Clarinetist Amy (Hae Sol) Hur has enjoyed a varied career as a chamber, orchestra and solo performer. She has made appearances at notable music festivals as a fellowship recipient, including the Marrowstone Summer Music Festival, Blackburn Napa Valley Music Festival, Norfolk Chamber Music Festival, Pacific Music Festival and Spoleto Festival USA.
She also regularly appears with the New Haven Symphony Orchestra and is a substitute member of the New World Symphony. Furthermore, Hur has collaborated and performed with many ensembles in Connecticut and New York City, such as Metropolis Ensemble, Pegasus: The Orchestra, Orchestra New England, Parlando, Princeton Symphony Orchestra and more.
Hur holds a high-school diploma from the Interlochen Arts Academy. She completed her bachelor of music degree and performer’s certificate at the Eastman School of Music and pursued her master of music at the Yale School of Music. Her core clarinet mentors include Alexander Fiterstein, Emil Khudyev, Kenneth Grant and David Shifrin.
She finished the first year of her doctorate of musical art fellowship at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York, studying under Pavel Vinnitsky and Pascual Martínez-Forteza. For the 2023/24 Season, she will be participating in the Civic Orchestra of Chicago as a Fellow.