Works performed by Earplay:

Scenes from a Movie, Part 1, The Seventh Dream

Throughout his career, Earl Kim (1920-1998) received considerable recognition as a composer, including commissions from the Fromm, Koussevitzky, and Naumburg Foundations, from the University of Chicago and Boston University, and from individuals and performing organizations. Earl Kim was born in Dinuba, California, the third son of immigrant Korean parents. He was educated at Los Angeles City College, UCLA, and Harvard University. His principal teachers included Arnold Schoenberg, Ernest Bloch, and Roger Sessions.

[from program for September 8, 2003 concert]