The next Sundays at Lowman concert will be held January 27. Performing will be Eunjuung Choi on piano.
Choi, a native of Seoul, South Korea, currently serves as Associate Professor of Piano and Coordinator of Keyboard Studies at Claflin University in Orangeburg. Her presentations have included topics such as multicultural music performance and teaching strategies, and curriculum development to integrate music and English language learning. Choi has presented numerous workshops, lectures, and performances to international, national, and regional music audiences in the United States and South Korea, including the Music Research and Teacher Education National Conference, Korean Association of Piano Pedagogy Annual Symposiums, Boston University African-American Music in World Culture Conference, South Carolina Music Educators Association Annual Professional Development Conference, and the College Music Society International, National, and Regional Conferences. Choi holds a Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Piano Pedagogy from the University of South Carolina, a master’s degree in Piano and Organ Performance from Ball State University, and a bachelor’s degree in Piano Performance from Dongduk Women’s University, Seoul, South Korea. Her principal teachers include Charles Fugo, Scott Price, Robert Palmer, Kirby Koriath, and Myung Hye Bang. In addition, she completed a Management Development Program at the Harvard University Graduate School of Education.
All Sunday at Lowman Concerts are held at 3 pm on Sunday afternoons in the New Life Chapel located in the Wellness Center on the Heritage at Lowman campus and will be followed by a reception in the adjacent Hoefler Gallery. The concerts are free and open to the public.
For more information visit www.theheritageatlowman.org.