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Fabiola Kim is one of the most dynamic players of her generation with a wide variety of repertoire. After beginning her studies at age four, she made her concerto debut with the Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra just three years later. Ms. Kim has won many awards including concerto competitions with Juilliard, the Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra (its youngest winner ever), and at AMFS, and she is a prize winner at Corpus Christi International Competition and the Irving M. Klein International Competition for Strings. Her past engagements include performances with the Juilliard Orchestra under Alan Gilbert; Seoul and Suwon philharmonics; the Kangnam, Korean, and Prime symphony orchestras; Koln Chamber Orchestra; North Czech Philharmonic Orchestra; the American Academy of Conducting at Aspen, Orquestra Sinfonica OSUANL, and the Budapest Symphony Orchestra MAV. Ms. Kim has received critical acclaim from the New York Times and the Philadelphia Inquirer. She has a passion for orchestral repertoire as well, and has been featured on NPR and WQXR. She has been concertmaster with the Juilliard Orchestra and New York String Orchestra Seminar. In Aspen, she studies with Robert Lipsett, is a recipient of the Dorothy Richard Starling Foundation Scholarship, and can be seen walking with her dog, Captain.