A native of the San Francisco Bay Area, violinist Eunice Kim made her solo début at the age of seven with the Korean Broadcasting Symphony Orchestra. A winner of Astral Artists’ 2012 National Auditions, Kim is the recipient of awards and honors from the California International Violin Competition, the Korea Times String Competition, and the Youth Excellence Scholarship for the Arts. She also represented the Curtis Institute of Music and the San Francisco Conservatory of Music in the Millennium Stage Series Conservatory Project at the Kennedy Center. She has appeared at many political events, most recently performing for the Henry A. Kissinger Prize ceremony in Dresden, as well as performing for the United Nations and Secretary General Ban Ki-moon at Bohemian National Hall, Cleveland. She has participated in prestigious summer festivals such as Ravinia’s Steans Institute of Music, Marlboro School of Music, and Music from Angel Fire. This year, she was a guest artist for the Seongnam Music Festival and Manhattan Chamber Music Festival.