School of Music

Bonnie Choi

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Bonnie Choi

Bonnie Choi

Assistant Professor in Professional Practice in Music
Arts Center 87


Bonnie Choi is one of America's most distinguished and versatile harpsichordists, who "displays dazzling technique and draws new colours from her instrument" (South China Morning Post), and who is known for her "wonderfully expressive playing" (Audio Technique). Her numerous honors include prizes received at the International Harpsichord Competition in Brugge, Belgium; the National Association of Young Performers Competition and a Finalist at the Pro Musicis Award Competition. She has concertized widely in North America and Asia. Her performances have been heard on public radio in the United States and Hong Kong, and she has recorded for VM Music.

Dr. Choi has given lectures and master classes at the National Harpsichord Competition in Kansas, the Hanoi Conservatory of Music in Vietnam, the Shanghai Conservatory of Music in China, and the Academy of Performing Arts in Hong Kong. She was recently a visiting faculty member at Shandong Normal University in China.

Dr. Choi teaches harpsichord and piano at Nazareth College in Rochester. She is the founder and harpsichordist of Air de Cour. She is also the keyboardist for Symphoria, which is based in Syracuse. Many of her piano students have won both state and local piano competitions.


Departmental Responsibilities

  • Applied and Class Piano
  • Applied Harpsichord


  • University of Michigan, M.M.,  D.M.A.
  • Chinese University of Hong Kong, B.A.

Upcoming Performances

September 29, 7:30 pm 
Zion Lutheran Church
New Hartford, NY

October 1, 2017, 7 pm
Holy Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church
Skaneateles, NY

October 22, 3 pm
The Brandenburg Project
Nazareth College
Rochester, NY

November 5, 2 pm
Brandenburg Concertos
Crouse Auditorium
Syracuse, NY

November 11, 8 pm
Calvary St. Andrews Church
Rochester, NY

January 26
Hong Kong Baptist University
Hong Kong

January 29
Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts
Hong Kong