Stamford Symphony’s Director of Community Engagement and Education, enjoys a versatile career engaging audiences of all ages through the arts. Highlights of recent years include regular performances with such groups as the Ardelia Trio, Teaching Artists Ensemble of the NY Philharmonic, substitute Concertmaster of “The Cher Show” and Disney’s “Aladdin” on Broadway, on tour with Adele, Beyoncé, Bruce Springsteen, and Stevie Wonder, and her debut as a host of the New York Philharmonic’s Young People’s Concerts. In addition to specializing in creating and performing in interactive concerts, she is also musical director of Thomas / Ortiz Dance, and co-founder of Music + Art, a series that commissions original artwork inspired by chamber music. Dr. Choi holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in violin from The Juilliard School, and a doctoral degree from Rutgers University. On the teaching faculties of the New York Philharmonic and Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, she has presented educational workshops for the College Music Society National Conference, Concert Artists Guild, Tokyo College of Music and Lincoln Center. She enjoys hiking, playing soccer and ice hockey with her husband and two daughters.