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Lin participates in Sendai International Music Competition

May 16, 2016

Lin participates in Sendai International Music Competition

This May, Lin joins colleagues on the jury of the Sendai International Music Competition.

The competition, founded in 2001 to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the city of Sendai, is held every three years. The event celebrates international cultural exchange by bringing promising young violinists and pianists from around the word to perform for a jury of celebrated musicians. 

View the competition schedule.

Cho-Liang Lin celebrates Hakka Culture in Arts Festival

May 09, 2016

Cho-Liang Lin celebrates Hakka Culture in Arts Festival

This spring, Cho-Liang Lin travels to his native Taiwan to lead the 4th International Taiwan Hakka Arts and Cultural Festival. With events ranging from language and painting seminars to costume and theater exhibitions, the festival began on April 30 and runs through May 30.

On May 13, the Taiwanese-born violinist performs in the opening ceremony and leads a masterclass at the Hsinchu University of Education the following day. Lin also performs and conducts a program of Shostakovich, Fang Ling Su, Ravel, Moszkowski, and Vivaldi on May 15

Explore the events of the Hakka Festival.

Mozart and Tchaikovsky with Detroit Symphony Orchestra

April 23, 2016

Mozart and Tchaikovsky with Detroit Symphony Orchestra

On the heels of his performance with the Amici Chamber Ensemble, Cho-Liang Lin travels to Michigan where he performs a series of concerts with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Lin will perform and conduct four concerts as part of the Davison Neighborhood Series, which brings the ensemble to venues across metropolitan Detroit. 

Lin leads a program of Mozart's Symphony No. 24 and Violin Concerto No. 3; Osvaldo Golijov's Last Round; and Tchaikovsky's Serenade for Strings. The first concert is hosted by the Berman Center for the Performing Arts on April 28, followed by the Village Theater at Cherry Hill on April 29, Kirk in the Hills on April 30, and Our Lady Star of the Sea on May 1