Beaux Arts Trio
Such a sensitive player...
I would buy a ticket
for her concert.
Cho's playing was so musical, sensitive, and full of color. Her deep understanding of each piece emotionally and structurally was very satisfying to both my heart and my mind.
THE AMERICAN PRIZE
Her Schumann is outstanding. Truly inspirational performances.
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PIANO MUSIC SERIES
Cho has established a concert series of piano works by Robert Schumann in seven different states. Her performances of Schumann were broadcast on WFMT 98.7FM, KOPN Columbia 89.5FM, KUCO Edmond-Oklahoma City, Parma Recordings Live Stage, International Music Foundation YouTube channel and Sheldon Concert Hall YouTube channel among others. Her enthusiasm for Robert Schumann has led her to write an article “What makes Robert Schumann Schumann: Schumann’s creation of fantasy borrowed from literature, especially E. T. A. Hoffman’s novel "The Life and Opinions of Tomcat Murr.”
As a passionate chamber musician, Cho has frequently been invited to share the stage with internationally renowned musicians, including David Halen (Concertmaster of the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra), Jonathan Ruck (Professor of Cello at the University of Oklahoma), and Arianna String Quartet (Quartet-in-Residence at the University of Missouri-St. Louis) among others.
Cho is a founding member of the American Prize winner Koinonia Piano Trio, a performing and teaching ensemble that has performed in New York, Florida, Illinois, Michigan, Missouri, Minnesota, Alaska and 5 cities in Europe as a part of a tour in Austria, Germany and Italy.
Conversations with Hyejin Cho
Cho was interviewed by the VoyageSTL magazine, discussing her music education, the valuable lessons learned from her mentors, and her experiences as both a soloist and chamber musician.
MISSOURI ARTS COUNCIL'S FEATURED ARTIST
Cho is selected as one of the Missouri Arts Council's featured artists.