Ye Jin Min
Violin virtuoso and multiple competition prize winner Ye Jin Min is currently a Doctor of Music candidate at Yale School of Music, Yale University, under Professor Syoko Aki. Ye Jin completed her undergraduate studies in Australia at the Sydney Conservatorium under Professor Goetz Richter and a Masters Degree at Yale where she held the Stephen & Denise Adams Scholarship and Fellowships for the duration of her studies and received the Yale Alumni award.
Ye Jin has performed extensively as soloist and chamber musician and was a member of the Sydney Symphony‘s Sinfonia Orchestra from 2012 until 2015. She is a first prize winner of the Kendall National Violin Competition, the Animato International Violin Competition, a prize winner of the Dorcas McClean traveling scholarship and a semifinalist of the Gisborne international music competition.
Ye Jin has extensive teaching experience and has worked as teaching assistant for Professor Syoko Aki and Professor Robert Holzer at Yale and as an assistant for students of Professor Goetz Richter at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music. In addition to her performances as a soloist, chamber musician and recitalist she has participated in a number of international music festivals including the Bowdoin International Music Festival in the US and the Estivo Festival at the Conservatorio di Verona in Italy. She received lessons and coaching from renowned musicians including Ulf Hoelscher, Eberhard Feltz, Christian Muller, Brentano String Quartet, Mikhail Kopelman, Ettore Causa, and more.