Min-Hui Lin, Flute
Ming-Hui Lin is an active flutist and the music educator in Twin Cities. She performs as a substitute flutist in the Minnesota Opera Orchestra and South Dakota Symphony Orchestra for years. She made her debut at the Upper Midwest Flute Association as the First Price winner for the young artist competition in 2016, and was elected to be the Vice President for this association in 2019. She also won the Second Price in 2018 for the Scholarship competition held by Schubert club and was awarded the lifelong membership of the National Music Honor Society Pi Kappa Lambda at Boston University.
After relocated to Minnesota, she performed a concerto with the University Symphony Orchestra at the University of Minnesota at Twin Cities and went on a tour to Germany performing the St. Matthew Passion cooperated with Hochschule für Musik at Detmold, Germany. Besides actively engaging in performing arts, she was also selected as a mentor for the Greater Twin Cities Youth Symphony and the University of Minnesota Campus Orchestra.
As a doctoral candidate (ABD) in Flute Performance at the University of Minnesota, Ming-Hui also focuses on Music Theory as the secondary area. She also holds a Master of Music degree in Flute Performance at the Boston University, the Bachelor of Music degree in Flute Performance at the Fu Jen Catholic University in Taiwan. Her teacher includes Immanuel Davis, Julia Bogorad-Kogan, Elizabeth Ostling, and Sarah Wu.