Angelique Po is a pianist, harpsichordist, organist and composer living and working in Vancouver, BC. Her versatility and broad range of interests in music style have led her into collaborations with a number of local ensembles and soloists. Her recent projects including playing the piano in a rare performance of Galina Ustvolskaya’s Grand Duet with cellist Laine Longton, and TomoeArts’ production of Farshid Samandari’s new chamber opera Kayoi Komachi. As a composer, she has written for various small ensembles, including the Piano and Erhu Project (PEP) with Corey Hamm and Nicole Li. She studied piano at the University of British Columbia under Dr. Sara Buechner. She also studied harpsichord with Doreen Oke, organ with Michael Murray, and composition with Dr. Dorothy Chang, Dr. Stephen Chatman, and Bradshaw Pack. She is currently a board member with Vancouver Pro Musica, an organization dedicated to promoting and performing new music created by BC composers.
Stories by Angelique Po can be found at Quiet As Day.