BEVERLY HILLS—The Music in the Mansion event at Greystone Mansion & Gardens: The Doheny Estate continues on Sunday, March 20. According to a press release from Dana Beesen, Public Information Officer for the city of Beverly Hills, the concert will take place at 2 p.m. with Cinematic Scenes that include selections for violin and guitar inspired by the cinema.

Cinematic Scenes duo Ines Thome, guitarist and YuEun Kim, violinist met at the University of Southern California where Ines studies with William Kanengeise, Grammy Award-winning classical guitarist, instructor and author. YuEun is the winner of the 2015 USC Concerto Competition, studies with notarized violinist Midori.

Thorne performs internationally as a solo and chamber musician. She studied classical guitar at Frankfurt and Stuttgart and finished her Artist Diploma with distinction. Thorne obtained her Master’s Degree at Stuttgart State University of Music and Performing Arts, with distinction before starting post graduate work at USC.

Kim is a violinist from Seoul, Korea and has won top prizes at the Korean Times Music Competition, Kumho Art Hall Recital Series Competition, Sungjung Competition, Music Education News Concours, and the Seoul Young Chamber Music Competition. She has performed in more than 20 concert series, which includes a performance at the Lincoln Center in New York. She has a bachelor’s degree and master’s degree from Seoul National University and is currently working towards her graduate certificate under the tutelage of Midori Goto at the University of Southern California.

The remaining 2016 concerts: April 24, Vladimir Khomyakov (pianist); May 22, DuoKYaria with Yoon Hee Jung (flutist) and Ko Ni Choi (harpist); June 19, Quarteto Nuevo with Kenton Youngstrom (acoustic Guitar), Aaron Chavez (percussion), Damon Zick (soprano sax, alto flute) and Jacob Szekely (cello). The season ends on July 13, with the IPalpiti Festival which brings a consortium of prize-winning musicians from around the globe.

Performances will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Sundays with the exception of the iPalpiti Festival, which will take place on July 13 in the evening.

Tickets for regular concerts are $20 per ticket and the iPalpiti season finale is $30 per ticket. Seating is limited and advanced tickets are encouraged. To purchase tickets online, visit For more information, see