2013 High School Division Faculty
Summer Music Academy faculty consist of current Ithaca College faculty, top music educators from across the country, and renowned guest artists. Additional faculty and guest artists will be announced periodically. Please note that this is a list of faculty from the 2013 season. 2014 faculty will be announced soon.
|Hui Jin, Violin|
|Professor of Orchestral Instrument, China Conservatory of Music; Executive Member, Council of Korean Musicians and Music Studies|
Mr. Hui Jin, a violinist, is now a professor of the Orchestral Instruments Department of the China Conservatory of Music, Master tutor, String Division Director, executive member of the Council of Korean Musicians and Music Studies, and member of Asia Musicians Association. After graduating from the Middle School attached the Central Conservatory of Music in 1990, he was recommended to the Central Conservatory of Music because of his good performance and studied violin from Wang Zhen Shan, China’s famous violin educator. After that, he studied in Canada and the United States and obtained his master’s degree in the Conservatoire de Musique de Québec of Canada in 1995.
During his studies in China, Mr. Jin won the first prize and Chinese Music Performance Prize at the youth group of the third National Violin competition held in Guangzhou in February 1998. During the same year, he was chosen by the Ministry of Culture of China for the H·Wieniawski International Youth Violin Competition in Poland and won the fourth prize and a special prize from the Ministry of Culture of Poland. In 1990, he was sent to Helsinki, Finland by the Ministry of Culture of China for the sixth Jean·Sibelius International Violin Competition and won the eighth place, and received the certificate of honor from the Ministry of Culture of China.
As a soloist, he has performed with the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra, Radio Symphony Orchestra, China Film Symphony Orchestra, China National Symphony Orchestra, Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra of the Republic of Korea, Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra of Finland, Quebec Symphony Orchestra of Canada and Adelaide Symphony Orchestra of Australia, etc. In 2010, he went to Austria with China Youth Philharmonic Orchestra for the Salzburg Music Festival. There he played The Butterfly Lovers, a famous Chinese violin music masterpiece, with Song Fei, the famous Erhu player. In 2010 and 2011, he was invited to perform at the Spring Festival Gala of the Ministry of Culture.
在国外期间，金辉于1995年受聘于加拿大魁北克省著名暑期学校Orford音乐学校教授小提琴。1998年, 担任美国Biloit Janesville 交响乐团首席小提琴。1999年, 任职于美国圣路易斯交响乐团。2000年, 任职于美国十大响乐团之一的底特律响乐团。2004年, 受聘为澳大利亚的阿特雷德响乐团客座首席小提琴。 2006年受聘于底特律市维斯顿大学音乐系教授小提琴。
While abroad, Mr. Jin was invited to teach violin in Orford Arts Centre, a famous summer school in Quebec, Canada in 1995. In 1998, he became the Concertmaster violinist at the U.S. Beloit Janesville Symphony Orchestra. In 1999, he worked for the U.S. Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra. In 2000, he worked for the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, one of the top 10 symphony orchestras in the United States. In 2004, he became the guest Concertmaster violinist of the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra of Australia. In 2006, he was invited to teach violin at the Music Department of Wayne State University of Detroit.
With a hope of developing China’s music cause, Mr. Jin came back to China in 2008 and is now teaching at the Central Conservatory of Music. He worked as a member of review committees for several important domestic and international contests, such as the Ninth National Teenage Violin Competition in 2009, the Eighth Chinese Golden Bell Award for Music in 2011, Hong Kong International Violin Competition in 2011 and 2012, and CCTV Piano and Violin Competition in 2011. He was also invited by the Classic Arts Class of the National Center for the Performing Arts to give lectures on violin arts and performances.
The People’s Daily described him as a “violinist playing with his heart.”