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        Violist Junah Chung, an active chamber musician and soloist,
          received his M.M. degree from the Juilliard School where he studied with Lillian Fuchs
and William Lincer. Chamber music teachers include Joseph Fuchs, William Pleeth, Felix Galimir
and Eugene Lehner.
Junah has been featured in solo performances at Carnegie's Weill Hall, Lincoln Center's Paul
Hall, the Society for Ethical Culture, Meet the Composer, the National Museum of Iceland,
Music in Chelsea, Festival of the Arts in South Nyack, and the Lotte Concert Hall in Yusong,
He has performed at such festivals as the Bright Lights Music Festival in Iceland, the Rhode
Island Summer Chamber Music Festival, Prussia Cove, Holland Music Sessions, Utah Chamber
Music Festival, Ramapo Music Festival, and the Lake Winnepesaukee Chamber Music Festival.
Junah has
also been a member of the Reykjavik String Quartet.  Last season, Mr. Chung gave the premiere
"Turner's Ghost" for viola and piano by Peter Robles.
As an orchestral musician, Junah has held the post of Assistant Principal Viola of the Iceland
Symphony Orchestra and performed with the Minnesota Orchestra, Mark Morris Dance Group,
Nieuw Sinfonietta of Amsterdam and the Jupiter Symphony.
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