… to the official website of Sanghee Sania Cheong! This is the best place to find information regarding upcoming concerts and events, media/PR material and the personal life of the artist.
Sanghee Sania Cheong is also founder and acting chairwoman of the “Internationales Musikfestival Zell am See”, which will be held for the first time next year from the 8th until the 14th September, 2019. For more information make sure to check out the official website at musikfestivalzellamsee.at
Sania Cheong started to play the violin at the age of 4. Since then she has dedicated herself to becoming a professional violinist.
At the age of 10, Ms. Cheong played the Mendelssohn Concerto with the Prime Philharmonic Orchestra, demonstrating her remarkable talent and musicality at a young age. As a result of her success in numerous national and international competitions, she has played with orchestras such as the Korean Symphony Orchestra, State Symphony Orchestra of St.Petersburg, North Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, Budapest Symphony Orchestra MAV, Kharkov Philharmonic Orchestra, Rome Symphony Orchestra, Nürnberg Symphony Orchestra of Germany in various world renowned concert venues, such as Smetana Hall, Rudolfinum in Prague, Hercules Hall in Munich, Philharmonie in Berlin and Goldensaal in Musikverein in Vienna.
In February, 2010, Cheong and the great cellist Mischa Maisky were invited by Nürnberg Symphony Orchestra to play the Beethoven Triple concerto. In July 16, 2011, She was invited to play the concerto again with cellist Mischa Maisky and his daughter Lily Maisky with Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra at the Cesky Krumlov International Music Festival. They also performed the Brahms Double Concerto which was filmed by Czech national broadcast and released on live DVD.
In October, 2015, her first CD album was released by Sony Classical for which she recorded Mendelssohn and Beethoven violin concertos with Rome Symphony Orchestra.
Ms. Cheong has completed her master degree at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna and continued her study in Moscow with Sergey Kravechenko at Tchaikovsky Conservatory. Since October 2016 she has been teaching at University for Music and Performing Art in Vienna.