Ching-Yi Lin, piano
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Taiwanese pianist Ching-Yi Lin has appeared as a soloist performing the Schumann Piano Concerto with the Soochow Symphony Orchestra. Most recently, he has been featured a virtual performance series by The Walters Arts Museum and the Peabody Conservatory, giving digital concerts. He has performed as a soloist at Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, National Opera Center in New York City, Brodbeck Music Center at Hood College, Teatro Ciudad at Marbella, Allen Theater at Berkshire School, Taiwan National Recital Hall, Taipei KHS Hall, and Yunlin Cultural Affairs Department.
He has been awarded numerous prizes in both regional and international competitions, such as the Young Artist Competition by Philharmonic Society of Arlington, the Marbella International Piano Competition by Arthur Rubinstein Institute, Ishikawa International Piano Competition, the New York International Artist Association Piano Competition, Metropolitan International Piano Competition, Taipei Taiwan International Piano Competition, the Asia Piano Competition in Kuala Lumpur, and Wonderlic Piano Competition in Baltimore. In 2017, he was selected as the winner of the Taiwanese Chapter of the Peabody Institute Alumni Society, performing a recital at National Recital Hall in Taiwan. As an active pianist in Taiwan, Lin has been chosen to receive scholarships from Taiwan’s Culture Department and Ministry of Education frequently.
Lin has been involved with many prestigious festivals such as Art of the Piano, Marbella Music Festival, Amalfi Coast Music Festival, Berkshire Music Festival, and National Taiwan Symphony Orchestra Festival. He holds a Bachelor of Music degree from Soochow University in Taiwan, Master of Music degree at the Peabody Institute as well as the recipient of the Richard Franko Goldman Prize in Performance at Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University. Currently, he is pursuing his Doctoral of Musical Arts degree at the Peabody Institute under the tutelage of Alexander Shtarkman. Besides playing the piano, he likes streaming games and cooking.