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

Debut as a speaker of a concert

While in Korea, Choe was invited to talk as a narrator of a concert presented by Trio Namu at the Youngsan Art Hall. Upon a friendly request by Suh-Young Park, the flutist of the trio and a classmate of Piccinini studio at Peabody, Choe made her debut as a speaker to talk about the program during the concert.

Suh-Young and her two other friends who went to Seoul Arts High School together as classmates, formed the Trio Namu based upon their long friendship after they finally finished their years of prestigious music education in Europe and U.S., permanently moved back to Korea, and started their own professional careers as performing musicians. The concert was presented as a special series of Summer Vacation Music for Young Audience at Youngsan.