Rachel Choe


"...a musician of the most propulsive of lines in deftly synchronized fashion..."

The Baltimore Sun

"Her music is so lovely, mellow and precise, it touches the heart and soul of the listener."

The Cape Gazzett


Can I Sing For You: I am a musician, mainly a flutist but often arrange music for chamber ensembles and orchestras for the concerts and recordings, and have a great time as an amateur pianist and a singer.

On The Road: The musical career has brought me to various corners of the world from the open-air street school in Old Delhi of India, an inter-faith center of Dubai and a suburb retreat center of Buenos Aires to the prestigious Sydney Opera House, Tokyo Opera Hall and New York's Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall. 

Healing Kitchen: In every city I visit to, I make a list of where to walk around and what to eat. I prefer local markets and small restaurants. Not being allergic to any, I have been able to be adventurous on food. Though it wasn't always delicious, I've learned about many aspects of the people's soul of the land I was visiting in their dishes. Then, I practice it at my kitchen with my friends, sharing bread and milk with our stories. 

I Am & I Think: My life is still a rough gemstone. More it gets ground and polished, more it gets shiny and valuable. A variety of experiences polishes multi facets of my gemstone, which makes a Diamond. I would like to share about it.

  • “You don't want a million answers as much as you want a few forever questions. The questions are Diamonds you hold in the light. Study a lifetime and you see different colors from the same jewel." – Richard Bach (American Writer, author of 'Jonathan Livingston Seagull', b. 1936)