Meet Fanya Lin!

Professional TrainingLin, Fanya
The Juilliard School
Weber State University

Competitions & Awards
2013: Russian Music International Piano Competition, Jury Special Award
2013: American Protege International Competition, First Place; Best Performance Award
2012: Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra Concerto Competition, First Place
2012: Coeur d’Alene Symphony Orchestra Concerto Competition, First Place
2011: Seattle International Piano Competition, Second Place
2011: Aurora Symphony Orchestra Concerto Competition, First Place
2010: New York International Piano Competition (Duet Category), Second Place
2010: Music Teachers National Association Competition, First Place
2010: Steinway Young Artist National Piano Competition, Participant
2009: Utah Music Teacher Association Concerto Competition, First Place
2009: Beethoven Club International Piano Competition, Third Place
2009: Snowy Range Piano Competition, First Place

Fanya Lin was born in Taipei, Taiwan. She began formal piano study at the age of 4, and even in her youth dreamed of becoming a concert pianist. Since coming to the United States, Ms. Lin has performed with Aurora Symphony, Grand Junction Symphony, Utah Symphony, and Savannah Philharmonic. Furthermore, Fanya was invited as a guest artist for Sid & Mary Foulger International Music Festival, and appointed as the collaborative pianist for New York International Piano Competition. As an interactive performer for The Gluck Fellowship at Juilliard, she has given performances at rehabilitation centers, nursing homes, trauma units, and other healthcare facilities in New York. Ms. Lin has been described as a “striking interpreter” (Musical America) who gives a “committed and heartfelt performance” (The New York Times).


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