Jasmine Tsui is a Chinese-Canadian interdisciplinary artist, specializing in percussion performance and contemporary improvisation. Their artistic output usually involves bright colours, noise, theatrics, electronic processing, and occasional silliness. As a percussionist, their versatility has allowed them to partake in ensembles across North America, ranging from the National Youth Orchestra of Canada to the Yarn/Wire Summer Institute. During her time at the University of Toronto, she has studied with Dr. Aiyun Huang, Beverley Johnston, and Charles Settle. Jasmine has recently finished her Masters degree in Percussion Performance from the University of Toronto and is in the process of figuring out what sort of visual eyesores and auditory experiences they can create next.