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Event news: Jasmine Choi at the Wigmore

Notice of an upcoming recital at the Wigmore, including a rare opportunity to hear a work by Korean composer Yun Isang, and an exclusive deal for lucky LKL readers.

n2247964_47791939_5885140Jasmine Choi – flute
Ashley Wass – piano

Debussy – Syrinx
Reinecke – Sonata for flute and piano Op. 167 ‘Undine’
Yun – Garak
Bartók – Suite Paysanne Hongroise
Jolivet – Chant de Linos

Monday 30 March 2009 – 7:30 PM

£10 £12 £16 £18
Wigmore Hall Box Office: +44 (0)20 7935 2141

Legends in Music

Hailed by The Philadelphia Inquirer as ‘a major talent with a robust tone’ and ‘the rising star we have to watch (Gramophone Korea), Jasmine Choi has appeared with many of the world’s top international orchestras including the St. Petersburg Philharmonic, Salzburg Mozarteum and the Seoul Symphony, as well as giving numerous recitals throughout the United States, Europe and Korea.

Described by Gramophone magazine as possessing ‘the enviable gift to turn almost anything he plays into pure gold’, Ashley Wass is a former BBC New Generation Artist and the only British pianist to have won First Prize at the London International Piano Competition.

Lisa Peacock (Concert Management) Ltd

A limited number of complimentary tickets are available for LKL readers. Simply ring the Wigmore Hall box office on 020 7935 2141 and mention “London Korean Links” for your free ticket. First come, first served. This offer is not available through agencies or via internet booking. You need to ring the box office direct.


(automatically generated) Read LKL’s review of this event here.

2 thoughts on “Event news: Jasmine Choi at the Wigmore

  1. I was fortunate enough to attend her session last night. What a superb performance. I was really glad to be the part of her debut at Wigmore. I would definitely follow her next move from now on. I hope she enjoyed the experience as well.

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