Chi- Ching Grace Lin, Percussionist
Chi- Ching Lin maintains a varied chamber music and orchestra career in New York City areas. She has performed with New York City Opera, Dicapo Opera, The Met Opera Orchestra, National Choral, Binghamton Philharmonic, Ureak Symphony Orchestra, Park Avenue Chamber Orchestra, New Amsterdam Symphony Orchestra, New York Wind Orchestra, Oratorio Society of Queens, New York Concerti Sinfonietta, SONOS Chamber Orchestra, Centre Symphony, Choral Chameleon, Empire City Men’s Chorus, The Harlem Chamber Players, New York Wind Orchestra, Broadway Bach Ensemble, Asian Symphony Orchestra in venue such as Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, Jazz at Lincoln Center-Rose Hall, Merkin Hall, Tilles Center, , United Nation Conference Hall, Queensborough Performing Arts Center, Kimmel Center and Version Hall in Philadelphia.
In 2008 and 2013 Chi- Ching premiered Andrew Beall’s percussion concerto “Affirmation” at Avery Fisher Hall and Alice Tully Hall Lincoln Center. She also can be found on his percussion album “Deliverance”.
In 2018, Chi-Ching will be again premiering a percussion concerto “Higgaion” by Honsal Choi at Alice Tully Hall Linciln Center on 6/9.
As a chamber player, Chi-Ching has appeared in Tan Dun Percussion Quartet, Talujon Percussion Group and 20th Century Contemporary Ensemble.
In 2016 Chi-Ching made her debut in Taiwan with Perclute duo, for percussion and flute. That same year, she also premiered at Tishman Auditorium in New York the soundtrack for the classic movie the “ The Birds” from Alfred Hitchcock.
In 2017 Chi-Ching started to collaborate with Hansol Choi and performed his brand new composition for solo vibraphone and electronics at Manhattan School of Music.
Chi-Ching received her Master’s degree from Queens College (Aaron Copland School of Music) and Professional Studies Diploma from Mannes College of Music (New School) where she studied with Michael Lipsy, Michael Werner, Jim Priess, Berry Centanni and Glenn Valez.
Chi-Ching is the percussion faculty of CYCNY since 2006.