant awards such as the Winner of the 2017 Tauranga Performing Arts Competition and Winner of the 2017 Performing Arts Competition Association New Zealand (PACANZ) which named her as ‘National Young Performer’. Further distinctions include being nominated as semi-finalist at the 2019 Gisborne International Competition as well as being the recipient of the 2018 Anne Tolley NZ Prize.
Yune-Sang is passionate about collaborating with orchestras as a soloist or as orchestral musician. She has performed with orchestras such as the Manukau Symphony Orchestra, St Matthew's Chamber Orchestra, Love and Peace Orchestra, Wairua Symphony Orchestra and the Auckland Youth Orchestra. A highlight was
to play with the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra as part of an orchestral Internship.
Yune-Sang is currently preparing for her audition to study for her Masters at the Folkwang Universität, Essen, Germany early in 2021.
RepertoireChaconne for solo flute (Op. 107 , No. 30) / Sigfrid Karg Elert
Voice for solo flute / Toru Takemitsu
Flute Sonata in C major BWV 1033 / JS Bach
Sonata for flute and piano in C Major mvt. I. Allegro Cantabile / Otar TaktakishvilI
Ballade for flute and piano / Frank Martin
I. Allegro molto moderato and II. Lento e mesto from Flute Concerto in D Major, Op 283 mvt. I , II / Carl Reinecke