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OM @ THE MAX: Dance & Spirit Flow

Saturday March 26, 2022—11:00am

Saturday March 26, 2022—11:00am
The Peter D. and Julie F. Cummings Cube
1 hour

Om @ The Max returns to The Cube with a morning yoga practice led by a Detroit Yoga Lab certified instructor open to all skill levels. A DSO string quartet will accompany your practice performing sultry tangos, habaneras, and slower, more peaceful works. Namaste.

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General Admission - $20

Artists

Jeremy Crosmer

Cello

Jeremy Crosmer is a remarkable young artist—both as a cellist and a composer. He completed multiple graduate degrees from the University of Michigan in cello, composition and theory pedagogy, and received his D.M.A. in 2012 at age 24. From 2012 to 2017 he served as the Assistant Principal cellist in the Grand Rapids Symphony, and joined the Detroit Symphony Orchestra in May of 2017.

Jeremy is the composer and arranger for the GRS Music for Health Initiative, which pairs symphonic musicians with music therapists to bring classical music to hospitals. In March of 2017 the Helen DeVos Children's Hospital launched a music channel that runs continuously, using four hours of meditative music composed by Jeremy and performed by musicians of the GRS.

Jeremy is a founding member of the modern music ensemble Latitude 49. He is also a current member of the band ESME—a duo that aims to broaden the education of classical music by bringing crossovers and mashups of pop and classical music to schools throughout Michigan. ESME released its first CD in December of 2016.

In April of 2013 Jeremy toured London with the Grand Valley State University Chamber Orchestra, performing the Boccherini G Major Concerto, No. 7. He performed the Vivaldi Double Concerto with Alicia Eppinga and the GRS in March of 2016. While still in school, Jeremy was awarded the prestigious Theodore Presser Graduate Music Award to publish, record and perform his Crosmer-Popper duets. He recorded the duets with Julie Albers, and both sheet music and CD recordings are available online.

Jeremy has taught music theory, pre-calculus and cello at universities across Michigan. He draws mazes, writes science fiction and plays good old country fiddle in his spare time.

Hang Su

Viola

Hang Su was born in Zhengzhou, China, grew up in Beijing and moved to the United States in young adulthood. A three-time recipient of the Leni Febland Foundation Scholarship, Hang was also granted the Alfred Charles Mobus, Jr. Scholarship while studying at the USC Thornton School of Music. As the first-prize winner of the California Young Artist Competition, he has also won the Idyllwild Arts Concerto Competition and the National Debut Competition held by the Young Musicians Foundation.

Hang has performed concerts throughout the U.S. and China in halls including Kennedy Center, Annenberg Hall, Royce Hall, Sheonberg Hall, California Center for the Arts, Newman Hall, Bovard Auditorium, Zipper Hall, Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Wilshire Ebell Theater, Walt Disney Concert Hall and Beijing Concert Hall.

Hang has been the Principal Violist of the International Chamber Orchestra, Debut Symphony Orchestra, American Youth Symphony and the Colburn Orchestra. He also received a full scholarship to participate in the Music Academy of the West two times. As a chamber musician, he has collaborated with artists such as Ralph Gothoni, Arnold Steinhardt, Ronald Leonard, Dennis Trembly, Margaret Batjer, Peter Stumpf and members of the Ysaÿe quartet.

Hang has studied with Paul Coletti, Ralph Fielding, Xiaolong Liu and Donald McInnes.

Sujin Lim

Second Violin

Violinist Sujin Lim was born in Seoul, South Korea where she began her musical studies at age 5. She joined the Detroit Symphony Orchestra as section violinist in 2017.

Sujin is a prizewinner in numerous national and international violin competitions, including the Lodolfo Lipizer International Violin Competition (Italy), Torun International Violin Competition (Poland), Indianapolis Matinee Musical Scholarship Competition, Indiana University Sibelius Concerto Competition (United States), Joongang Music Competition and Ewha&Kyunghyang Competition (Korea).

Sujin has appeared in recital and as a soloist throughout Korea, Europe and the United States with Romania Symphony Orchestra, Philharmonic Orchestra of Bacau, Torun Symphony Orchestra, Yeonsae University and Indiana University Philharmonic Orchestra.

As a chamber musician, she is member of the EM trio in Korea and performed in such chamber recitals as Yagi studion, Jungdong Hall, KNUA hall, and Kumho Art Hall. Sujin has also served as principal concertmaster in the Evansville philharmonic, Indiana University Symphony, KNUA symphony and Aspen Conducting Academy orchestra.

Eun Park Lee

First Violin

A native of Seoul, South Korea, Eun Park Lee joined the DSO in March, 2006.

Winner of the Starling Awards Competition, she has worked with distinguished artists such as Joseph Silverstein, Pamela Frank, Isidore Cohen and Malcom Lowe; as well as the Tokyo, Juilliard and Emerson String Quartets. She made her solo debut with the Madri Chamber Orchestra in Korea, followed by several others--including the Woodlands Symphony Orchestra, while serving as their concertmaster of 2001-02.

During school, Eun served as concertmaster of the Eastman Philharmonia, Eastman School Symphony and Shepherd School Symphony Orchestra. She has been invited to many international music festivals, and has served as concertmaster at the Tanglewood Music Center; assistant concertmaster at the Pacific Music Festival in Japan, New York String Seminar and Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival in Germany. She was the guest associate concertmaster for the Daejeon Philharmonic in Korea in their Mozart and Mahler Festival, and was invited as one of the youngest guest artists for the Music in the Mountains Festival in Colorado.

As an active chamber musician, Eun is a former member of the Artésan String Quartet, giving numerous performances and also appearing with the faculty of the Eastman School of Music. In Texas, she appeared frequently as a performing artist at the Spectrum Chamber Music Series. Outside the classical music world, she has been a member of the GG Electric String Quartet’s performing artists, performing around Texas, Florida, New Orleans and Las Vegas.

Eun began playing the violin at the age of 9 and continued her studies at the Sun Hwa Arts School. In 1996, she moved to the States—-entering the Eastman School of Music, where she earned her Bachelor's Degree, and studying with Charles Castleman. She earned her Master's Degree at Rice University with Kathleen Winkler, with an award for full tuition and the C.Lummis Award. She was a member of the Fort Worth Symphony prior to joining the DSO.

Music is such a beautiful way to evoke feelings; yoga is an amazing way to work through them. ”

- Naomi Gold, Founder of Detroit Yoga Lab

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