SongHa Choi
Korea, °2000
A graduate of the Yehudi Menuhin School, SongHa Choi is currently studying under Kolja Blacher at the Hanns Eisler School of Music Berlin. She won the Second Prize and Audience Prize at the Concours musical international de Montréal in 2023. She has performed as a soloist with such orchestras as the Lithuanian National Symphony, the Westminster Philharmonic, the Barnet Symphony, the Yongin Philharmonic and the Sinfonia of Cambridge. SongHa Choi has given recitals in such prestigious venues as the Berlin Philharmonie Kammermusiksaal, the Wigmore Hall, the Royal Festival Hall in London, the Gstaad Chapel and the National Philharmonic Hall in Vilnius. Her chamber music performances have also taken her to the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, the Elbphilharmonie, the Église de Verbier-Station and the Alte Oper in Frankfurt.


2019 - : Professor. Kolja Blacher
2012 - 2019 : Professor. Lutsia Ibragimova


2019 - 2023 : Bachelor of Music, Hochschule für Musik Berlin
2012 - 2019 : High School, The Yehudi Menuhin School


2023 : Seoul Arts Centre Concert Hall
2023 : Lotte Concert Hall, Seoul
2023 : Elbphilharmonie Hamburg
2023 : Berliner Philharmonie


2023 : 2nd Prize, Audience Choice Award, Sonata Prize, Commission Work Prize, Concours musical international de Montréal
2021 : 2nd Prize, Windsor Festival International String Competition
2020 : 2nd Prize, Bach Prize, Sonata Prize, Rudolfo Lipizer International Violin Competition
2018 : Grand 1st Prize (Strings), Berlin International Competition
2016 : Senior 2nd Prize, Audience Prize, Yehudi Menuhin International Violin Competition
2015 : 1st Prize, Dinu Lipatti Jeunesses Musicales International Violin Competition
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