Dalaie Choi

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Dalaie Choi

Organ Series
Stops on the Longwood Organ

Date & Time

Sunday, January 28, 2024 at 3:00 pm



Free with Gardens Admission

Timed Admission Tickets required

Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis

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Choi has presented concerts at several main venues, including Santa Maria del Coro (San Sebastian) in Spain, Michealiskirche (Leipzig), the American Church (Berlin), the Stadtkirche (Erfut) in Germany, and Omsk Organ Hall (Omsk) in Russia. She was invited as a fellow organist to the Oregon Bach festival in 2015 and 2016, performed a recital as a showcase concert’s performer at the Bach Festival in Eugene, Oregon, and has appeared on Fran Riley Features on KWQC. 

Choi particularly enjoys collaborative work. She performed several concerts with First Presbyterian Church Choir of Davenport, Iowa, in Germany in 2018 and was a staff pianist at Delaware State University. Choi received a Bachelor of Music in choral conducting, a Master of Music in music history at Yonsei University, and a Master of Art, Doctorate of Musical Arts in Organ Performance and Pedagogy at the University of Iowa under Dr. Gregory Hand. During her time at Iowa, she received the Church Music Certificate for additional theological studies. She attained her Graduate Performance Diploma in organ performance at the Peabody Institute of The Johns Hopkins University under Dr. Jeremy Filsell and Prof. Donald Sutherland. At Peabody, she was selected to receive the Bruce R. Eicher Prize in Organ, 2018, and the James Winship Lewis Memorial Prize in Organ, 2017.