Korean-American violinist Anna Lim was raised in Honolulu, Hawaii and played her first concert at age 8 as a soloist with the Honolulu Symphony. Since then Ms. Lim has performed throughout the United States, Europe and Asia in her many capacities as chamber musician, soloist and orchestral player. She is a founding member of the Laurel Piano Trio, praised by the New York Times for their “lustrous tone and unerring interpretive intelligence”. The group has won prizes at both the Concert Artists Guild Competition and the ProPiano Competition in New York and has served as ensemble-in-residence at numerous music festivals and organizations, including WQXR (radio station of the New York Times), the Tanglewood Music Festival and the Portland Chamber Music Festival. A keen advocate for new music, Ms. Lim is the violinist of the New Millennium Ensemble, winner of the Naumburg Chamber Music Award. She has premiered and recorded many new works, including music of American composers Morton Feldman, John Adams and Donald Martino. She is a frequent guest of Talea Ensemble, the DaCapo Chamber Players, and the New York New Music Ensemble. Ms. Lim has participated in music festivals such as Marlboro, Ravinia, Prussia Cove, Tanglewood, White Mountain Music Festival, Monadnock Music, Weekend of Chamber Music, Laurel Festival of the Arts, Music Mountain, Maverick Concerts and the Wellesley Composers’ Conference. She teaches violin at Princeton University, where she is a member of the Richardson Chamber Players. She received a B.A. from Harvard University and completed her Diplom at the Mozarteum in Salzburg. Her teachers include Sandor Vegh, Arnold Steinhardt, Gerhard Schulz, Ernst Kovacic and Louis Krasner.