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"Such a sensitive player...I would buy a ticket for her concert."

Menahem Pressler

Beaux Arts Trio, Indiana University

"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. She gave herself so deeply to the music that I was completely engaged by her performance and very moved by it. Her technique went beyond the typical pianistic virtuosity, displaying incredible tonal control, right down to the softest sounds. We were in a different world by the time she finished, with the audience hushed throughout and lingering in their seats at the end, even though they had deadlines to meet. I would very much enjoy hearing her again."

Karin Edwards, Wheaton College

“I loved the maturity of her Haydn! So well played – sensitive, elegant, and with perfect style, with a deep understanding of the harmonic progressions and formal structure. Bravo! How different was the Liebermann! – exciting, electrifying, and just amazing in so many ways! Her Schumann is outstanding. Truly inspirational performances.”

Slawomir Dobrzanski, The American Prize


"Hyejin Cho played a meticulously controlled Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 4, sitting at the piano with a ramrod straight back and looking like a beautiful green icicle. This same icicle melted before our eyes into the Schumann Op 54 concerto and showed us that she is capable of great passion as well."

Hastings Online Times, UK


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