Dr. Yeomin Yun
“I recently had my solo performance in Seoul, Korea on October 15, 2016. It was packed with more than 300 people in the concert room. Although, I could feel the air was really dry, I could play my saxophone with ease thanks to Légère. August this year, at another performance, I had a solo performance for an hour with played only jazz music. Thanks to Légère, the sound was perfect even though my saxophone was exposed to the elements of the outdoors. Moreover, Légère enables me to play for both classic and jazz music and both indoors and outdoors venue! I trust Légère to give me the best sound possible! I don’t have to worry about my instrument as long as it’s a Légère!” – Dr. Yeomin Yun
Dr. Yeomin Yun is the first Korean saxophonist to receive the DMA in saxophone performance from the United States. For his doctoral degree, he studied saxophone with Dr. James Bunte and Prof. Rick VanMatre at the University of Cincinnati. He earned his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees at the Korea National University of Arts and a Graduate Certificate in Performance at the University of Southern California.
He was selected as saxophonist for “Powder Her Face” together with USC Opera and LA Philharmonic under directing by Thomas Adès.
Some of Dr. Yun’s highlights in performance include EBS Space Concert, KBS Open Concert, WASBE Conference, NASA Conference, and World Saxophone Congress. He has performed with many world renowned saxophonists including Nicolas Prost, Nobuya Sugawa, Arno Bornkamp, Philippe Portejoie, Tom deVette, James Rotter, Nathan Nabb, and Timothy McAllister.
Dr. Yeomin Yun served as Instructor of Music at Korea National University of arts and Assistant Professor of Saxophone at the GyeongJu University in South Korea. He is currently Full-time Lecturer of Music at the Korea Science Academy of KAIST.