2021 Arkady Fomin Scholarship Fund recipient
Yun Tang had success in international stages for her passionate and elegant style. In the February 2020, she has won the 2nd prize of Mozart International Violin Competition Salzburg. She made her debut at Salzburger Festspiele in the July 2021, performing Beethoven Triple Concerto with Salzburg Orchester Solisten.
She is also prizewinner of Sweden International Duo Competition (1st prize, 2019), Concorso Ruggiero Ricci Salzburg (1st prize, 2019), Shanghai Isaac Stern International Violin Competition (6th prize, 2018), Yankelevitch International Violin Competition (3rd prize, 2018), International Violin Competition “Andrea Postacchini” (2nd prize, 2017), Schoenfeld International String Competition (1st prize, 2016).
Yun appeared as soloist with orchestras, including China Philharmonic, Shanghai Symphony Orchestra, Shanghai Philharmonic, Guangzhou Symphony Orchestra, Zhejiang Chinese Orchestra, the Viennese Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, Salzburg Chamber Soloist, Omsk Philharmonic Russia, Lausanne Camerata and Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra.
As a vivid musician in both solo and chamber, She has made appearances in festivals such as Shanghai Spring International Music Festival，Shanghai MISA Summer Festival, Bowdoin Festival in United States, Gstaad Menuhin Festival in Switzerland.
Her major mentors include Lina Yu, Pierre Amoyal, Rainer Schmidt and Evgueni Sinaiski. She was also inspired by great artists under their guidance, such as Gerhard Schulz, Benjamin Schmid, Pavel Gililov, and Jacques Rouvier.
She received her bachelor’s degree at Shanghai Conservatory of Music, and her master’s degree at Mozarteum University Salzburg. She has archieved China National Scholarship in 2013 and 2020. Currently she is persueing doctor’s degree at Shanghai Conservatory of Music, and Certificate of Performance (chamber) at Musik und Kunst Privatuniversität der Stadt Wien.