2005 The Second Annual
Sejong Music Competition
Competition
November 13, 2005 (Sunday)

Winners List and Winners' Concert

Winners List
Piano
Senior Division
(teacher)
Junior Division
(teacher)

  1st Place None Paul Juhn, Mundelein, IL
(Emilio Del Rosario)
  2nd Place Andrew Kim, Glencoe, IL
(Soo Lee)
Alice Huang, Verona, WI
(Shu-Ching Chuang)
  3rd Place none Myung Sook Stella Tu,
Northbrook, IL
(Sueanne Metz)
 
Violin
Senior Division
Junior Division
  1st Place Shawn Moore, Elgin, IL
(Cyrus Forough)
Herah Kim, Glenview, IL
(Desiree Ruhstrat)
  2nd Place Yeon Sun Huh, Oberlin, OH
(Kyung Sun Lee)
Laura Park, Hawthorn woods, IL
(Injoo Choi)
  3rd Place Ji Yeun Yook, Oberlin, OH
(Kyung Sun Lee)
Jaimie Sachay, Dekalb, IL
(Desiree Ruhstrat)
 
Judges

Piano

 

Winners' Concert and Award Ceremony

Winners concert and Award Ceremony
January 15, 2006 (Sunday)

Concert and the Ceremony begins at 4pm
(Please note the change in start time)

Open to public - Free of charge

Winners Concert Program


Ganz Hall
Roosevelt University

430 S. Michigan Ave., 7th Floor
Chicago (312-341-3780)

Roosevelt University's Auditorium Building is located at 430 South Michigan Avenue.
Ganz Hall is on the seventh floor of the Auditorium Building and
must be accessed through one of the elevators in the main lobby. Google map

Public parking is available at the Grant Park South Garage
one block north of the Auditorium Building off of Michigan Avenue.

 

About the Ganz Hall ...

Rudolph Ganz Memorial Hall, housed within the Auditorium Building on Roosevelt University’s Chicago Campus, is a little-known, yet much-revered space. It is one of Chicago’s ultimate examples of artistic and architectural collaboration – featuring the work of French painter, Albert Fleury, Louis Millet and Healy, Louis Sullivan, Dankmar Adler and their then-apprentice Frank Lloyd Wright.   read more about the Ganz Hall

 

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