“Passionate and graceful soloist with virtuosity and insight…”

Lucia Lin has performed throughout the U.S. and internationally in a diverse multi-faceted career that spans solo engagements, orchestral concerts, chamber music performances, teaching, and collaborative efforts with both visual and performing arts.

“In Tandem”

“This is precisely the time when artists go to work.”

There is no time for despair, no place for self-pity, no need for silence, no room for fear. We speak, we write, we do language. That is how civilizations heal.

I know the world is bruised and bleeding, and though it is important not to ignore its pain, it is also critical to refuse to succumb to its malevolence. Like failure, chaos contains information that can lead to knowledge—even wisdom. Like art.” 

– Toni Morrison

Lucia Lin’s newest project – “In Tandem” – builds on her vision and curiosity to take performance, mentoring and collaboration to new levels. “In Tandem” is a non-profit initiative dedicated to bringing new voices to classical music through commissions of ten emerging composers.

Recent Posts

May 5, 2021

One of the most interesting aspects of In Tandem is the workshopping process between composer and musicians. There have been some inquiries as to what a “workshop” looks like. Though these sessions vary depending on the people involved, I wanted to share one of these for those of you who might find the process interesting. […]

February 16, 2021

One of the fun benefits of the In Tandem project is collaborating with musicians who I might not ordinarily have a chance to work with. Our next premiere, which will upload on February 25, will be Akshaya Avril Tucker’s “Dictionary of Falling Flowers” with percussionist, Maria Finkelmeier. When I told Akshaya that I was interested […]

January 15, 2021

“Gook, Chink….Trump was right…go back to your country!” the man yelled as I waited to cross the Riverway on my way to the medical center last week.  Thankfully the light changed just as he started to stomp toward me, and I hurried across what seemed an even wider expanse of road in order to avoid […]


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