A Recital by Ning An, piano, Joseph Lin, violin, and Wendy Law, cello
Saturday, April 17, 2004, 8 PM
New England Conservatory's Jordan Hall, Boston

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Ning An, piano
William Kapell Competition 2003 United States: First Prize
Rachmaninov Competition 2002 United States: Laureate, Audience Favorite
International Chopin Competition 2000 Poland: Alfred Cortot Prize
United States National Chopin Competition 2000: First Prize
Queen Elizabeth Music Competition 1999 Belgium: Third Prize
Artist Diploma Degree program at New England Conservatory of Music
Student of Russell Sherman

Joseph Lin, violin (www.concertartists.org)
Described as "master of the violin" in the Boston Globe, Joseph Lin was awarded First Prize at the Concert Artists Guild Competition in 1996, and was named Presidential Scholar in the Arts the same year. In 1999, he received the Pro Musicis International Award, the youngest musician to be chosen for the award since its inception. Recently, he won First Prize at the inaugural Michael Hill World Violin Competition in New Zealand, and one of the top prizes at the 2000 Hannover International Violin Competition.

Joseph Lin began studying the violin with Mary Canberg at the age of four. He graduated from the Juilliard School Pre-College Division in 1996, where he studied with Shirley Givens. He continued his violin studies in Boston with Lynn Chang. In June 2000, Mr. Lin graduated magna cum laude from Harvard College.

Wendy Law, cello (www.wendylaw.com)
Cellist Wendy Law appeared with orchestras worldwide including the Boston Symphony, Singapore Symphony, and Hong Kong Sinfoniett. She worked with such conductors as Robert Spano, Richard Westerfield, and Benjamin Zander. An active chamber musician, she performed in Alice Tully Hall, Kennedy Center, and Jordan Hall. She collaborated with the Borromeo String Quartet, the Chameleon Arts Ensemble of Boston, Yo-Yo Ma and Pamela Frank among others.

Ms. Law has won first prizes in the Juilliard Cello Concerto Competition, National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts, Kingsville International Competition, Fischoff National Competition (as a member of the Amaryllis String Quartet), the Harvard Musical Association Achievement Award, as well as local and national prizes in the American String Teacher's Association Competitions, and the Boston Symphony Orchestra Young Artist Competition.

Ms. Law began her cello studies with Ge Wu in Hong Kong and continued with Mark Churchill at the New England Conservatory Preparatory School. She received her Bachelors of Music with Distinction from the New England Conservatory with Laurence Lesser, and her Master of Music from The Juilliard School, where she studied with Joel Krosnick. Ms. Law is currently in the Artist Diploma Program at the Juilliard School and continues her work with Joel Krosnick and Tim Eddy.