“a tremendous virtuoso with an appealing richness of musical imagination and a performer’s courage that immediately capture the listener."
Matti Raekallio, Pianist.
“his playing was superb”
Robert Sherman, Radio host of The McGraw-Hill Companies' Young Artists Showcase, former New York Times music critic.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Described as “a tremendous virtuoso” by renowned pianist Matti Raekallio, the Chinese concert pianist Brian Yuebing Lin first gained national attention as one of only 20 young artists in the United States to receive the $100,000 Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Graduate Arts Award. Since then, he has performed on stages across the United States, China, Canada, Korea, France, Australia, and Russia. On the competitive circuit, Mr. Lin earned first-prize finishes at both the Virginia Waring as well as the Lennox International Piano Competitions, and took Third Prize in the Houston Symphony’s Ima Hogg International Competition, for which he was featured in the Houston Chronicle.
Brian Lin is currently based in New York City while pursuing a Doctorate of Musical Arts at the Peabody Conservatory of Johns Hopkins University, and holds Bachelor and Master of Music Diplomas from The Juilliard School.