On Saturday's live broadcast, we present Trio Keluvaina of Midwest Young Artists Conservatory in Highwood, Illinois. Their members include 17-year-old violinist Rebecca Moy of Naperville, 18-year-old cellist Haddon Kay of Lincolnshire, and 16-year-old pianist Kimberly Han of Lake Forest. The trio is coached by Lyudmila Lakisova and Desirée Ruhstrat.
Rebecca Moy currently studies with Olga Kaler of DePaul University and is the concertmaster of Midwest Young Artists Conservatory Symphony Orchestra. She toured Ireland and Scotland with the MYAC Symphony Orchestra in 2016 and was awarded first prize at the 2016 Fischoff Chamber Music Competition.
Haddon Kay currently studies with Hans Jensen of Northwestern University and is the principal cellist of the Midwest Young Artists Conservatory Symphony Orchestra. He was the Strings Category winner of the Walgreens National Concerto Competition and was a finalist in the 2017 Crain-Maling Foundation Chicago Symphony Orchestra Young Artists Competition.
Kimberly Han currently studies with Alexander Korsantia of New England Conservatory and Brenda Huang of the Music Institute of Chicago. She is also a violinist in the Midwest Young Artists Conservatory Symphony Orchestra. She is a 2016‐2018 Lang Lang Young Scholar, and has performed with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra as the winner of the 2015 Crain-Maling Foundation Chicago Symphony Orchestra Young Artists Competition.
Trio Keluvaina was the winner of the 2018 Discover National Chamber Music Competition MYAC Division and was awarded Honorable Mention at the 2018 Rembrandt Chamber Players’ High School Chamber Music Competition.