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Sun Ah Choi

Sun Ah Choi

Nassau Treble Choir | Pianist

A native of South Korea, Dr. Sun Ah Choi began studying piano at the age of five and continued her musical studies at the Seoul Arts High School in Seoul. She received her Master of Music degree in piano performance from the Manhattan School of Music, as a student of Marc Silverman. She earned her doctorate degree in classical piano performance at Mason Gross School of Arts, Rutgers, New Jersey State University,as a student of Daniel Epstein.

Dr. Choi was the First Prize winner of the Korean Piano Association Competition, and was also awarded Second Prize in the Teenager Competition. In the U.S.A., she was the winner of the Special Presentation Award of the Artists International Competition. In addition, she performed in the Sin Choon Music Concert of the Sejong Cultural Center, the Sin Youn Joo Ja Music Concert of the Seoul Arts Center, and in a concert for the Korean Piano Association at the Ewon Cultural Center and Ewha Womans University. As an active soloist and collaborative pianist, she has performed in many solo and chamber recitals in U.S.A., including her Carnegie Hall recital debut in New York City. She has also performed solo recitals at Greenfield Hall, Baisley Powell Elebash Recital Hall, Schare Hall at Rutgers University, and so on. She has participated in the masterclasses of Lazar Berman, and Yong Hi Moon.

In addition to performing, She has taught at Hunter College of City University of New York and worked at Rutgers University as an accompanist. She is currently working as an accompanist at Long Island University (C. W. Post).

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