Yeeun Ha

Violin II

Yeeun obtained both a Bachelor’s and a Master’s degree in Music from The Royal Conservatory of the Hague under the guidance of Kees Hülsmann, complemented by a minor degree in Baroque violin with the esteemed Walter Reiter.

During her tenure in the Netherlands, Yeeun held a position in the Hague Symphony Orchestra (Residentie Orkest). She was also frequently invited to perform with renowned orchestras such as the Noord Nederlands Orkest, the Nieuw Bach Ensemble, and Camerata Ardesko.

Yeeun’s musical journey extended beyond orchestral settings, as she engaged in chamber music concerts with fellow members of her previous orchestra and collaborated with her cellist husband, David Bordeleau. Her diverse musical interests, spanning from baroque to jazz, were showcased in her annual presentations of baroque music, including performances of Mathew’s Passion at prestigious venues such as Peters Kerk in Leiden, Grote Kerk in The Hague, Joris Kerk in Amersfoort, and Laurenskerk in Rotterdam. Notably, she contributed to the jazz CD recording “Bright Green, Almost White” alongside jazz trumpeter Alex Sipiagin and her string quartet.

Yeeun actively participated in prominent festivals like the Bach Festival and Grachten Festival in Holland. Her musical presence can be heard in various recordings, including the complete series of Schubert symphonies with the Hague Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Jan Willem de Vriend. Additionally, she played a pivotal role in Camerata Ardesko’s debut project album, “Our World,” recorded in Amsterdam.

Having settled in Edmonton in 2022, Yeeun has continued to make significant contributions to the musical scene. In the preceding years, from 2019 to 2021, she showcased her talents in Quebec, collaborating with the Orchestre Symphonique de Québec and performing diverse quartet repertoires in venues such as Musée de la Civilisation and Salle des Promotions in Quebec City.

In 2022, Yeeun embarked on a new chapter, joining the prestigious Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, followed by her addition to the Edmonton Chamber Orchestra in 2023. Her musical journey reflects a rich tapestry of experiences and a deep commitment to bringing the beauty of music to audiences in both Quebec and her current home in Edmonton, as well as worldwide.