Daniel Yin-Chou Hung

Violin
Daniel Yin-Chou Hung

Violinist Dr. Yin-Chou Hunga native of Kaohsiung, Taiwan, earned a doctoral degree in violin performance at the Eastman School of Music.  Mr. Hung studied with the legendary Ukranian violinist Oleh Krysa, the winner of four international violin competitions, including Tschaikovsky, Paganini, Montreal, Winieawski, and served as his teaching assistant for six years.  He holds both Doctoral and Master degrees at the Eastman School in Violin Performance.  

Mr. Hung has maintained a busy schedule of performing engagements as both a soloist and a chamber musician and performed in major international cities, such as Shanghai, Hangzou, Wenzhou, Kunming, Tokyo, Nagoya, New York, Los Angeles, Paris, Graz, San Diego, Toronto.  Mr. Hung has also participated in several music festivals, including the Beverly Hills International Music Festival, Shanghai International Summer Music Festival, Lake Winnepesaukee Festival, National Orchestral Institute, American Institute of Musical Studies (Graz, Austria) and Windmere Music Festival in Canada, collaborating with numerous conductors, such as David Effron, Marion Alsop, Maximilliam Valdez, Christoph von Dohnányi, and Robert Shaw.  As a chamber musician, Mr. Hung has collaborated with many world-class musicians, including Robert McDonald, Barry Snyder, Yundi Li, and Oleh Krysa.  His string quartet performance in the St. Stephan’s Dome (Vienna, Austria) was broadcast over Radio Wien. In 1999, he collaborated with renowned violinist Oleh Krysa in a chamber music concert in Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center in New York.  In addition to chamber music, he has given solo recitals throughout U.S, France, Germany, , Canada, and Japan, including the Ford Performing Arts Center in Toronto, Taiwanese Cultural Foundation in San Diego, and Munetsugu Hall in Nagoya.

Mr. Hung is currently served as an assistant professor of violin at the Fu-Jen Catholic University.