Chloe Kim


Chloe Kim

Hailed as a “rising superstar” (The Georgia Straight) who performs with “exceptional passion and intensity… to electrifying effect” (The Vancouver Sun), Canadian violinist Chloe Kim has performed in soloist and principal roles in prominent concert venues around the world. She has shared the stage with internationally celebrated figures such as Rachel Podger, Masaaki Suzuki, Harry Bicket, Pablo Heras-Casado, and Richard Egarr. The recipient of many awards including the 2021 American Bach Society Grant, 2020/21 Mercury-Juilliard Fellowship, Chloe was most recently nominated for Canada’s prestigious Sylva Gelber Music Foundation Award. Elected in 2021, Chloe is also a Fellow of The English Concert in America.

Chloe’s most memorable engagements include a 2017 Vivaldi women’s tour led by the inspirational Monica Huggett, as well as several trips to France for collaborations with William Christie and Les Arts Florissants. In the summer of 2019, Chloe performed across Scandinavia with Yale’s Schola Cantorum and served as concertmaster of Juilliard415 for several sold-out productions of Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas, directed by Avi Stein in London’s Holland Park and the Versailles Royal Opera.

In 2020, Chloe made her directorial debut with Victoria’s hugely successful Music for the Pause series, presented with her beloved West Coast colleagues. Highlights of previous seasons include features in the CBC’s 30 under 30 and the Juilliard Journal, as well as a luminous review from David Gordon Duke in The Vancouver Sun for her solo debut with the Pacific Baroque Orchestra.

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