Jeanne Lin

Jeanne Yi-Chuan LIN completed her Master of Music degree in Flute performance at the Cleveland Institute of Music (Ohio, U.S.A.), where she studied with Martha Aarons of the Cleveland Orchestra.  During 2000 to 2002 she followed flute professor Pierre Wavre at the Conservatoire de Lausanne in Switzerland to pursue her further study.

A native of Taiwan, Jeanne has won a number of solo competitions including First Prize in the 1985 and 1987 Taipei City Teenage Wind Competition, and Second Prize in the 1985 Taiwan National Teenage Wind Competition.  In 1996, Jeanne received the "National Taiwan Outstanding Young Musician" award and gave a series concerts throughout Taiwan.  In 2002, Jeanne was selected as one of the finalist of the music competition « Jost » in Switzerland and performed the « Reinecke Flute Concerto » with the Lausanne Chamber Orchestra. 


Jeanne has participated in master classes of Emmanuel Pahud, José-Daniel Castellon, Peter-Lukas Graf, Janos Balint, Michel Debost, Kathleen Chastain, Keith Underwood, Aurèle Nicolet, Jeffrey Khaner, Joshua Smith, and James Galway.  Besides solo recitals, Jeanne has been invited as guest soloist with several prestigious orchestras and ensembles, including National Taiwan Symphony Orchestra, National Taiwan Wind Symphony, Taipei Flute Ensemble, Beijing Central Youth Symphony Orchestra (China), Jen-Chuan City Symphony Orchestra (Korea), Strauss String Orchestra (U.S.A.), Chautauqua Baroque String Orchestra (U.S.A.), and Taipei Civic Symphony Orchestra.

Since 1996, Jeanne was appointed the principle flute of the National Taiwan Wind Symphony and as the guest principle flute with the National Taiwan Symphony OrchestraJeanne was also on the flute faculty of the National Taipei Teachers' College, Shih-Chen University, and several prestigious music high schools in Taiwan. 

 In 2002, Jeanne moved to Beijing, China and had been invited as a guest flutist with the China National Symphony Orchestra, National Center of Performing Art Orchestra (NCPA Orchestra) Beijing Symphony Orchestra, the National Film Symphony Orchestra, the China Oriental Performing Arts Orchestra, the Macao Orchestra and the Kammer Orchester Basel/Switzerland.  Since 2003, she was invited as principle flute with the International Festival Chorus Orchestra (now known as Peking Sinfonietta).  In August 2010, Jeanne was appointed the principle flute of China Dun Shan Symphony Wind Orchestra.www.dswochina.netJeanne has been teaching in West Academy of Beijing since September 2010.