Pianist Hsiao-Ling Lin, a native of Taiwan, joined the keyboard department faculty at the University of Colorado at Boulder in fall of 2011. Lin enjoys an active performing career as a collaborative pianist throughout the world in such prestigious halls as the Weill Hall at Carnegie in New York and the Rachmaninoff Hall in Moscow. Her performances have been broadcasted live over the radio, and she has collaborated with many distinguished artists including: Lynn Harrell, Matt Haimovitz, Kenneth Grant, Basil Reeve, and members of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, New York Philharmonic, St. Louis Symphony Orchestra and so on.
She has appeared at numerous festivals with fellowship and scholarship including: the Music Academy of the West, the Banff Centre for the Arts, Musicorda, and the International Festival-Institute at Round Top; She has been a staff pianist at Musicorda, the International Festival-Institute at Round Top, Boston Conservatory, the Chicago College of Performing Arts at Roosevelt University and Northwestern University. Since the summer of 2012, she has been invited by the Meadowmount School for Strings in New York to work as their staff pianist. Lin is near completion of her Doctor of Music Degree in Piano Performance and Collaborative Arts from Northwestern University where she works with James Giles and Elizabeth Buccheri; additionally, she holds Degrees from the New England Conservatory and DePaul University under the guidance of Victor Rosenbaum and Eteri Andjaparidze.