Spring Concert

Sunday, May 19, 4pm

``Share the Love`` Spring Concert

Join us on May 19 at 4pm for our FREE annual spring concert, “Sharing the Love.” Experience the magic of live music with a captivating blend of J.S. Bach, jazz melodies, Beatles classics, and beloved Disney hits.

Musical selections will be performed by Peace’s music groups: Bells of Peace, Voices of Peace, Singing Angels, and Messengers. Guest Artists include Hana and Hamin Kim from the Kim Quartet.

But it doesn’t stop there – by attending, you’ll also be making a difference! All love offerings will go towards supporting Belvedere Elementary Food Bag supplies. Help ensure that low-income students have access to nutritious meals on weekends and during the summer months.

``Share the Love`` Spring Concert

Guest Musicians

Our Spring concert will feature musicians of all ages whom have been practicing for our spring concert all year. Peace's musical groups include Bells of Peace (Bell Choir), Messengers (Folk Band), Voices of Peace (Adult Choir), and Singing Angels (Youth Choir). We also are humbled to be sharing the stage with our exciting guest musicians from the Kim Quartet featured here.

Hana Kim

Hana Kim, a Korean-American violinist/violist, entrepreneur, and singer-songwriter, seamlessly blends technical excellence with artistic versatility across classical and popular music genres. As a performer, singer-songwriter, program director, and educator, Hana's passion lies in making music more accessible. Her global journey unfolds through captivating performances in countries like Guatemala, Brazil, Argentina, Peru, Paraguay, Korea, Morocco, France, Germany, and major US cities.


Her talents resonate beyond the stage, weaving a tapestry of cultural dialogue and fostering connections that transcend borders. Drawing from her past experiences as one of the leaders at the Dallas Symphony Orchestra’s Young Musicians program, Hana pioneers new orchestra programs focused on approachability and inclusivity.


Hana earned her Bachelor of Arts in Violin Performance with a minor in Art Entrepreneurship from Southern Methodist University. Currently pursuing her Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Strategic Management at the University of North Texas, Hana aims to enhance her skills in managing musical endeavors.

Hamin Kim

Hamin Kim, a dynamic cellist, has graced prestigious venues worldwide, including London's Royal Albert Hall, Cadogan Hall, St James, Piccadilly, and BBC Radio 3 & 4, as well as Prague's Cirkev ceskoslovenská husitská, Veneto's Aula Magna del Seminario, Warsaw's Chopin-Górecki Festival, Daejeon's Mokwon Chapel, Dallas's Meyerson Center, Winspear Opera House, and DC's Kennedy Center. His performances, spanning continents, transcend cultural boundaries, leaving a lasting impact.


Hamin's musical journey began at a young age, honing his craft with dedication and passion. His exceptional talent and commitment to excellence led him to study at the renowned Royal Academy of Music in London, where he earned his Bachelor of Music with Honours and Master of Arts degrees.


As a member of the faculty at Dallas College and a chamber coach and cello instructor at Highland Park ISD, Hamin is also committed to nurturing the next generation of musicians. He imparts his knowledge, expertise, and love for music to aspiring cellists, helping them develop their skills and find their own unique voices in the world of music.


Currently based in Dallas, Hamin is not only a soloist but also a member of the Kim Quartet, a musical ensemble comprising Hamin and his siblings, including Hana Kim. Together, they share their collective talent and passion for music with audiences globally. Their performances are characterized by precision, emotion, and a deep connection to the music they play, captivating listeners from all walks of life.