Korean pianist Eunhye Grace Choi has been praised for her “nice touch and excellent technique” (American Record Guide) and “meticulous attention to detail” (Fanfare). As an active collaborative pianist, Choi has performed extensively throughout the United States, France, Belgium, UK, and South Korea. Choi’s recording Clarinet Sonatas by François Devienne (Naxos) received international acclaim. Her recent recording “Images: American Sonatas” for Saxophone and Piano was released in 2013 on the Emeritus label. Her live and recorded performances are frequently broadcasted on the radio, including NPR’s Performance Today.
Choi is in high demand as a performer of contemporary music. She premiered Bright Sheng’s Deep Red as a member of the Eastern Music Festival faculty chamber ensemble under the direction of Gerard Schwarz. Choi has recorded works by Jennifer Higdon, William Albright, and David Biedenbender and closely worked with renowned composers such as Libby Larsen.
Dr. Choi currently serves on the music faculty at Tennessee Technological University as well as the Eastern Music Festival and the Chapel Hill International Chamber Music Workshop. Choi has previously worked as a collaborative pianist at the Interlochen Arts Camp and the Interlochen Bassoon Institute. Choi holds a B.M. in Composition from Yonsei University in Korea and a Master’s degree in collaborative Piano at Florida State University. She received a doctoral degree in collaborative piano at the University of Minnesota.