Young Kwon Choi

Young Kwon Choi performs internationally as a soloist and collaborative artist. He studied at the Hochschule für Musik Graz Austria with Alexandr Satz, at the Royal Academy of Music London with Tatiana Sarkissova, the Sydney Conservatorium of Music with Dr Paul Rickard-Ford and the International Piano Academy in Lake Como. He has won many competitions and received numerous awards throughout his career including the Bösendorfer competition in Austria and the 2012 ABC Symphony Australia Young Performers Awards (keyboard), performing Prokofiev Piano Concerto No.2 with the Tasmanian Symphony orchestra and the West Australian Symphony Orchestra broadcast live on ABC Classic FM and televised on ABC 1, under the baton of Vladimir Verbitsky and Marc Taddei. He was also awarded the David Paul Landa Award presented by Arts NSW and Musica Viva Australia. As a soloist and chamber musician, he has performed in many prestigious venues including the Sydney Opera House, Southbank Centre, Wigmore Hall, St Martin-in-the-Fields, Théâtre des Champs-Elysées and the Fuchu Art Centre in Tokyo as well as giving recitals for the Steinway ‘Young Artist Series’ in London and Tokyo. He has performed numerous concerts at the Musikverein Graz with the Grazer Philharmonic, recitals at the Brahms Saal, Musikverein Vienna, live recitals for ORF 1 Austria and performed with the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande for live radio broadcast on Radio Suisse Romande. In previous seasons, he has performed solo recitals for Musica Viva Australia’s concert series at the Melbourne Recital Centre, Elizabeth Murdoch Hall, broadcast on ABC Classic FM and at the Independent Theatre in Sydney, broadcast on 2MBS Fine Music. As Artistic Director he has curated many concert series at the Kumho Art Hall, Sejong PAC and the Seoul Arts Centre in South Korea. Currently based between Seoul and Sydney, he performs regularly with major symphony orchestras and collaborates with leading ensembles and international artists with residencies at the Seoul Arts Centre.



Dance Troupes

Speech and Drama

Classical Vocals

Contemporary Vocals (Choirs, Pop and Musical Theatre)


String Instruments and Instrumental Ensembles

Wind Instruments