Angela Sin Ying Chan

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Angela Sin Ying Chan is a Hong Kong/China violinist.

Some highlights among her awards are the 1st Prize and concerto performance award of the 8th International Louis Spohr Competition, the 2nd prize of the 2nd Harbin International Music Competition, and the laureate of the Michael Hill International Competition. She was recently selected as a finalist at the Shanghai Issac Stern Violin Competition.

Chan has appeared with orchestras including The Staatskapelle Weimar Orchestra, China Philharmonic Orchestra, EOS Orchestra, Hong Kong Symphonia, and the Chamber Orchestra of the Curtis Institute of Music. She has also held recitals in Beijing, Xiamen, Shenzhen, Guizhou, Hong Kong, and Philadelphia.

Chan founded the AYA Piano Trio in 2013, which was awarded the First Prize in WDAV Chamber Competition and the Yellow Spring Competition. AYA Piano Trio is currently represented by Jean Schreiber Management.

Chan holds a bachelor’s degree from the Curtis Institute of Music, where she studied with Shmuel Ashkenasi, Pamela Frank, and Aaron Rosand. With a full scholarship granted, she is currently pursuing her master’s degree at the New England Conservatory with Donald Weilerstein.