Tag Archives: Jeanine De Bique

Dasol Kim Makes New York Premiere on Stage at Merkin Concert Hall

New York, N.Y. I have been writing about the Young Concert Artists (YCA) since my profile of its inspired and legendary founder Susan Wadsworth in 2010 (Wikipedia). Although I have written about the gifted performers of YCA for almost a decade, covering the debut New York performances of such talent as Hahn-Bin, Caroline Goulding, Raphaël Sévère, Aleksandr Haskin, Jeanine de […]

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Young Concert Artists Presents Ravishing Soprano at Merkin Hall

New York, N.Y.  The LA-based pianist, conductor, and composer André Previn called Susan Wadsworth, who founded Young Concert Artists (YCA) in 1961, last week to tell her how much he loved soprano Jeanine de Bique‘s singing of his cycle, Honey and Rue. When I received an invitation to cover her upcoming recital in New York’s Merkin Hall at Kaufman […]

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