Position: Assistant Professor (violin)
Address: 2149 Moore Musical Arts Center
Described by Time Out New York as “Incisive, industrious, and creatively restless…” Caroline Chin gave her solo debut at age 12 and has concertized throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia where her performances have taken her to Amsterdam’s Concertgebouw, the Kennedy Center, and the White House. An avid chamber musician, Ms. Chin performs regularly in New York and at various music festivals including the Scotia Music Festival, Newburyport Music Festival, Consonances Festival in France, and the Schiermonnikoog Chamber Music Festival in Holland where she has collaborated with Charles Neidich, Gary Hoffman, Nobuko Imai, and Colin Carr. She is a member of the Hudson Piano Trio, Musica Reginae Chamber Players, and tours the USA as the concertmaster of the Paragon Ragtime Orchestra. An advocate of new music, she has performed works of composers Paul Moravec, George Walker, Linda Dusman, David T. Little, Lisa Bielawa, Elizabeth Hoffman, and Alexandra Vrebelov and has recorded for Avie Records, Siva Records, and New World Records. Ms. Chin received her degrees from Indiana University’s School of Music and from the Juilliard School. Her former teachers include Miriam Fried, Robert Mann, and Rolf Schulte. Centaur Records recently released her recording of Elliott Carter’s Tre Duetti and 4 Lauds for solo violin in March 2014.