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Jenny Lin

The Taiwan-born American pianist Jenny Lin (b.1973) is recognized as one of the most successful young pianists of today. Martha Argerich said of her: Miss Jenny Lin is a very gifted young musician and a brilliant pianist. She plays in a very suggestive way, and she also has warmth and imagination.' With a repertoire ranging from Bach to Zorn, her ability to combine classical, rare and contemporary literature has brought her to the attention of international critics and audiences.
Born in Taiwan and raised in Austria, Jenny studied with Noel Flores at the Hochschule für Musik in Vienna, with Julian Martin at the Peabody Conservatory (Artist Diploma) in Baltimore, and with Dominique Weber in Geneva. She has also worked with Leon Fleisher, Richard Goode, and Blanca Uribe, and with Dimitri Bashkirov and Andreas Staier at the Fondazione Internazionale per il pianoforte in Como, Italy. She holds a bachelor's degree in German Literature from The Johns Hopkins University and currently resides in New York City where she also serves on the faculty of the 92nd Street Y.

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