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Lun Li is a violinist committed to creating thought-provoking, boundary-pushing concert experiences for contemporary audiences around the world. A native of Shanghai, China, violinist Lun Li won First Prize in the 2021 Young Concert Artists Susan Wadsworth International Auditions, The Paul A. Fish Memorial Prize, the Buffalo Chamber Music Society Prize, and was named John French Violin Chair at YCA. Additionally, he is also the recent joint winner of First Prize at the Lillian and Maurice Barbash J.S. Bach Competition.

Lun made his NYC recital debut at Merkin Concert Hall and his Washington, DC recital debut at the Kennedy Center’s Terrace Theater. He also made his concerto debut at Lincoln Center last season.


An avid chamber musician, Lun has performed in the Bard Music Festival, Newport Classical, Marlboro Music Festival, the Verbier Music Festival, Music@Menlo’s, and Music from Angelfire. Beginning in 2024 Lun will be a member of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center’s Bowers Program. 

He has appeared on major musical stages throughout the world including Konzerthaus Berlin, Kulturpalast Dresden, and Wiener Konzerthaus. He has appeared on tour with Curtis Institute of Music and Musicians from Marlboro, bringing him to Carnegie Hall, Merkin Concert Hall, and 92Y.


During the 23-24 season Lun will appear in recital and chamber music performances with The Morgan Library & Museum (NYC), Collomore Concert Series (CT), Caramoor Center for Music, Chamber Music Chicago, and the Arts, Gotham Early Music Scene (NYC), Brookings Chamber Music Society (SD), and will also participate in the inaugural chamber music ensemble of YCA on Tour visiting 11 cities throughout North America. He will appear as concerto soloist with the Brevard Philharmonic, Aiken Symphony, and the University of South Carolina Symphony Orchestra. As part of Young Concert Artists’ special season finale performance, Lun will also make an appearance at Zankel Hall at Carnegie Hall in May 2024.


Lun holds degrees from Curtis Institute of Music (BM’20) and The Juilliard School (MM’22). His mentors include Ida Kavafian, Catherine Cho, and Joseph Lin. He is currently pursuing an Artistic Diploma at The Juilliard School where he serves as teaching assistant to Catherine Cho.


Lun plays on the Stradivarius “Samazeuilh” 1735 violin, on generous loan from the Nippon Music Foundation.

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