Ying Fu

    The Associate Concertmaster of the Philadelphia Orchestra,  Mr. Ying Fu is the 1st Prize Winner of the 30th “Rodolfo  Lipizer” International Violin Competition in Italy, as well as 4  Special Prizes. He is also a top-prize winner of many other  major competitions all over the world, including Schmidbauer  International Competition, Washington International Music  Competition, “HAMS” Violin Competition in Chicago and Young  Texas Artists Music Competition. Fu has collaborated with  many renowned musicians, such as Maestro Cliff Colnot,  Cristian Macelaru, pianist Richard Goode, Mitsuko Uchida,    cellist Peter Wiley, violist Kim Kashkashian, violinist Midori  Goto, and has performed throughout Europe, Asia and North America. With his great enthusiasm for chamber music, Mr. Fu has participated in many chamber music festivals, including Marlboro Music Festival in Vermont, Cascade Head Music Festival, Taos Chamber Music Festival in Taos Ski Valley, and Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival in Germany. As an active teacher, his students have been accepted by The Juilliard School in NYC, New England Conservatory in Boston as well as Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University Bloomington. Fu has also been a faculty member of National Youth Orchestra, Philadelphia International Music Festival, Calvin String Summit in Michigan as well as David Kim Orchestral Institute. Born in Shanghai, China, at the age of 3, Mr. Fu began to study the violin and gave his first public performance at the age of 6 in the Shanghai Concert Hall. Fu went on to earn his Bachelor’s of Music from Shanghai Conservatory of Music in China and his Master’s degree of Music in the Shepherd School of Music at Rice University in Houston, Texas. After 2-year study of Doctoral degree under Professor Cho-Liang Lin and Sergiu Luca at the Shepherd School of Music, he joined the first violin section of the renowned Cleveland Orchestra in 2011 for 2 years.

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