Violinist Katie Hyun has performed as a soloist with the Houston Symphony, the Dallas Chamber Orchestra, Concerto Soloists Orchestra in Philadelphia, the Philadelphia Orchestra, the Yale Philharmonia, and the Columbia Festival Orchestra, among others. She has also appeared on the television program 'Good Morning Texas,' and on Garrison Keillor's 'Prairie Home Companion', with bassist Nathan Farrington.

As an active chamber musician, she is a member of the award winning Amphion String Quartet, which took First Prize at the Concert Artists Guild Victor Elmaleh Competition, and has an upcoming residency with the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center Two in New York. Additionally, she is involved with LE TRAIN BLEU, an ensemble formed by internationally celebrated flutist and conductor Ransom Wilson. She enjoys a variety of styles, as reflected in her collaborations with other prominent artists including Ani Kavafian, Carter Brey, Edgar Meyer, Masaaki Suzuki, William Purvis, Mike Marshall, and Robert Mealy. She recently gave the premiere of Matthew Barnson's Violin Sonata No. 2, and is scheduled to give the world premiere of Wei-Chieh Lin's Double Concerto for Violin and Cello in January 2013. Katie is the founder and director of Quodlibet Ensemble, a Baroque chamber orchestra that made its debut in December of 2008 to great acclaim, and has since been invited annually to perform at the Maxwell Shepherd Foundation Series in Collinsville, CT, as well as the British Arts Center in Yale University.

Katie received her Artist Diploma at the Yale School of Music, studying with Ani Kavafian, and her Masters Degree at the State University of New York in Stony Brook, where she studied with Pamela Frank, Ani Kavafian, and Philip Setzer. She studied with Aaron Rosand and Pamela Frank at the Curtis Institute of Music where she received her Bachelors degree.

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