Featuring: Lorraine Min, piano; Terence Tam, violin and Brian Yoon, cello

Steinway Artist and critically acclaimed pianist, Lorraine Min has dazzled audiences with her poetic artistry and dynamic virtuosity.  Cited by the New York Times for her “impeccable phrase-shaping (and) crystalline sound,” and by the Washington Post for her “admirable playing,”


Consistently praised for his intense musicality and impressive technique, Canadian violinist Terence Tam has performed in Canada, The U.S.A., Australia, Europe and Japan as a recitalist and chamber musician. Currently concertmaster of the Victoria Symphony, he also held this prestigious position with the Adelaide Symphony in Australia and Symphony Nova Scotia in Canada.


Cellist Brian Yoon has been described by CBC Music as “Canada’s next cello superstar”. Since winning First Prize at the 35th Eckhardt-Gramatté Competition, he has been presented in recital from coast to coast, with repertoire ranging from Bach and Beethoven to Shostakovich and Metallica. Currently the Principal Cello of the Victoria Symphony, he has appeared as guest principal with the Kingston Symphony and the National Arts Centre Orchestra.