"The goddess of flute" (Korea Times)
"America's Emerging Artist." (Symphony Magazine, USA)
Praised by the Korea Times as "The goddess of flute", Jasmine Choi is one of the most celebrated flutists of our generation. She has been critically acclaimed on international stages for her rich tone, technical brilliance, superb musicianship, and charismatic stage presence since an early age. After having served as principal flute of the Vienna Symphony and associate principal flute of the Cincinnati Symphony, Choi has now taken off with a career of a full-time soloist.
This world-class flutist's concerto debut in Vienna was a huge success."
The goddess of flute!"
Many of us remember Rampal's iconic recording of the Bolling Suite. Granted Rampal's recording is a challenging act to follow, but Choi quite successfully brings a fresh and definitive look to the score. The playing is expressive and nuanced. This CD should be on the 'must have' list for serious flutist."
Welcome, virtuoso flutist!... Jasmine Choi played the Liebermann Flute Sonata with intense passion that completely stirred up the audience at the Konzerthaus in Vienna... Her interpretation was superb."
The rising star we have to watch out for... Jasmine Choi earned passionate applause from [her performance of] the flute concerto by Andre Jolivet... She unites perfect technique and astounding musicianship."
The allure of the flute that touched the world...The star of the flute is born."
Tone: fluent and refined, musicianship: impeccable."
Jasmine Choi / Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra
Jasmine Choi was celebrated by the audience in the seventh Austrian Flute Festival in Vienna. Her wonderful sound and her cultivated, even-tempered interpretation left no dreams unfulfilled."
An excellent flutist!"
At the world's prestigious Prague Mozart Festival, a young Korean flutist Jasmine Choi showed an exceptional performance, with her exquisite tone and brilliant technique."
Choi's transcription gives the flute the opportunity to indulge in the surging passions and grand gestures the Romantics added to our musical dialogue."
Korean flutist Jasmine Choi is a revisionist, and one so serious as to put her young career on the line for the sake of broadening the flute repertoire and raising the instrument's profile."