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Hunjoo Jung © Igor Ripak, aNother Festival Vienna, 2019
Hunjoo Jung © Igor Ripak, aNother Festival Vienna, 2019

Hunjoo Jung


September, October, November 2023

Ministerium für Wissenschaft, Forschung und Kultur des Landes Brandenburg

Hunjoo Jung is a German based South Korean composer of acoustic, electronic and electroacoustic concert music as well as intermedia installation art. In recent years, besides focusing on acoustic music, Jung has also been exploring multi-complex structural ways in which interactive visual, live video and video mapping, lighting & laser, sensor, actions and/or sculptural forms of objects can be used in a wide range of combination with acoustic, electroacoustic and electronic music in spatialization.

His most recent works will be/have been commissioned/performed by ensembles such as Distractfold [UK], Curious chamber players [Sweden], Talea [USA], KNM Berlin, Recherche [Germany], Mimitabu [Sweden], Interstring Project [Germany], Surplus [Germany], S201 [Germany], Multilaterale [France], Soloists such as Taylor J. Borden from Mivos Quartet [USA], Niklas Seidl from Ensemble Mosaic [Germany] and Kevin Toksöz Fairbairn [USA] among others.

His music will be/has been premiered in various festivals include TIME SPANS [USA], Kontakte’19 [Germany], KNM Contemporaries [Germany], Harvard Group New Musik Series [USA], Kalv [Sweden], Sound of Stockholm [Sweden], Tzlil Meudcan [Israel], Klang [Denmark], DEGEM 30 years Celebration Concert [Germany], Electronic Music Studio at UC Berkeley [CNMAT], Electronic Music Studio at Stanford [CCRMA], Musik 21 Festival [Germany], No Hay Banda [Canada], Musik Futures [the UK], Tongyeong International Music Festival [South Korea], Barcelona Modern Music_Sampler Series, Crossroads International Music Festival [Austria], Levande Musik [Sweden], Festival Klub Katarkt [Germany], International’s Digitalkunst Festival [Germany], IGNM [Switzerland] and MA/IN Intermedia Festival [Italy] among others. Also, he will be/has been scholarships/fellowships and/or grants by such as Ernst von Simens Musik Foundation [Germany], Schloss Solitude [Germany], Musikfond e.V. [Germany], DCR Neustart Kultur [Germany], Goethe Institute Germany, Niedersächsisches Ministerium für Wissenschaft und Kultur [Germany], Goethe Institute South Korea, Earl Brown Foundation [USA], Musik 21 Foundation e.V. [Germany], Georges Aperghis Commission Award [Greece], Culturele Activiteitenpremie' of the Flemish Government [Belgium], IGNM/ISCM/SIMC [Austria] and so on.