Emily Sun, violin
Australian violinist Emily Sun (1991) is rapidly gaining international recognition as a promising and exciting performer. She is the winner of all major Australian violin competitions, and has won all available prizes at the Royal College of Music. She is a prizewinner in many international competitions including Yampolsky International Violin Competition (Russia), Bromsgrove International Competition (UK), Royal-Overseas-League Music Competition (UK) Brahms International Competition (Austria) and Lipizer International Violin Competition (Italy). She was selected as a Young Concert Artist for The Tillett Trust and Making Music UK. She made her concerto debut with the East-West Philharmonic Orchestra at age 10, and has since been a regular soloist with orchestras in Australia, USA, China and Russia. Emily is a BBC Introducing Artist, and her performances have been broadcast on ABC Classic FM (Australia), BBC Radio 3 (UK), Kol Hamusica (Israel), and WXQR (USA). She has performed as soloist in international venues such as the Sydney Opera House, Tchaikovsky Great Hall Moscow, Tel Aviv Opera House, Auditorium du Louvre, and Wigmore Hall. She recently performed Bach Double Violin Concerto with Maxim Vengerov in the 2017 Royal Gala hosted by HRH Prince of Wales in Buckingham Palace.Emily studied at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music in Australia with Dr Robin Wilson, and since 2011 at the Royal College of Music with Itzhak Rashkovsky, gaining a Bachelor of Music and Masters of Performance with First Class Honours.