Former violinist of the Dusseldorf Symphony Orchestra
Former violinist of the Bucheon Philharmonic Orchestra
At the age of 16, violinist Stella Hwaeun Song left South Korea to
study with distinguished Professor Michael Gaiser and Valerie
Gradow at the Robert Schumann Musikhochschule in Düssseldorf,
Germany. She earned a Doctorate degree in violin performance as the top of the class in 2007.
She was acknowledged for her warm tone with rich emotion conveyed in her performance upon winning
a special prize at the Smoltz Bickenbach Competition in Germany.
Stella then embarked upon an active performing career in Europe,
including Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and Luxembourg.
She made appearances as a soloist on the stages such as
"George Enescu" Philharmonic Orchestra in Romania, Brno
Orchestra in Cezh, Becsteinhaus in Germany, Partika Saal,
Kammermusik Saal, Luxemburg Festival, and Swiss Lugano Festival. And as a symphony musician she also enjoyed performing in
orchestras such as Düssseldorf Symphony, Bochum Symphony, and Köln Philharmonic orchestra.
Returning back to her homeland in 2010, she joined the Bucheon
Philharmonic and she continued to build her solo career at the
Seoul art center and Sejong art Center for the Performing Arts
giving annual recitals.
Currently she resides in Ontario, Canada passionately engaged in
performing chamber music as well as giving regular recitals.
Most recent performances include Violin solo at the Korean Chamber Orchestra, Brahms Sonata recital,
KSP trio concerts, piano quintet chamber concerts and appearance
on Symphonic stages throughout Ontario.