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04.30.18
Jennifer Koh
Jennifer Koh and the 'Shared Madness' of coming between a violinist and her violin
Los Angeles Times
04.14.18
Jennifer Koh
Jennifer Koh enchanted again as a soloist of the Tampere Philharmonic Orchestra
Aamulehti
04.07.18
Jennifer Koh
Columbus Symphony Orchestra’s works by 3 composers wows audience
The Columbus Dispatch
03.14.18
Jennifer Koh
Listen In on a Violinist’s Rehearsal Room
New York Times
01.14.18
Jennifer Koh & Shai Wosner , Shai Wosner, Jennifer Koh
Review: Jennifer Koh and Shai Wosner
Albany Times Union
11.10.17
Karina Canellakis, Jennifer Koh
KARINA CANELLAKIS AND THE MSO DO TCHAIKOVSKY PROUD
Milwaukee Magazine
11.10.17
Karina Canellakis, Jennifer Koh
Canellakis leads Milwaukee Symphony in a bold, exciting concert
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
10.31.17
Jennifer Koh
Jennifer Koh Is Sublime in Marin Season Opener
San Francisco Classical Voice
10.26.17
Jennifer Koh
Eclectic Philharmonic program brings energy
The Oklahoman
07.14.17
Jennifer Koh
Community and Empathy at the 2017 Ojai Music Festival
Second Inversion
07.13.17
Jennifer Koh
At Tanglewood, a concerto for our times
The Berkshire Eagle
07.09.17
Jennifer Koh
Ojai Music Festival opens with triumphant debuts — and a big scare
San Diego Tribune
07.05.17
Jennifer Koh
Kent Blossom Music Festival: Kulas Guest Artist Jennifer Koh (June 28
Cleveland Classical
06.16.17
Jennifer Koh
JENNIFER KOH PREMIERES VIJAY IYER'S 'TROUBLE' AT THE OJAI MUSIC FESTIVAL
06.06.17
Jennifer Koh
Violinist Jennifer Koh's SHARED MADNESS Web Series Launches
BroadwayWorld
05.15.17
Jennifer Koh
NJSO concert review: Passion and precision combine in season-best performance
The Star-Ledger
05.10.17
Jennifer Koh
Jennifer Koh to Appear in Episode 10 of First Episodic Made-for-TV & Online Opera “VIREO: The Spiritual Biography of a Witch’s Accuser”
03.30.17
Jennifer Koh & Shai Wosner , Shai Wosner, Jennifer Koh
From classical to modern with the Philadelphia Chamber Music Society
The Art Blog
09.01.16
Jennifer Koh
Review: Jennifer Koh at National Sawdust
The Strad
08.31.16
Jennifer Koh
Jennifer Koh Plays Tchaikovsky’s Complete Violin and Orchestra Works on New Cedille Album
08.05.16
Stefan Jackiw, Jennifer Koh
Review: Big week for violins, Saariaho at the music festival
The Aspen Times
06.06.16
Jennifer Koh
Jennifer Koh Eloquently Tames 32 Musical Beasts
05.24.16
Jennifer Koh
Violinist Jennifer Koh Commissions 32 Works for Solo Violin for ‘Shared Madness’
Strings
02.06.16
Jennifer Koh
Milwaukee Symphony, Jennifer Koh combine for a show of grace and power
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
12.18.15
Wynton Marsalis, Marin Alsop, Sir Andrew Davis, Christopher Rountree, Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company , Alexandre Tharaud, Daniil Trifonov, Jennifer Koh, Gil Shaham, Philadelphia Orchestra , Storm Large, VOCES8 , Christine Goerke, Nicholas Phan, New York Polyphony
End of Year 2015 'Best of' Roundup
12.01.15
Jennifer Koh
Violinist Jennifer Koh’s Innovative Projects Connect Masterworks of the Past with the Present
Strings
11.23.15
Jennifer Koh
Review: For Minnesota Orchestra, a night like at the opera
St. Paul Pioneer Press
10.15.15
Jennifer Koh
Musical America Announces 2016 Artists of the Year
Musical America
05.24.15
Jennifer Koh
Koh shines in luminous works by Ravel, Debussy and Saariaho
The Washington Post
05.18.15
Jennifer Koh, Jennifer Koh's Bach & Beyond
Jennifer Koh's recording project explores the impact of Bach on later composers
Examiner.com
05.16.15
Sebastian Lang-Lessing, Jennifer Koh
Luxurious goulash; San Antonio Symphony, Sebastian Lang-Lessing, Jennifer Koh
Incident Light
05.05.15
Jennifer Koh
Jennifer Koh Releases Bach & Beyond Part 2
Strings Magazine
04.02.15
Jennifer Koh
Jennifer Koh Building Bridges with Beethoven
Music Santa Barbara
03.16.15
Jennifer Koh
Jennifer Koh highlights Bach’s influence
San Francisco Chronicle
12.18.14
Osvaldo Golijov, Sir Andrew Davis, David Robertson, Donald Runnicles, Bramwell Tovey, Julian Wachner, Yefim Bronfman, Jeremy Denk, Stefan Jackiw, Jennifer Koh, Gil Shaham, Yo-Yo Ma, Alisa Weilerstein, Béla Fleck, Brooklyn Rider , VOCES8 , New York Polyphony
End of Year 2014 'Best Of' Roundup
11.07.14
Jennifer Koh
Sublime Salonen from the Seattle Symphony and Jennifer Koh
BachTrack
11.06.14
Jennifer Koh
Orpheus Chamber Orchestra and violinist Jennifer Koh thrill audience at Bing
The Stanford Daily
11.04.14
Jennifer Koh
Ear Supply: Esa-Pekka Salonen’s Hello Goodbye
Seattle Weekly
09.01.14
Jennifer Koh
CD Review: Two x Four
Strings Magazine
08.02.14
Jennifer Koh
CD Review: Two x Four, with Jennifer Koh and Jaime Laredo
Cleveland Classical
06.28.14
Jennifer Koh
Showcase for 2 violins
News Observer
06.17.14
Jennifer Koh
Jennifer Koh launches Off Stage On Record
Schuman Associates Inc
06.01.14
Jennifer Koh
Jennifer Koh’s video diary: How things really are for a concert violinist
Colorado Public Radio
06.01.14
Jennifer Koh
See Koh Go
Strings
05.30.14
Jennifer Koh
Review: Two x Four
Concerto Net
05.26.14
Jennifer Koh
Review: Two x Four
Audiophile Audition
05.03.14
Jennifer Koh
Interview with Jennifer Koh: Bringing Music into the Present
Violinist.com
04.17.14
Jennifer Koh
Jennifer Koh Goes Bach and Beyond
Santa Barbara Independent
04.14.14
Jennifer Koh & Shai Wosner , Shai Wosner, Jennifer Koh
Review: Signs, Games & Messages
Music Web International
04.05.14
Jennifer Koh
Violin virtuosos Koh and Laredo join ASO for installment of 'Two x Four' project Friday at Alys Stephens Center; repeats tonight
Alabama.com
04.01.14
Jennifer Koh
Jennifer Koh Highlights the Rule of 99 Percent
Crescendo, from Interlochen Center for the Arts
03.24.14
Jennifer Koh
Review: L.A. Chamber Orchestra in the 'Clouds' with Jennifer Koh
Los Angeles Times
02.26.14
Jennifer Koh
Bach, Revisited: Bach and Saariaho at Miller Theatre
I Care If You Listen
02.07.14
Jennifer Koh
A Saariaho premiere launches “Bach Revisited” at the Miller Theatre
New York Classical Review
02.07.14
Jennifer Koh
Missed That Note? Wait a Few Minutes, and It’ll Return
The New York Times
02.01.14
Jennifer Koh & Shai Wosner , Shai Wosner, Jennifer Koh
Review: 'Signs, Games & Messages'
Gramophone (pdf)
02.01.14
Jennifer Koh & Shai Wosner , Shai Wosner, Jennifer Koh
Strings Attached
The Whole Note
12.18.13
Jennifer Koh & Shai Wosner , Shai Wosner, Jennifer Koh
Signs, Games + Messages = Works of JANACEK & BARTOK – Jennifer Koh, violin/ Shai Wosner, p. – Cedille
Audiophile Audition
05.24.13
Jennifer Koh
At Atlas, Jennifer Koh offers an unforgettable whirlwind of sound
Washington Post
05.23.13
Jennifer Koh
Interview: Classical Violinist Jennifer Koh Finds Her Own Path to Music with Meaning
Asia Society
05.19.13
Jennifer Koh
Music review: Oregon Symphony seasons ends with a mesmerizing violin performance
The Oregonian
04.25.13
Jennifer Koh
Review: Jennifer Koh shows her own genius with Bach program
The Los Angeles Times
03.15.13
Jennifer Koh
Music review: Curtis Chamber Orchestra
Washington Post
03.04.13
Jennifer Koh
Scaling Everest and Conquering More Peaks
The New York Times
02.25.13
Jennifer Koh
Jennifer Koh's romance with Bach ... and Beyond
Washington Examiner
01.24.13
Jennifer Koh
Café Concert: Jennifer Koh
WQXR
01.18.13
Jennifer Koh
A Fast Start, but No Race to the Future
The New York Times
12.20.12
Inon Barnatan, Jennifer Koh, Minnesota Orchestra , Nicholas Phan
A Hit Parade of Small Labels and Upstarts The Best Classical Music Recordings of 2012
The New York Times
11.30.12
Jennifer Koh
Jennifer Koh, violin @ EMPAC, 11/30/12
Albany Times Union
11.16.12
Jennifer Koh
CD Review: Jennifer Koh's Bach and Beyond Part 1
Newark Star Ledger
11.15.12
Jennifer Koh
‘Bach and Beyond’: Jennifer Koh’s unsentimental guide to the composer’s legacy
Washington Post
09.16.12
Jennifer Koh
Time Travel With Einstein: Glass’s Opera Returns to the Stage
The New York Times
07.27.12
Jennifer Koh
Violinist Jennifer Koh's outstanding J.S. Bach
Washington Times
07.17.12
Jennifer Koh, Jennifer Koh's Bach & Beyond
Violinist imbues Bach with universe of harmony
Boston Globe
10.25.11
Jennifer Koh
Scaling Bach’s Mountains With Stamina and Skill
The New York Times
10.21.11
Jennifer Koh
When Bach Laid Bare His Own Soul
The New York Times
09.23.11
Jennifer Koh
Bach and Beyond
bachtrack
08.25.11
Jennifer Koh & Shai Wosner , Shai Wosner, Jennifer Koh
Interpreting the Contrasts of Mozart
The New York Times
08.04.11
Jennifer Koh
Violinist Koh strikes sparks with Kalmar, Grant Park Orchestra
Chicago Classical Review
05.23.11
Jennifer Koh
Jennifer Koh at the Music Academy of the West’s Hahn Hall
Santa Barbara Independent
05.19.11
Jennifer Koh
CONCERT REVIEW: Alone but never alone : Respected, adventuresome violinist Jennifer Koh gave a powerful example of her ideas about the rare solo violin format Tuesday
Santa Barbara News-Press
05.15.11
Jennifer Koh
Thank You. Seriously. Thank You.
San Francisco Classical Voice
01.31.11
Jennifer Koh
A Violinist Layers Bach With Relative Newcomers
The New York Times
12.01.10
Jennifer Koh
Review of Higdon: Singing Rooms CD
BBC Music Magazine
09.23.10
Jennifer Koh
Jennifer Koh to open Berkeley Symphony season
San Francisco Chronicle
09.20.10
Jennifer Koh
Jennifer Koh: Connecting Composers Across Centuries
San Francisco Classical Voice
08.19.10
Jennifer Koh
Rhapsodic Musings: 21st-Century Works for Solo Violin
New York Times
05.19.10
Jennifer Koh & Shai Wosner , Shai Wosner, Jennifer Koh
Violinist and pianist form team to produce some beautiful music
Buffalo News
03.31.10
Jennifer Koh
Rhapsodic Musings: Works for solo violin by Salonen, Carter, Thomas & Zorn
BBC Music Magazine
03.11.10
Jennifer Koh
Music review: Stage brims with Koh's vitality
San Francisco Chronicle
02.06.10
Jennifer Koh
Koh shines in Adams’ Violin Concerto with New World Symphony
South Florida Classical Review
02.05.10
Jennifer Koh
More violin on its own
Indianapolis Star
01.09.10
Jennifer Koh
Violinist highlights Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra concert
Fort Worth Star-Telegram
01.08.10
Jennifer Koh
Fort Worth Symphony brings springing rhythms to life
Dallas Morning News
01.01.10
Jennifer Koh
RHAPSODIC MUSINGS • Jennifer Koh
Fanfare Magazine
10.30.09
Jennifer Koh
Violinist Jennifer Koh follows daring solo paths at Oberlin College
Cleveland Plain Dealer
10.12.09
Jennifer Koh
San Antonio Symphony: A feminine concert with lots of punch
The Music Beat
10.10.09
Jennifer Koh
A violinist true to the many ways of Prokofiev
Incident Light
09.29.09
Jennifer Koh
A Lunch Break With a Bach Partita as the Main Course
The New York Times
09.24.09
Jennifer Koh, Jennifer Koh's Bach & Beyond
CEDILLE RECORDS RELEASES RECORDING OF 21ST CENTURY WORKS FOR SOLO VIOLIN BY JENNIFER KOH FEATURING WORKS BY CARTER, THOMAS, SALONEN, AND ZORN
Hemsing Associates Inc.
09.11.09
Jennifer Koh
Prom 72: BBCSO/Belohlavek at the Albert Hall, London SW7
Times Online (UK)
09.10.09
Jennifer Koh
Proms 2009: It was a balmy night in Athens
London Evening Standard
09.10.09
Jennifer Koh
BBC Proms 2009: Prom 72, BBC Symphony Orchestra
Telegraph (UK)
09.10.09
Jennifer Koh
BBCSO/Belohlavek
The Guardian (UK)
02.22.09
Jennifer Koh
Philharmonic Orchestra earns standing ovations
Evansville Courier & Press
02.19.09
Jennifer Koh
SB Symphony Plays Mozart, Mendelssohn: Violinist Jennifer Koh Joins SB Symphony for Valentine’s Day Concert
Santa Barbara Independent
12.18.08
Jennifer Koh
Touch of New-Music Vigor for Slate of Romantic Works
The New York Times
11.23.08
Jennifer Koh
Jennifer Koh thrills with Oregon Symphony
Oregon Symphony
11.05.08
Jennifer Koh
Jennifer Koh brings the past to the future
Asian Pacific Post
10.07.08
Jennifer Koh
Symphony in C returns; It opened the season with Stravinsky, Menotti and Mozart
Philadelphia Inquirer
06.08.08
Jennifer Koh
A Range of Sounds, From Brash to Beautiful
The New York Times
06.01.08
Jennifer Koh
CD Reviews: Jennifer Koh - New Music
San Francisco Chronicle
06.01.08
Jennifer Koh
String Poetic
The Philadelphia Inquirer
05.27.08
Jennifer Koh
Violin meets Piano
The Star
05.01.08
Jennifer Koh
Jennifer Koh's New CD Release "String Poetic"
Cleveland Plain Dealer & Chicago Magazine
03.19.08
Jennifer Koh
Voices from the past, and Weill's eye on the future
The Boston Globe
03.08.08
Jennifer Koh
Soloist brings enthusiasm to Brahms concerto
The Record
01.01.01
Sir Andrew Davis, Giancarlo Guerrero, David Robertson, Daniil Trifonov, Jennifer Koh, Mason Bates, Julianna Di Giacomo, Tamara Mumford, New York Polyphony
2015 GRAMMY NOMINEES
Grammy.com
01.01.01
Donald Runnicles, Patrick Summers, Gene Scheer, Jeremy Denk, Garrick Ohlsson, Jennifer Koh, Yo-Yo Ma, Brooklyn Rider , Minnesota Orchestra , Francesca Zambello, Chanticleer
Opus 3 Artists's Best of 2010
01.01.01
James Conlon, Jonathan Biss, Jennifer Koh, Yo-Yo Ma, Silkroad Ensemble , Atlanta Symphony Orchestra , Patti LuPone
OPUS 3 ARTISTS 2009 GRAMMY AWARD NOMINEES

Recognized for intense, commanding performances, delivered with dazzling virtuosity and technical assurance, violinist Jennifer Koh is a forward-thinking artist dedicated to exploring a broad and eclectic repertoire, while promoting diversity and inclusivity in classical music. She has expanded the contemporary violin repertoire through a wide range of commissioning projects, and has premiered more than 70 works written especially for her. Her quest for the new and unusual, sense of endless curiosity, and ability to lead and inspire a host of multidisciplinary collaborators, truly set her apart. 

During the 2018-19 season, Ms. Koh continues critically acclaimed series from past seasons, including The New American Concerto, Limitless, Bach and Beyond, Shared Madness, and Bridge to Beethoven. The New American Concerto is an ongoing, multi-season commissioning project that explores the form of the violin concerto and its potential for artistic engagement with contemporary societal concerns and issues through commissions from a diverse collective of composers. This season, as part of the project, Ms. Koh performs Vijay Iyer's violin concerto Trouble with the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra and Vermont Symphony Orchestra. The New American Concerto launched with Ms. Koh's world premiere performance of Trouble at the 2017 Ojai Music Festival and has since continued with a new concerto by Chris Cerrone titled Breaks and Breaks, which she premiered with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra in May 2018.  Ms. Koh performs music from Limitless, a commissioning project that engages leading composer-performers to write duo compositions that explore the artistic relationship between composer and performer. She and Vijay Iyer perform his piece Diamond for violin and piano at Cornell University, while Ms. Koh also solos in Anna Clyne's concerto Rest These Hands-a work composed for Ms. Koh-with the Cornell Chamber Orchestra. Later in the season, Ms. Koh performs duos with Mr. Iyer and composer-percussionist Tyshawn Sorey in a Limitless program that also features solo works and an improvised trio performed by the artists, presented by Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra. Limitless launched in March 2018 over two nights at National Sawdust.

Ms. Koh also performs Bach and Beyond, a recital series that traces the history of the solo violin repertoire from Bach's Six Sonatas and Partitas to 20th- and 21st-century composers, at the Music Institute of Chicago; and Shared Madness, comprising short works for solo violin that explore virtuosity in the 21st century, written for the project by more than 30 of today's most celebrated composers, as part of the Music on Main Festival in Vancouver. In addition to experiencing Shared Madness in the concert hall, listeners are also able to hear recordings of the premiere performances and interviews between Ms. Koh and the composers via the Shared Madness radio show, which originally aired on WQXR's New Sounds (formerly Q2) during the summer of 2017 and remains available on demand. Ms. Koh and her frequent recital partner Shai Wosner continue Bridge to Beethoven, which pairs Beethoven's violin sonatas with new and recent works inspired by them to explore the composer's impact and significance on a diverse group of musicians, with performances in Baltimore and Aspen, among others. She performs with the Variation String Trio-of which she is a founding member-in Naples and Palm Beach, Florida, as well as at the University of California at Berkeley as a quintet with pianist Nicolas Hodges and cellist Anssi Karttunen. 

Other projects on the horizon include The 38th Parallel: A Contemporary Pansori, which explores the impact of displacement and immigration, and individual and familial transformation through music, visual art, and movement. Conceived by Ms. Koh and composer Jean-Baptiste Barrière, The 38th Parallel connects the transformation of three generations of human lives and encapsulates the experience of cultural uprooting and assimilation. 

Ms. Koh is active not only in the concert hall, but also as a lecturer, teacher, and recording artist. She is in residence in October at Cornell and Tulane Universities, during which she will perform, give master classes, and speak on topics from diversity to contemporary composition. Also this season, Cedille Records releases Ms. Koh's recording of works by Kaija Saariaho, whose music she has long championed and with whom she has closely collaborated. Scheduled for release in November 2018, the album is Ms. Koh's twelfth release on the Chicago-based label and includes the chamber version of the violin concerto Graal Théâtre with the Curtis Chamber Orchestra; Cloud Trio with violist Hsin-Yun Huang and cellist Wilhelmina Smith; Tocar with pianist Nicolas Hodges; Aure with cellist Anssi Karttunen, with whom she premiered the violin and cello version in 2015; and Light and Matter with both Mr. Hodges and Mr. Karttunen, with whom she performed the French premiere in 2017. The composer's music also appears on Ms. Koh's two Bach and Beyond albums-Nocturne on Part 1, Frises on Part 2. In 2016, Ms. Koh gave the world premiere of Sense for solo violin, which was commissioned for her Shared Madness project. 

This season, Ms. Koh performs a broad range of concertos that reflects the breadth of her musical interests, from traditional repertoire like Mozart's Violin Concerto No. 1 (Los Angeles Philharmonic); to twentieth-century classics like Bernstein's Serenade (The Philadelphia Orchestra) and Ligeti's Violin Concerto (Camerata Salzburg and Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra); to music of this millennium, such as Esa-Pekka Salonen's Violin Concerto (Phoenix and Gothenburg Symphony Orchestras). Bernstein's Serenade is performed on The Philadelphia Orchestra's program All Bernstein: Celebrating 100 Years, conducted by Yannick Nézet-Séguin.

Ms. Koh has been heard with leading orchestras around the world including the Los Angeles and New York Philharmonics; the Cleveland, Mariinsky Theatre, Minnesota, Philadelphia, and Philharmonia (London)  Orchestras; the Atlanta, Baltimore, BBC, Chicago, Cincinnati, Detroit, Houston, Milwaukee, Montreal, Nashville, National, New Jersey, New World, NHK (Tokyo), Pittsburgh, RAI National (Torino), St. Louis, Seattle, and Singapore Symphony Orchestras; and the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, among other ensembles. She has worked with such conductors as John Adams, Marin Alsop, James Conlon, Gustavo Dudamel, Christoph Eschenbach, Giancarlo Guerrero, Manfred Honeck, Louis Langree, Carlos Kalmar, Lorin Maazel, Sakari Oramo, Esa-Pekka Salonen, Juraj Valcuha, Osmo Vänskä, Alexander Vedernikov, and Edo de Waart. She played the role of Einstein in the revival of Philip Glass's Einstein on the Beach from 2012 to 2014, and a particular highlight of her career was performing for former First Lady of the United States Michelle Obama and former First Lady of South Korea Kim Yoon-ok in 2011. 

Ms. Koh brings the same sense of adventure and brilliant musicianship to her recordings as she does to her live performances. She has recorded twelve albums, including her fall 2018 Saariaho release, with Chicago-based Cedille Records. Her discography on Cedille Records also includes Tchaikovsky: Complete Works for Violin and Orchestra with the Odense Symphony Orchestra conducted by Alexander Vedernikov, Bach & Beyond parts 1 and 2; Two x Four in collaboration with her former teacher, violinist Jaime Laredo, and featuring double violin concerti by Bach, Philip Glass, and new commissions from Anna Clyne and David Ludwig; Signs, Games + Messages, a recording of violin and piano works by Janácek, Bartók, and Kurtág with Mr. Wosner; Rhapsodic Musings: 21st Century Works for Solo Violin; the Grammy-nominated String Poetic, featuring the world premiere of Jennifer Higdon's eponymous work, performed with pianist Reiko Uchida; Schumann's complete violin sonatas, also with Ms. Uchida; Portraits with the Grant Park Orchestra under conductor Carlos Kalmar with concerti by Szymanowski, Martinu, and Bartók; Violin Fantasies: fantasies for violin and piano by Schubert, Schumann, Schoenberg, and saxophonist Ornette Coleman, again with Ms. Uchida; and Ms. Koh's first Cedille album, from 2002, Solo Chaconnes, an earlier reading of Bach's Second Partita coupled with chaconnes by Richard Barth and Max Reger. Ms. Koh is also the featured soloist on a recording of Ms. Higdon's The Singing Rooms with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra led by Robert Spano for Telarc. 

Ms. Koh is the Artistic Director of arco collaborative, an artist-driven nonprofit that fosters a better understanding of our world through a musical dialogue inspired by ideas and the communities around us. The organization supports artistic collaborations and commissions, transforming the creative process by engaging with specific ideas and perspectives, investing in the future by cultivating artist-citizens in partnership with educational organizations. A committed educator, she has won high praise for her performances in classrooms around the country under her innovative "Music Messenger" outreach program. Ms. Koh is a member of the Board of Directors of the National Foundation for the Advancement for the Arts, a scholarship program for high school students in the arts.

Born in Chicago of Korean parents, Ms. Koh began playing the violin by chance, choosing the instrument in a Suzuki-method program only because spaces for cello and piano had been filled. She made her debut with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra at age 11. She has been honored as Musical America's 2016 Instrumentalist of the Year, top prize winner at Moscow's International Tchaikovsky Competition, winner of the Concert Artists Guild Competition, and a recipient of an Avery Fisher Career Grant. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in English literature from Oberlin College and studied at the Curtis Institute, where she worked extensively with Jaime Laredo and Felix Galimir. For further information, visit jenniferkoh.com.

Last updated June 2018. Contact Opus 3 Artists for the most up-to-date version.