Yeeun Ha

Violin II

Yeeun obtained a Bachelor's and a Master's degree in Music from The Royal Conservatory of the Hague with Kees Hülsmann as his last student and a minor degree in Baroque violin for 2 years with Walter Reiter.

She participated in the Bach festival, and Grachten festival in Holland and also received the 2nd prize at the Chamber Music Competition of the Music Association of Busan in Korea.

She played as a member of The Hague symphony orchestra (Residentie Orkest) in Holland from the season 2016 to 2018 and she was regularly invited by various orchestras in the Netherlands such as the Noord Nederlands Orkest, the Nieuw Bach ensemble and Camerata Ardesko.

Yeeun had also presented every year (2014-2018) for the performances of Mathew’s passion at the renowned venue such as Peters Kerk in Leiden, Grote Kerk in The Hague, Joris Kerk in Amersfoort and Laurenskerk in Rotterdam

She had participated in a CD recording of a complete series of Schubert symphonies with the Hague symphony orchestra with Jan Willem de Vriend and with Camerata Ardesko, she played for their first project album "Our world" in Amsterdam. Yeeun also participated in a jazz cd recording "Bright green, almost white" with jazz trumpeter Alex Sipiagin and with her string quartet.

Since arriving in Quebec in 2019, she regularly played with the Orchestre Symphonique de Québec (OSQ) and played quartet with the members of OSQ for various types of music in venues like Museé de la civilization and Salle des promotions in Quebec city.

Yeeun joined the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra in 2022.