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Daseul (Rose) Kim

Daseul Kim was born in Chuncheon-si, South Korea. She began her violin education at the age of 8 and learned under the tutelage of Chugye University for the Arts professor, Seung Hee Yang in Seoul, South Korea. Daseul Kim’s notable awards during her early solo career include 2nd prize at the Gangneoug Wonju University Concerto Competition (2009), 3rd prize at the Gangwon-do province Solo Concerto Competition (2010), and consecutive runner-up awards at the Chuncheon City Solo Concerto Competition (2008, 2009, 2010). She served as a first violinist of the Chuncheon Youth Symphony Orchestra and the Philippines cultural exchange orchestra through the years of 2009-2013.

After graduating high school, Daseul Kim won the UNT Winspear Music Scholarship to attend the University of North Texas College of Music under the guidance of professor Felix Olschofka, and achieved the Bachelors of Music in Violin Performance with Honors (2016-2019). During her education she served as a first violin with the UNT Symphony Orchestra and performed at notable venues and events including the Dallas City Performance Hall, Texas Music Educators Association in San Antonio, and The Meyerson. She has served as a violin instructor in Texas and abroad at the Castle Hills Music Academy (2018), Royal Music Academy in Texas (2019), Songhwa Elementary School (2021), and Bongeui Middle School in South Korea (2021). She also served as a guest first violinist with the W Philharmonic Orchestra in Seoul, South Korea (2021).

Daseul Kim currently resides in Fort Worth, Texas with her husband and their dog. She enjoys exercise, travel, and Korean dramas in her free time.

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