Piano artist to perform free concert at Holiday Inn next Tuesday

International "piano artist" Sunny Choi will give a free concert at the Holiday Inn Sarnia/Pt Edward, on Tuesday, November 1 from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m.

Grammy award-winner Enrique Iglesias called Sunny Choi's piano playing 'truly amazing.' She has over 30 million YouTube views and has played in front of thousands with rave reviews. Sunny Choi has charted in Billboard magazine, been featured in newspaper articles in Asia, Europe and North America, and has developed a global following. Even while performing at over 200 events each year, Sunny Choi has multiple recording projects in development while her current recordings are available worldwide.


Ms. Choi will be in Sarnia that day to help launch a new fundraiser for the Canadian Cancer Society, and Bluewater Health’s new Cancer Care Assessment and Treatment Centre. She is one of 111 solo artists and bands from Canada, the United Kingdom, the U.S., and all over the world, who have contributed songs for the AMAZING compilation e-album, which will be released November 1 for $10.

This album is the brainchild of local resident, Kevin Thorne, a graphic designer and a cancer survivor.

“Ms. Choi has been so gracious to not only donate one of her songs to our fundraiser, but to also come to Sarnia to promote the project AND open the doors to allow our community to enjoy her music with us,” says Kathy Alexander, Executive Director, Bluewater Health Foundation.

Helen Cole, Manager, Canadian Cancer Society, Lambton County adds, “This is a great opportunity for Sarnia-Lambton residents to see and hear a world-class musician in our own backyard.  We are grateful for Ms. Choi’s support of our joint fundraising efforts in Lambton County.”

A free iPhone app with 15 seconds from all songs submitted, including Ms. Choi’s, is currently available for download: http://itunes.apple.com/ca/app/amazing/id438735841?mt=8

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  • diane lambert

    Sunny Choi graced Community Concerns for the Medically Fragile (CCMF) with a private concert at Standing Oaks this afternoon. The five residents, family, friends and CCMF Board members were awed by her talent. She played requests so beautifully. Thank you to Kevin Thorne for arranging Sunny’s visit to Standing Oaks. Thank you Sunny!