Elizabeth Choi is a versatile violinist who enjoys playing in every ensemble imaginable.As a chamber musician, Elizabeth won 1st and 3rd prizes at the Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition.
She has conducted many chamber master classes both nationally and internationally, was invited to participate in the Olympic Music Festival, Dame Myra Hess concert series, Mostly Music chamber series, and the Pianoforte salon series. Elizabeth has performed with great artists including Maxim Vengerov, Rachel Barton, Jean-Michel Fonteneau, Gil Kalish, Ellen Jewett, Seth Knopp, Paul Hersh, and all members of CUBE.
Her orchestral experiences include holding positions as associate concertmistress in the South Bend Symphony Orchestra and concertmistress of the Classical Symphony Orchestra. She has also played with the Civic Orchestra of Chicago, East-West Divan Workshop conducted by Daniel Barenboim, Marin Symphony, Golden Gate Opera, and has been a guest concertmaster for the Skokie Valley Symphony Orchestra, Kankakee Valley Symphony Orchestra, and New Millennium Orchestra.
As a native from Chicago, Elizabeth received her undergraduate studies at Depaul University as a violin performance major in the studio of Mark Zinger and her graduate studies as a chamber music major in the studio of Ian Swensen. She has performed in every major venue in her hometown including Symphony Center’s Orchestra Hall, Lyric Opera House, Ravinia, Pritzker Pavilion, Harris Theater, and live on WFMT.
Currently, Elizabeth is a member of the Advent Chamber Orchestra, New Millenium Orchestra, International Chamber Artists, Accessible Contemporary Music, and is co-founder of the Navitas Ensemble. She is a faculty member at the 1st Conservatory of La Grange and the Chicago Center School of Music.