February 17, 2015
Cho-Liang Lin will join the Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens as their Artist-in-Residence for 2015. The Taiwanese-American violinist will join the Huntington to help promote an understanding of Chinese culture through the visual and performing arts, following in the footsteps of the venue's inaugural visiting artist, pipa virtuoso Wu Man.
Lin will host a series of public events at the Huntington, placing Chinese music in a modern context and exploring how such music is expressed through and composed for Western instruments. Such events include a free public lecture and performance on April 9 with pianist Ayke Agus, and a May 1 concert that will also hear Wu Man. Lin will also work with students at the Esteban Torres High School in Los Angeles.
February 12, 2015
On February 13 and 14, Cho-Liang Lin joins Houston’s River Oaks Chamber Orchestra for an intimate program of conductorless works suited to Valentine’s Day. The program highlights Lin in Elgar's Salut d'Amour and Dvorak's Romance for Violin and Orchestra, as well as the world premiere of Derek Bermel's Murmurations and Schubert's Symphony No. 5. February 13's performance takes place at Grace Presbyterian Church, while February 14's concert is heard at the Church of St. John the Divine.
February 06, 2015
As announced by the Chamber Music Society yesterday, Cho-Liang Lin will join the venerated organization for two concerts in the 2015-16 season. The Taiwanese-born violinist, who joins CMS for a master class and concert in April, returns to Alice Tully Hall in October, 2015 and March 2016. On October 30, he performs alongside pianists Jeffrey Kahane and Wu Qian, violinist Alexander Sitkovetsky, violist Yura Lee, and cellist Gary Hoffman in a program of music by Schumann, Strauss, and Brahms.
Five months later, Lin reunites with Qian along with violinist Paul Huang, violist Matthew Lipman, and cellist Sophie Shao for works by Mozart and Franck.