"soloist Nikki Chooi made it the musical equivalent of a book that you can't put down"
New Zealand Herald
"vigorous, colorful"
The New York Times
"his performances of both Mozart and Brahms so compelling"
San Francisco Examiner
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Dear friends, family, and colleagues,
I am beyond thrilled to announce that I will be joining Time for Three.

Chooi has developed into a fine soloist, his performance of the fantasy as richly expressive and technically assured....the melodic writing eloquently performed, especially in the fine slow movement.

The concert opened with Mozart's Violin Sonata in E flat composed in 1778; a two-movement work of disarming simplicity that is hard to bring off. But Chooi handled the work with a calm style, beautifully supported by pianist Stephen De Pledge. In some ways the gorgeous Piano Trio by Smetana was the highlight of the concert. With a deeply impressive relationship between all three players, this intensely rich creation came alive in glowing terms, revealing that Chooi is not just a dazzling technician, but a chamber musician of some class.

- John Button, The Dominion Post