Chinese concert pianist and doctoral candidate Brian Yuebing Lin enjoys a multi- faceted career of not only high-profile performances across four continents, but also as
a frequent lecturer and music educator, the founder of the international media platform Piano League, and as an award-winning financial pundit. Describing his performance
skill set, the renowned pianist Matti Raekallio hails Lin as “a tremendous virtuoso with an appealing richness of musical imagination and a performer’s courage that
immediately captures the listener.”
Mr. Lin first gained national attention as one of only 20 young artists in the United States to receive the $100,000 Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Graduate Arts Award. Since then,
he has taken the international piano scene by storm, enjoying a career that has taken him to performances across the United States, China, Canada, Korea, France,
Australia, and Russia. The world’s renowned chamber music festivals have hosted Lin, including the Taos School of Music, Kneisel Hall Chamber Music Festival, and the Four
Seasons Winter Workshop. Furthermore, the world’s top pianists have shared the stage with Mr. Lin in master classes, including Stephen Hough, Leon Fleisher, Murray
Perahia, Richard Goode, and Robert Levin.
An accomplished veteran on the piano competitive circuit, Mr. Lin has earned first-prize finishes at both the Virginia Waring as well as the Lennox International Piano
Competitions, and took a top-four finish in the Hilton Head International Competition. In the multi-instrumental realm, he took Third Prize in the Houston Symphony’s Ima Hogg
International Competition, for which he was featured in the Houston Chronicle. In addition to competitions, Mr. Lin has also performed as orchestral soloist, making his
concerto debut with the Gulf Coast Symphony Orchestra in Fort Myers, Florida. Other engagements have included performances with the Houston Symphony as well as the
Richardson Symphony Orchestra in Dallas, Texas under the baton of maestro Anshel Brusilow, former concertmaster of The Philadelphia Orchestra.
As an educator, Mr. Lin believes in spreading access to high level musical instruction not just in the United States, but also across his native China. To this end, Lin travels to
China frequently and has given lectures and masterclasses to not only piano students, but young piano teachers as well. Within the United States, Mr. Lin has been a lecturer
and educator in primary and secondary schools across the country. Moreover, he is a frequent judge of competitions hosted by the Music Teachers National Association. In
2019, he gave masterclasses and performed in recital at East Carolina University. In addition to his success on stage, Mr. Lin has become a compelling commentator in
the financial industry. In 2017, he became a self-taught financial writer on the industry- leading fintech outlet Seeking Alpha, where his convincing stock-pitch articles won the
website’s "Stock for The Summer Of 2018" Online Competition. He is also the founder of Piano League, a multi-platform media outlet that connects pianists from around the world with piano-based news, entertainment, and community. Brian Lin is currently based in New York, NY while pursuing a Doctorate of Musical Arts
at the Peabody Conservatory of Johns Hopkins University. He is from Shenzhen, China, where he was a student of piano from the age of 4. He moved to the United States at 15
years old, where he attended high school in Fort Worth, TX before moving to New York, where he earned his Bachelor and Master of Music Diplomas from The Juilliard School.
He is grateful to his primary teachers, who include Yong Hi Moon, Yoheved Kaplinsky, Joseph Kalichstein, Matti Raekallio, Tamas Ungar, and Eleanor Wong. To learn more,
visit his website at www.brianlinmusic.com.