Pianist Gloria Lin has performed to critical acclaim at New York’s Carnegie Hall, Symphony Space, the United Nations, locally at the Cliburn at the Modern and at the Fort Worth Chamber Music Society, and at prestigious venues internationally in Asia and South America. Gloria Lin made her New York concerto debut at Alice Tully Hall as the winner of the Grand Prize at the Young Keyboard Artist Association International Competition, and performed with Stanisław Skrowaczewski as the winner of the Dora Zaslavsky Koch Piano Competition. She is also the winner of the Kosciuszko Foundation’s Chopin Competition, and of the First Prize at the Taiwan National Youth Piano Competition.
Gloria Lin presented premiere performances of music written by Esteban Benzecry, Martin Blessinger, Blaise Ferrandino, Luis Jorge González, and Till Meyn. Her discography includes Rapsodia Latina (Filarmonika) and Robert Xavier Rodrίguez: Music for Cello and Piano(Albany Records).
Dr. Lin was educated at the Juilliard School, the Interlochen Arts Academy, where she received the United States Presidential Award, the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, Manhattan School of Music, and earned a Doctor of Music degree at Indiana University-Bloomington. She studied piano and chamber music with Martin Canin, Isidore Cohen, Rostislav Dubinsky, Leon Fleisher, Joseph Kalischtein, Ani Kavafian, Martin Katz, Nina Lelchuk, Solomon Mikowsky, György Sebök, and Fred Sherry.
An avid learner and multi-faceted talent, Dr. Lin is the founder of The Music Conservatory at Fort Worth Country Day School. Additionally, she is currently pursuing an Executive Masters of Business Administration at the Texas Christian University Neeley School of Business.