Jiwoon Choi, flutist, is an active and versatile musician from southeast Michigan. She has played in masterclasses for notable flutists such as Bonita Boyd, Lorna McGhee, Julien Beaudiment, Jasmine Choi, Ervin Monroe, and others. During her studies at Michigan State University (MSU), she was a consistent member of the university’s premiere ensembles, the Wind Symphony and Symphony Orchestra. Jiwoon also performed with the Jackson Symphony Orchestra and in various chamber ensembles, where she emphasizes outreach and engagement. She participated in a semester long chamber music residency called “Musical Memories” which focused on creating an engaging musical concert program influenced by memory care residents at a local nursing home. As an avid supporter of new music, she has been a part of both world and U.S. premieres through Fresh Inc. Festival and was involved with Musique 21 (a flexible instrumentation chamber ensemble at MSU that emphasizes performing works of the 21st century). Jiwoon received her Bachelor’s and Masters of Music in Flute Performance from Michigan State University and will continue her doctorate studies at the Ohio State University. Her primary instructors include Richard Sherman and Katherine Borst Jones.
Three Miniatures — Megan Anderson
for flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn, piano, conductor
Masses Oppress — Max Eidinoff
for 4 flutes, harp, conductor