Jeongah Choi

A versatile musician, violinist Jeongah Choi has enjoyed  performing as a soloist, chamber music member, and  orchestral player in major countries around the world, including South Korea, Austria, Canada, and the United  States of America.  

As an active chamber musician, Ms. Choi appreciates  collaboration with various artists and relishes every  opportunity to play in an ensemble. She founded several  quartets with her beloved friends, including the Varick  String Quartet and the Con Spirito String Quartet. Her  versatility in chamber music repertoire is evident in her recent performance programs, highlighting everything from more traditional works by Joseph Haydn and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart to more modern pieces by Béla Bartók and Luciano Berio. Ms. Choi thrives on learning and bringing contemporary pieces to life  by giving premiere performances. Her premiere performances include Adam Zolty’s  Toys, Elizabeth Maconchy’s String Quartet No. 3, and Sylvie Bodorová’s Silymabum for  String Quartet.  

As a solo performer, Ms. Choi enjoys delivering a wide range of repertoire, which is well  observed from her graduation recital held at Roy Barnett Recital Hall, BC, Canada, in  2019, featuring works by J.S. Bach, Beethoven, Paganini, Tomaso Antonio Vitali, as well  as Bartók and Augusta Read Thomas. Her commitment and love for sharing the  exceptional beauty of classical music are the driving forces behind her solo  performances.  

As a teaching artist, Ms. Choi demonstrated her notable passion for teaching while  serving at the Music Box Academy and the Connection Academy, both located in  Vancouver, BC, Canada. She worked with students who were at various playing levels  and assisted them in reaching their highest potential by providing weekly lessons and  seasonal masterclasses. Her pedagogical interest never fails to pique her inherent  curiosity and quest for improvement.