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A Celebrated Violin Teacher


I have been teaching since the age of 18 when I was on the violin faculty for two years at the Wulanchabu Art School. I continued my studies at the Tianjin Conservatory of Music where I worked as a teaching assistant to my professor while obtaining my degree. Following my move to Canada I have been a member of the violin faculty at the Royal Conservatory of Music since 2003. Most recently my husband, Corey, and I have been appointed Guest Professors at the Wulanchabu Art School and I have become a member of the faculty at the National Music Camp of Canada. 

My students have enjoyed much success, achieving excellent results in examinations, regional music festivals and competitions. Several have gone on to pursue successful careers in music.

My Chinese heritage and my experience performing and teaching in both China and Canada means I can communicate fluently with students in both Chinese and English.  For violin students who may have recently come to Canada my knowledge of both cultures as well as both languages facilitates their understanding in a patient and guiding manner. It is this communication with students that is so important and the trust that comes with it that makes for a more successful learning experience. I want to inspire my students and bring out the best of them on the violin. I am fortunate to have a vast repertoire of both Western and Asian classical music and styles upon which to draw.

In recent television interviews I have spoken to the issue of the importance of music education and the difference music can make in a child’s life and indeed anyone’s life at any age. It has been my privilege to be a juror for several music festivals such as the YIPS Music Festival and the Outstanding Young Musicians International Music Festival in 2018.  Many of my students have been adults with a passion to pursue their violinistic dream.  Music is something crosses all boundaries and surpasses all limits and should be shared by everyone.

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