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Taiwanese violinist Ching-Hsuan Wang brings cross-cultural musical experience as a versatile performer. Ching-Hsuan was the winner of the Walter and Virginia Charles Concerto Contest and was featured as the soloist with the Greeley Chamber Orchestra in 2009. She was the studio violinist for the Taiwanese original movie “Dance. Lazurite” in 2012. While classically trained, she also has a passion for jazz and other genres of music. In 2014, she was featured in jazz vocalist Annie Chen’s original album “Pisces the Dreamer,” recorded in New York. In the summer of 2015, Ching-Hsuan was the featured violinist for the Global Saxophone Quartet tour in Beijing, Tianjing and Wuhan, China. Ching-Hsuan is currently a doctoral student at University of Northern Colorado studying with Jubal Fulks. She received her Master of Music from New York University, and her Bachelor of Music from University of Northern Colorado where she was the recipient of the International Undergraduate Scholarship and the Henry T. & Blanche L. Ginsburg Music Scholarship. She has had the honor of working with Gregory Fulkerson and Richard Fuchs, and has performed in master classes for Kerry DuWors, Gao Can, Peter Herresthal and Michele Walsh.