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Korean pianist Eun-Hye Grace Choi began playing the piano at the age of six, and has worked with such renowned artists as Graham Johnson, Richard Stoltzman, and Eugene Rousseau. Choi has won several competitions in her native country and performed extensively as a collaborative pianist throughout the United States, France, Belgium, UK, and South Korea. Her playing has been widely praised as “technically flawless and exquisite performance” (Alexandria Gazette). Her performance at the Hot Springs Music Festival was broadcast on NPR’s Performance Today. Choi also served as a staff collaborative pianist at the Interlochen Center for the Arts Summer Camp. She holds a degree in composition from Yonsei University in Korea. Choi received her master’s degree in collaborative piano at Florida State University and is currently completing her DMA at the University of Minnesota.

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