Nurie Chung

Nurie Chung


Nurie Chung is the second prize winner with age 16, in 2021 56th Premio Paganini competition in Genoa, Italy. He was also awarded two more special prizes, one for best performance for commissioning piece and the other for the youngest finalist.
He is now studying with Prof. Boris Kuschnir in Vienna. Until March, 2023, he had been taught by late NamYun Kim at the Korea National Institute for the Gifted in Arts.
This year, he played a recital in Seoul on January 18, which was broadcast on February 2 and 9. On February 15th he played in Dubai.

For 2023 session, he performed a number of concerts in Europe, mainly in Italy, including Stradivari festival (Cremona, which was broadcasted by Cremona1 TV/Radio), Piran (Slovenia, broadcasted by RTV- Radio Television Slovenia), Palermo, Sicily in October followed by Padova and Carpi in November. In last year (2022) he played in Dubai, Malta, Seoul, Genova, Mantova, Koper (Slovenia, which was broadcasted by RTV- Radio Television Slovenia).

He won many international and national competitions. In 2019, he won 1 st prize of concerto competition at Morningside Music Bridge in Boston. He won 1st Prize of Il Piccolo Violin Magico in Italy in 2016, and won the grand prize across all categories of the 2016 Euroasia Young Violin competition in Japan.