An internationally renowned chamber music group made up of musicians from Korea and the United States, “enhake,” will perform at 8 p.m. March 30 at North Georgia College & State University’s Shott Auditorium.
The auditorium is in the Nix Performing Arts Building on the university’s Dahlonega campus.
Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for students, and free with a valid North Georgia ID.
The group regularly performs around the world and has inspired audiences with a chamber music repertoire spanning classical to contemporary masterworks.
Enhake features Wonkak Kim on clarinet; M. Brent Williams on violin; Katherine Geeseman on cello; and Eun-Hee Park on piano.
The group has been praised by Fanfare magazine for its “playing of the very highest caliber” and The Clarinet Magazine has called the performances “virtuosic and passionate.”
The group’s 2010 Carnegie Hall recital Made in America has been praised by The New York Concert Review for its “rock-solid rhythmic integrity.” Enhake took first prize in both the 2009 Yellow Springs Chamber Music Competition and the 2008 International Chamber Music Ensemble Competition at Carnegie Hall.
The quartet has performed at New York City’s Weill Recital Hall, OK Mozart Festival, ISCM South Korea’s Young-San Arts Hall and PanMusic Festival at Seoul Arts Center.
Enhake has recorded extensively and can be heard on NPR stations across the country.