Jooho-SongJoo Ho Song (VA)
Joo Ho Song, a French hornist, earned her bachelor’s degree from the Seoul National University in Seoul, Korea. As a high school student, she won first place in Yugyoung Foundation Music Competition. In college, she joined the Seoul Wind Ensemble, the most distinguished concert band in Korea led by maestro In Seo.
She was also a member of Young Philharmonic Orchestra, and went on tour concerts. After graduating from college, she was hired by Incheon Civic Symphony Orchestra, one of the top three orchestras in Korea. At this time, she was invited from Madree Chamber Ensemble as principal player, and her concerts toured Japan. After completing the contract with Incheon Civic Symphony Orchestra, she became a member of Seoul Symphony Orchestra, and worked with New Seoul Symphony, Seoul Academy Philharmonic Orchestra, and the New World Symphony orchestra (principal player).
Moving to the U.S, she worked with Janine Gabriel, professor of the Michigan State University, and had many music activities with her. In Virginia, she played with Washington Korean Symphony, Washington Festival Orchestra, Washington Youth Foundation Orchestra, and J&M Orchestra. Currently, she is an associate manager of WMYO/INPASS, also conductor of WMWE and inpass Adult Band.