Sooji Oh had formally begun her musical studies at the Pre-College Division of The Juilliard School under Dorothy DeLay, and had continued her musical studies at The Juilliard School, where she had received both her Bachelor of Music in 2000 and Master of Music in 2003. During her successful tenure at The Juilliard School, Ms. Oh was the recipient of various student scholarships, including the M.D Douglas Memorial Scholarship and the A.H. Kuhn Memorial Scholarship.
Upon graduation, Ms. Oh had served as a teacher’s assistant to Dorothy DeLay in a scale class at The Juilliard School’s Pre-College Division. Subsequently, for a period of almost 20 years, she had served as the Director of The Laus Music Studio in New Jersey. In this role, she had created curriculum and taught violin to aspiring musicians of all ages, of which all of whom had participated in music competitions with many receiving accolades and awards, including performaces at the Carnegie Hall.
During her decorated professional career, Ms. Oh had captured several key awards, including first place prizes at the Monthly Music Times Competition, the Five Town Music Competition, and the Grieg Festival Competition. Ms. Oh had also been performing regularly in various concerts and recitals as a soloist and as a chamber musician with members of the New York Philharmonic, the New York Ballet, the Metropolitan Opera and the Princeton Symphony Orchestra. Recently, Ms. Oh had moved to the Chicago’s northern suburbs.