South Korean violinist Jenny Bae enchants her global fans

On their theater of dreams in (Old Trafford) the fans of Manchester United football club, sing for glory. They used to chant for the players in the historic stadium of Manchester city, England. But the South Korean violinist Jenny Bae, who brought the tunes of blue skies and white clouds, to the green rectangle in (Old Trafford) field added her own Special charm to make the English fans adore her presence. She is the violinist from the East who added a lot to them by her passion for the magical ball, the red shirts, and legendary championships.

Jenny Bae was born in the capital city of Seoul, South Korea. Her family moved to the United States as her father was to join his job there. Then she was 12, and four years later her talent attracted the eyes and ears Dorothy De Lay, when she was studying in New York City, where she graduated at the Juilliard School.

In 2000, her talent returned to play in her hometown, accompanied by operatic icon Lucian Pavarotti, for the Peace Concert, in the presence of 90 thousand spectators. Her international art trips started between Poland and Germany, in 2001.

In 2007, and as an ambassador for the Red Cross, Jenny Bae paid a speech at the United Nations to welcome the Secretary General Mr. Ban Ki-moon. In 2007 & 2008 Jenny Bae was invited to perform her magic in the forum of Nobel peace laureates in Rome. Among their guests; there were Mikhail Gorbachev, George Clooney, Peter Gabriel, and others.

Continuing as an ambassador for the Red Cross in Asia, Jenny Bae traveled between her homeland and its neighbor North Korea to play in front of the leaders of the two countries. Jenny Bae was the first South Korean to record with North Korea orchestra; she was contributing in a campaign to gather financial support necessary for building proper hospitals in North Korea.

In March of last year, Jenny Bae recorded her first musical work with the producer and DJ David Morales. That was performed for the first time in Greece, in the summer of 2012. Later in August 2012 Jenny Bae partnered with Nick Murray and Dominic Schwarzer to record 3 songs for her album (Left), the songs that were chosen to be movie trailers tracks.

During our journey in South Korea a few weeks ago, I got the chance to know Jenny Bae; the smartest musician of her generation playing violin. She loves classical music, and she also loves (Manchester United), specially impressed by her national team player Park Ji-sung.

They both play to amuse themselves and their fans, but also they play to give our lives its joy.

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