Stephanie Chou’s Music Journey

What happens when traditional Chinese poems meet American jazz and pop music? Now you have a chance to listen to the interesting combination in an newly-released album entitled “Asymptote.” "Asymptote" features music written and sung by Stephanie Chou, who graduated from Columbia University as a math major, and now is a full-time professional saxophonist and singer in NYC. We met with Stephanie and got a deeper look at her music journey.

Recording studio footage provided by Stephanie Chou.
www.stephaniechoumusic.com

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