Rachel Choe

Flute

"...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

Millersville University Faculty Chamber Concert on Friday 1/31/2014 at the Ware Center of Lancaster PA

Debussy Trio and Others

Rachel Choe will be playing the exquisite Debussy Trio for Flute, Viola and Harp with Madeleine Darmiento, the viola professor of the Millersville University and Jacquiline Pollauf, one of the most beautiful harpists in Baltimore in the Ware Center of Lancaster Pennsylvania. The Steinman Hall of the Ware Center is designed by Cyril Harris, one of the world's leading acoustical designers who worked on major halls including Kennedy Center and Lincoln Center. The concert program includes Beethoven Cello Sonata No. 3 in A major, Op. 69, Debussy Trio, and Dvorak Piano Quintet No. 2, in A major, Op.81. 

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Music from an Imaginary Landscape at the Walters Art Museum

Peabody Preparatory Faculty Concert

Come and enjoy the beautiful autumn afternoon with the music performed by the Peabody Preparatory faculty members on November 3rd, 2013 at 3pm at the beautiful Leith Symington Griswold Hall of Peabody. Rachel was supposed to perform Andre Jolivet's Suite en Concert with 4 percussions, but the program recently has changed to Toru Takemitsu's Toward the Sea (1981) with her fellow, Jeff Stern, the percussion faculty member. She will be playing on the "ALTO FLUTE." You will be listening to the harmonious collaboration of the alto flute and the marimba on the music of Toward the Sea of which the titles of the movements come from Melville's novel, Moby Dick, as The Night, Moby Dick, and Cape Cod. Free admission.

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Spring Recital of Peabody Preparatory Flute Studio

I started teaching flute at the Preparatory Division at Peabody Institute of Music of Johns Hopkins University in 2005. At the end of every semester, we give a recital with wide range of repertoires. This semester, 8 students who are top players of the ensemble they are involved in at their schools, will be performing at Cohen Davidson Theatre of Peabody on Friday May 17, 2013 at 7pm with the program of

  1. Mozart: Rondo in D major
  2. Bach: Partita BWV 1013 for flute solo
  3. Devienne: Concerto No. 2 
  4. Griffes: "Poem"
  5. Duvernoy: Concertino Op. 45
  6. Stamitz: Concerto in G major
  7. Chaminade: Concertino in D major
  8. Bizet-Borne: Carmen Fantasie