September 7, 2015CD Review from Fanfare MagazineJasmine's latest album Telemann Files by Fanfare Magazine: ...Korean flutist Jasmine Choi began her training at the Curtis Institute at age 16 and completed a master's degree at the Juilliard School; The Telemann Files is her first Baroque album and her filth solo CD. Choi draws out the contrapuntal textures of the fantasias with a robust lower register. She has a broad color palette, which lends well to the development of individual characters. Her approach to the A-Major is spirited yet innocent. ... Choi's articulation is crisp and clean throughout, and her intonation is spotless. ... The best track on Choi's album is the Fantasia in D Major, ‘Alla francese," which she plays with welcome abandon. Choi is more generous with her vibrato in the upper register, and her tone in the lower register pedal points is explosive. The ornamental scales are played deliberately, with equal attention devoted to each note. The trills, likewise, are even, with the upper and lower note receiving the same duration and volume. Choi's performance of the largo preceding the final presto is exceptional. Overall, this is a CD that I highly recommend. ... This CD won't be collecting dust on my shelf any time soon. - Natalie Piontek.READ MORE...