Ashley Yoon

Ashley Yoon, violin (Charleston, SC), is currently studying with Mr. Joseph Lin at The Juilliard School for her B.M.

She is the winner of the American Protégé International Competition of Romantic Music and has been invited to play at Carnegie Hall in December 2019. Ashley is also the winner of the 2019 DSO Concerto Competition and had the opportunity to perform the "Saint Saens Violin Concerto with the Dekalb Symphony Orchestra". She has recently won the 2018 Winston Salem Symphony Orchestra Competition, 2019 Augusta Symphony Concerto Competition, and was a finalist of the 2019 HHSO Concerto Competition.

She has received multiple Summer Study Scholarships and the Barry Goldsmith Scholarship from the Charleston Symphony Orchestra League. She was also awarded the King-Lancaster Orchestral award, the Hiram Curry award, and the Donald Shelter award by the Charleston Music Club.

Ashley was the winner of the MTNA SC State Junior Division. Ashley has performed with the Piccolo Spoleto Rising Young Star program. She has played Vivaldi’s Concerto for Four Violins with the Charleston Symphony Orchestra. Ashley has attended Music in Pyeonchang (Great Mountains Festival), Morningside Music Bridge, Luby Violin Symposium, the Meadowmount School of Music, and the Four Seasons Chamber Music Festival’s Summer Chamber Music Institute and Next Generation program.