Originally from South Korea and raised in Great Britain, Stella Cho made her London solo debut at the Royal Albert Hall, London at the age of fifteen, playing in front of a sold out audience. She has also given recital programs in South Korea, France, Spain, the Netherlands, Poland, Germany, Croatia, the U.S.A., and played on numerous occasions on national television and radio.
Most recently, Stella was selected as one of the Holland Music Sessions’ “New Masters on Tour” and gave solo recitals across Europe, including the Royal Concertgebouw. Cho has performed in Yellow Barn Chamber Music Festival, La Jolla SummerFest, Casals Festival, the Perlman Music Program Chamber Workshop and Rencontres Franco-Americaines Chamber Music Festival and has also collaborated with eminent musicians such as Ralph Kirshbaum, Jaime Laredo, Sharon Robinson, Joseph Kalichstein, Borromeo Quartet and Roger Tapping.
Cho earned her Bachelor of Music and Master of Music degrees with honors at the prestigious Gregor Piatigorsky Studio, USC Thornton School of Music with Ralph Kirshbaum, and a Graduate Diploma at NEC with Laurence Lesser. She is currently pursuing a Doctorate of Musical Arts degree at USC.