A Native of Kaohsiung, Taiwan, violinist I-Ching Li began her violin studies at age of nine. I-Ching has been praised for her depth of insight, virtuosity and creative flair. Her virtuosic performances had gained her top prizes at numerous competitions, both as a soloist and chamber musician. She started her position at the National Symphony Or-chestra of Taiwan first as the associate concertmaster in 2002, and since 2004 bcame to serve as the concertmaster.
I-Ching enjoyed having a multifaceted career as soloist, orchestra member, chamber musician and teacher. She has won prizes including including Musicorda Concerto Compeitition, Massachusetts String Teacher Competition, Heida Hermann Interna-tional Compeition, and among others. She has premiered the works of Grammy Award Winner John Corgliano, Alan Fletcher, John Harbison, Susan Botti.
I-Ching has appeared under the baton of some of the worlds’ premier conductors, in-cluding Lorn Mazzel, Seigi Ozawa, James Levine, Christopher Echenbach, Wen-Pin Chien, and among others. She is excited about the prospect of developing her skills as an artist and collaboration with musicians both locally and abroad.
Being a mom, I-ching recently devoted herself on music educational concert. She has participated on production on NSO Kids Series Concert “Mommy’s Stories” and rec-orded an album “The Naughty Mozart”; I-ching has recently taken parts on produc-tion of CloudGate Theater for Kids “ A First Gift for the Child ” and received a great success.