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Pianist Jane Cho has performed throughout the United States, Europe and Asia. She gave numerous solo recitals at Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center, Klavier Haus, Pforzhimer Hall, Steinway Hall, and 180 Maiden Lane Concert Series. After getting her Bachelor's Degree at The Juilliard School, she continued her studies at The Manhattan School of Music where she completed her Master's Degree in Piano Performance.

Ms. Cho won several competitions such as IBLA Grand Prize Awards, Queens Symphony Orchestra Competition, and Korean Daily Times Music Award. Her solo performances with orchestras include; The Juilliard Orchestra, Seoul Symphony Orchestra, and IBLA Sicily Symphony.

In 2002, she gave over 60 performances in three months throughout Manhattan in remembrance of the September 11, rejuvenating and encouraging the spirits of the New Yorkers through music. Later, the part of the proceeds from the show was donated to the victims of September 11.

As a chamber musician, Ms. Cho founded TreMuse, a chamber group consist of piano, violin, and cello with her colleagues from Juilliard. TreMuse performs extensively in New York and the East Cost. In addition to her musicality, Ms. Cho is an active arts advocate, often a guest speaker for performing arts seminars.

Ms. Cho also has been actively involved with various non-profit organizations. She was vice president of membership at the Bryant Park Toast Masters in New York (2004-2005), where she completed her communication and leadership program. Currently she serves as a board of directors at the United Young Artist Foundation, a newly created organization that provides comprehensive resources for artists. She also has been a member of the Network of Music Career Development Officers since 2001.

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New York, NY 10128
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