Yuhsin Su, from Taipei, Taiwan is known for her “unique vision” and “dedicated musical interpretations”. As a clarinetist and pianist, Ms. Su has performed as an adventurous collaborator and soloist around the world.
Ms. Su was the 2017 first price winner of the Backun International Clarinet Competition, junior division. In 2013 and 2014, Ms. Su was the top prize winner in the HSNU concerto competition, performing works by Weber and Mozart. A year later, she was awarded a full scholarship to participate the International Morningside Music Bridge in Canada. She subsequently won third prize at the 18th Morningside Music Bridge Concerto Competition, as well as the audience prize. In 2017, Ms. Su won the first prize of the Young Classical Virtuoso of Tomorrow Music Competition.
Ms. Su entered the prestigious Curtis Institute of Music at the age of 16. She was chosen to be one of the Curtis 20/21 Ensemble members, which offered her opportunities to perform Pierrot Lunaire in fully choreographed productions at the Kimmel Center, Columbia University, Kennedy Center and Curtis Field Recital Hall. Ms. Su studies with Anthony McGill, principal clarinetist of the New York Philharmonic and Ricardo Morales, principal clarinetist of The Philadelphia Orchestra. In 2015, she released her first album “The Best of My First Fifteen Years”.