Yunghsuan Lo

Violin, Viola, Piano

Yunghsuan Lo

SAA Member

Yunghsuan Lo is an avid violinist as a soloist, a chamber, and orchestra musician, performing with diverse ensembles in the U.S Germany, China, and her home country Taiwan. Yunghsuan won a position in the Grand Rapids Symphony Orchestra since 2020; occasionally she plays in Lansing Symphony Orchestra, Flint Symphony Orchestra and Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra.

Yunghsuan won the first prize of the American Protege International Piano and Strings Competition in 2019, she performed in the Carnegie Hall in New York.

In 2021, She won the first prize of the New York Golden Classical Music Awards International Competition.

During her time in Taiwan, Yunghsuan was often asked to step up to the front of the stages as a soloist. She has performed “The Lark Ascending” by Vaughan Williams and The Four Seasons-Spring Violin Concerto a soloist in by Vivaldi at Taipei Zhongshan Hall. In 2013, she was selected as a young talented violinist to participate in Taiwan Connection Chamber Orchestra, directed by renowned violinist Nai-Yuan Hu, and playing with professional musicians in many cities in Taiwan.

As a chamber musician, she has joined the International Chamber Soloists and worked intensively with violinist Dmitri Berlinsky and other young musicians. In 2017, she also joined "Camerata Michigan", and performed with cellist Suren Bagratuni. Her talent as a chamber musician let her collaborate with such renowned artists as Nai-Yuan Hu, Dmitri Berlinsky, Suren Bagratuni, Richard Sherman, Chen-Yu Huang, Tao-Chang Yu, Domenic Salerni and the Dali String Quartet.

A dedicated violin instructor, Yunghsaun is passionate about teaching young artists, sharing valuable knowledge of music and providing students with strong technical skills. She served a guest artist at Bard Music Colombia and collaborated with their faculty and students.

Yunghsuan earned her Master of Music degree in Violin Performance from University of Taipei; Doctoral of Music degree in Violin performance from Michigan State University. Her primary teachers have included Tao-Chang Yu, Dmitri Berlinsky, Amy-Oshiro-Morales, Chiu-Sen Chen.

Yunghsuan plays an antique violin by Candi Cesare, c. 1932, sponsored by Chimei Museum Violin Collection.