Alissa Cheung is a member of Quatuor Bozzini, based in Montreal, QC. Her solo and chamber performances have taken her throughout Canada, USA, Europe and Asia, and her work has been featured in the New York Times, The Guardian UK, Le Devoir, the Edmonton Journal, and has been broadcast on British Broadcasting Corporation (UK), Österreichischen Rundfunks (Austria), Schweizer Radio und Fernsehn (Switzerland), Nederlandse Publieke Omroep (Netherlands), and CBC Radio (Canada).
As a composer, her works have been performed at the Winspear Centre by the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, at Salle Bourgie (Montréal) by Quatuor Bozzini, at the University of Michigan by Arx Duo, percussion duo, in New York and Chicago by Instruments of Happiness electric guitar quartet, at Jordan Hall (Boston) by the Boston and Turtle Island String Quartets, in Australia by Duo Myburgh-Feakes, and in Switzerland by Duo Luce. Alissa is regularly featured as both a performer and a composer at the C’mon Festival. In her recent works, she experiments with improvisational aspects and open forms, resulting in a co-composed piece that differs from performance to performance. Upcoming projects include a co-composition with Duo d’Entre-Deux saxophone duo, and an outdoor live-installation project based on whale songs with Alain Lefort.