Taiwan-born Australian violinist Ray Chen skyrocketed to worldwide stardom with back-to-back wins in the 2008 Yehudi Menuhin International Competition and 2009 Queen Elizabeth Competition. Hardly 21 years of age during his Queen Elizabeth triumph, Chen appeared to defy the chances along with his victories, leading to many observers to recall the final time so younger an instrumentalist swept first awards at major contests in consecutive years. Though he offers signed a documenting agreement with Sony and posesses busy routine of appearances at most exclusive concert venues throughout the world, Chen still discovers time to keep research with iconic violinist Aaron Rosand. Chen’s repertory consumes an extensive range of functions by J.S. Bach, Tartini, Beethoven, Brahms, Paganini, Franck, Wieniawski, Bartók, Prokofiev, Barber, and many more. Many others, certainly; he continues to be dealing with Rosand to expand his currently huge repertory. Ray Chen was created in Taiwan on March 6, 1989. Elevated in Australia, he demonstrated remarkable skills within the violin as a kid with 15 began research in the Curtis Institute. At that time he had been a virtuoso and the amount of his talent quickly grew. At 19 he came into the Menuhin Competition, kept in Cardiff, Wales, and captured 1st prize. His triumph in the even more exclusive 2009 Queen Elizabeth Competition obviously foreshadowed a significant career. And as though all of this weren’t plenty of, he also received the Adolescent Concert Performers Auditions in ’09 2009! Chen debuted in the Kennedy Middle in Washington, D.C., to great acclaim on Dec 8, 2009, inside a demanding program of functions by Tartini, Bach, Franck, and Sarasate. His NEW YORK debut at Merkin Hall on January 12, 2010, also drew rave notices. In March 2010, Chen authorized a multi-year special agreement with Sony Classics. Further acclaimed concerts adopted, including Chen’s overall performance from the Mendelssohn Violin Concerto with the brand new Shirt Symphony Orchestra, in Sept 2010. Chen came back towards the 2010 Menuhin Competition, kept in Oslo, Norway, to execute on the starting concert. In January 2011 Chen’s first Compact disc, Virtuoso, was released by Sony. It included functions by Wieniawski, Tartini, Bach, and Franck, and presented accompaniments by pianist Noreen Polera. Chen after that became the youngest designer to perform inside a Nobel Reward Concert in its background when he made an appearance within the 2012 program.