Event Details


Sunday, October 27, 2019
2:00 PM
Gunderson Stiles Concert Hall

1315 11th Street, Monroe

“...impressive soloists and adept chamber musicians...excellent artists and technicians who present thoroughly prepared performance...”
- The New York Concert Review


Enhake (in-HA-kee) is the quartet with members Wonkak Kim (clarinet), M. Brent Williams (violin), Katherine Decker (cello), and Eun-Hee Park (piano). Their distinctive instrumentation allows them the flexibility to perform repertoire from the Baroque, Classical, and Romantic eras in addition to the most captivating contemporary masterworks. Possessing a knack for adventurous yet accessible programming, enhake consistently distinguish themselves with performances of startling intensity.

Drawing its name from the Seminole (Creek) word for sound or call, enhake has been praised for its “playing of the very highest caliber” (Fanfare) and “keen instinct for exciting programmes” (BBC Music Magazine). Their 2010 Carnegie Hall recital Made in America was lauded for its "rock solid rhythmic integrity...strengths in balance, intonation, and musicality” and described as a “polished, yet spontaneous performance" (The New York Concert Review).

They have successfully toured on three continents and in venues including: NYC’s Carnegie Hall, the OK Mozart Festival, South Korea’s Young-San Arts Hall, the Pan-Music Festival at the Seoul Arts Center, and the Promising Artists of the 21st Century Series in Costa Rica.

A reception in Knuteson Promenade immediately following the concert.