In order for a music educator to be successful, taking an active role in performing, advocating music education, and collaborating with other musicians are essential to building a well-rounded musician. Below are examples of Victoria's activity with other musicians and educators.
with Steven Fiske, colleague at the Music and Arts Conservatory in Vienna. making Schubert recordings
After "The Secret Garden" musical theater production with Dr. Sue Swaney (musical director/conductor) and Joseph Nizich (IU colleague).
Victoria Choi, Piano / Libby Abbott, Oboe. Performing Ralph Vaughn Williams Oboe Concerto at Libby's Junior Recital at Indiana University, Spring 2015.
Indiana University Choral Methods class heading over to Mr. Dan Andersen's choir at Center Grove Middle School at 5:00 in the morning.
IES Vienna Summer Collaborative Piano and Voice Program Final Concert.
View for "Tosca" (G. Puccini) at the Vienna State Opera House.
Beethoven Trio in B-flat Performance with colleagues Luke Norton and Miles Norman at Indiana University.
Wesley United Methodist Church
Choir in Bakersfield, California, where Victoria served as a pianist/organist from 2008-2012.
Victoria, joined by friends Jennifer and Sharong Hong at the National Public Radio regional station in Fresno, California where they were invited to play on the 'Young Artist' section of the radio program.