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Family Name Given Name Instrument Group   Start Stop    
Kim Jeewon Violin I/II Madawaska   2016  
Kim Karen Violin II Parker   2002 2013  
Kim Karen Violin II Jasper   2018  
Kim Kee-Hyun Cello Parker   2002  
Kim Kyu-Young Violin II Pacifica   1997 1999  
Kim Kyu-Young Violin I/II Dædalus   2000 2010 ca.  
Kim Min-Young Violin I/II Dædalus   2000 2012  
Kim Min-Young Violin I Dædalus   2012  
Kim Pauline Violin I [Unnamed] (KMFC)    
Kim ext Sujean Violin II Corigliano   1996  
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Kim Suyoen Violin I/II Artemis b. 1987 2019  
Kim ext Won-Mo Violin II Pro Arte b. 1939 1964* 1967*  
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*Won-Mo Kim was not really a member of the Pro Arte String Quartet. Probably he would have been if it had played as such during his three years at the University of Wisconsin at Madison, where the Quartet had resided for more than 20 years. From 1962 to 1967, various Pro-Arte-like formations resided and performed there, including a string trio and a piano quartet, but not the string quartet. Usually the group was designated something other than Pro Arte, or noted as “members of the Pro Arte [String] Quartet” plus other players.

Kim Yeesun Cello Borromeo   1989  
Kim Yong Violin I Marteau    
Kim Young-Nam Violin II [Unnamed] (KKCR)    
Kimanen Seppo Cello Jean Sibelius    
Kimstedt Rainer Johannes Violin II Kreuzberg    
King Bryan Violin II Purcell b. 1948 1979 1991  
King Stephen Viola Australian   2012  
King Terry Cello Lyric Art