Yuan Yuan

violin lessons dallas tx Violin and Viola Beginner to advanced All ages Classical, Jazz

How long have you been playing violin and viola?

Over 23 years.

  • 2nd Medalist for China Grand Violin Competition (2000)
  • Winner of La Sierra Concerto Competition (2011)
  • Performed in China Philharmonic Symphony (2009-2010)
  • Dallas Live Orchestra (2013 – present)
  • Richardson Symphony (2013 – present)
  • Invited from Chinese Government to perform for Barack Obama in Beijing (2009)
  • Published first album with Beijing String Quartet (2009)
Artist Yuan Yuan was praised as “one of the most oriental temperament violinist” in the China Times. Ms.Yuan has appeared as guest soloist, chamber musician, orchestral musician with all the major orchestras in her native country China, including China Philharmonic Orchestra, China Opera. Beijing Symphony, National Center Orchestra, and internationally with Moscow Chamber Orchestra, Loma Linda Symphony, Dallas City Orchestra, Seoul Chamber Orchestra, Dallas Pop Orchestra and Meadows Symphony Orchestra. Ms.Yuan is a frequent guest artist of prestigious concert series throughout the world, such as Walt Disney Concert Hall, Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles. Seoul Arts Center in South Korea. The Kremlin in Moscow, Russia, Shang Hai Arts Center, National Grand Theater, Beijing Concert Hall in China, Morton Meyerson Symphony Center, Winspear Opear House, Dallas Performance Hall and American Airlines Center in Dallas U.S. She has also collaborated with artists such as: Yo-Yo Ma, Daniel Barenboim, Seiji Ozawa, pinchas Zukerman, Lang Lang, Yundi Li and Chuan-Yun Lee.

Ms.Yuan, was born in Dalian China, began studying the violin at the age of five and went on to study at the Central Conservatory Of Music in Beijing. In 2010, She moved to Los Angeles and got her Artist Diploma and has lived in Dallas since 2013. Yuan was invited to play concerts with Michal Buble, Diana Ross, Kenny G, Ben Folds, Trans-Siberian Orchestra and Celtic Women. Ms.Yuan has participated in a number of major competitions including: winner of China’s National Violin competition, and second prize of Country Grand Violin Competition, winner of La Sierra Concerto Competition. In 2009, Ms.Yuan released her first CD with Beijing String Quartet and Dulcimer. Yuan recorded cinematic music with Chinese composer Dun Tan. The movie score was nominated for a Grammy in 2008. Ms.Yuan is also a composer/performer writing music for the violin and piano, cello, viola and vocals.
As with her musical talent, Ms.Yuan, is also a renowned young calligrapher in China. She released her first work in 2002 and has won more than 30 international awards for her skill.