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First Violin Bin HUANG

Second ViolinMin YANG

ViolistBorn Lau

CellistAlexander Suleiman

First Violin :Bin HUANG

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Bin Huang, one of the most outstanding violinists from China, won the First Prize at the Junior Wieniawski International Violin Competition at age 14. She has maintained international prominence, winning both the Paganini International Violin Competition in Genoa, Italy, and the Munich (ARD) International Music Competition in Munich, Germany. Ms. Huang has been universally lauded for her interpretive and technical skills, hailed as “a winner in what matters the most” (The Washington Post) and “a talent that leaves a listener flabbergasted.” (The Sun, Baltimore) Bin Huang's concert career has taken her throughout the world, playing with leading orchestras in important venues.

In 2019, Bin Huang’s piano trio recording with Zhou Yu Bo (piano) and Alexander Suleiman (cello) won the OPUS KLASSIK Prize in Germany. Huang’s live recording of the Beethoven Violin Concerto on Paganini’s own violinthe "Cannon" released by Dynamic label (2013) was praised by Diapason, calling it "an interpretation of the highest class.” Bin Huang’s Baroque Violin Favourites released by Naxos (2003) was given the Editor’s choice in the American Record Guide. Her recordings of The Christmas Story on Dynamic (2013), Complete Mozart Violin Sonatas on Vermeer (2017), Brahms Violin Sonatas on NCPA Recording label (2023)and her live performance of the complete Mozart concertos with the Carlo Felice Theater Orchestra released under the Carlo Felice Theatre Archives (2017) have also won critical acclaim.

Bin Huang is currently the Chair of the Orchestral Instrument Department and Professor of Violin at the China Conservatory of Music. She received her doctorate degree at the Eastman School of Music, where she worked later on as an associate professor of violin. Bin Huang also taught at the Shanghai Conservatory of Music and was a jury member at the 53rd and 55th Paganini International Violin Competition and the 17th Tchaikovsky Competition.

Second Violin:Min YANG


Min Yang was born into a musical family in Beijing. She started to play the violin from the age of five and gave her first public concert the following year. She entered the attached primary school of the Central Conservatory of Music at the age of 8, later on attended the Conservatory itself.

After her studies in China, Min Yang was offered a full scholarship by the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester. Over the next two years she gave a number of recitals across England and Wales whilst studying with Russian violinist Lydia Mordkovitch. She graduated with Diplomas of “Advanced studies in Musical Performance” and “Professional Performance”.

Min Yang worked with the B.B.C. Philharmonic Orchestra after she finished her studies at the R.N.C.M. Three years later, she was appointed as Assistant Concert Master with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra.

Since then, Min Yang has been invited as guest Concert Master with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, the B.B.C. Scottish Symphony Orchestra, the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, the West Australian Symphony Orchestra and

guest co-master with the Hallé Orchestra, English Chamber Orchestra and Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra.

Min Yang held the No.4 position in the first violins in the London Symphony Orchestra for five years, as well as giving solo recitals, concertos, chamber music concerts throughout Europe, Far East, and the Middle East.

She is currently the Head of Chamber Music and Orchestral Studies at the China Conservatory of Music.

Violist: Born Lau



Praised for his “immaculately refined” playing (The Philadelphia Inquirer), violist Born Lau has appeared internationally both as a soloist and chamber musician. A prizewinner of the Primrose International Viola Competition and the Astral National Auditions, he enjoys a career spanning three continents. Career highlights include performances as a soloist with the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia and Trondheim Soloists, performance at the Henry A. Kissinger Prize ceremony in Berlin, and a concert with the esteemed Tokyo String Quartet in Los Angeles. Lau has served as Principal Violist of Shanghai Symphony Orchestra, as well as Guest Principal Violist of San Diego Symphony, Curtis Symphony Orchestra, and Jalisco Philharmonic Orchestra. 

Lau received his education from the Curtis Institute of Music, and the Colburn Conservatory of Music. He has studied with viola teachers including Roberto Diaz, Paul Coletti and Richard Fleischman. Chamber music studies with members of the Emerson, Guarneri and Tokyo String Quartets.

As an educator, Lau has given viola master classes throughout the world, including the Royal Academy of Music, Soochow University, the New World School of the Arts, Washington Conservatory of Music, and the Baptist University. He is currently the Professor of Viola at the China Conservatory of Music in Beijing.

Cellist: Alexander Suleiman


Alexander Suleiman studied with Eldar Issakadze, Daniil Shafran and Natalia Gutman and has won numerous competitions not only with his main instrument but also as a pianist.

He was awarded the first prize in cello at the International Johannes Brahms Competition in Austria and has since been concertizing throughout the world. He has recorded for Naxos, TYXart, Guild Music, and MDG labels and in October 2019 the recording of the piano trios of An-lun Huang together with Bin Huang and Yubo Zhou has been awarded the Opus Klassik prize.

Following his position as a professor of cello at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles for numerous years, Mr. Suleiman is currently teaching as a professor of cello at the China Conservatory of Music in Beijing.

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