Ahyoung Won

Conc ENG 2021
About This Project

Ahyoung Won

South Korea

29 y.o.


Ahyoung Won has featured throughout Korea and Europe. She has performed recitals in France, Germany, Swiss and Austria, including two gala concerts as a winner of ‘Concours International de Piano Teresa Llacuna-Ville de Valence’ ‘Euregio Piano Award’ and a scholarship recital in Basel. She has also been invited several times to perform at the Offene Kirche Sils Maria in Swiss. Besides she has performed with Bad Reichenhall Philharmonie in Bad Reichenhall, Bayern. Recently she had a recital in Seoul Arts Center on Aug.18. Ahyoung Won has won prizes at competitions around the world. She was the First Prize winner of National-Music-Competition in Seoul, also won Second Prizes at Bechstein&Samik Piano Concour, Eumag Chunchu Music Concour and Third Prizes at Eumag-Journal Music Competition, Eum-Yeon Music Competition in Korea. She is the winner of the Second Prize at Concours International de Piano Teresa Llacuna-Ville de Valence (France, 2015), Wiener Musikseminar Prof. Dichler Wettbewerb(Austria, 2018). In 2019, she won two Special Prizes at Euregio Piano Award(Germany) and Osimo International Piano Competition(Italy). Also she got Third prize at American Music Talent Competition 2021. Ahyoung Won studied Piano with Hie-Yon Choi at Seoul National University(Bachelor) and with Adrian Oetiker at Hochschule für Musik und Theater München, where she earned Master degree and Meisterklasse. Under prof. Oetiker, she also received Spezialität Master Performance Solistin degree at Musikakademie Basel. In addition to performing as soloist, Ahyoung Won has frequently performed as a chamber musician. In 2013 she has given a chamber music recital at the Ujung Art Center. Since 2018, she has also performed numerous concerts as a member of SÄM Piano Trio in Munich and Seoul.


Envisaged programme


First round

L. van Beethoven: Piano Sonata No. 28 in A Major, Opus 101

S. Calligaris: “Tre Studi” dell’Op.11, No.22 “Allegro Furioso” 


Second round

J. Brahms: Klavierstücke Op.119

C. Debussy: Preludes Book 2 No. 3, 4, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12



M. Clementi: Piano Sonata Op.47 No.2

R. Schumann: Fantasiestücke, Op.12 

Beethoven/Liszt: An die ferne Geliebte Op.98



S. Rachmaninoff: Piano Concerto N.2 in C minor, Op.18