Paulina Pei-Yin Wu received her Master’s degree in Music- Violin Performance from the Peabody Conservatory of the Johns Hopkins University.
Paulina Pei-Yin grew up in a musical family from Taiwan with chances to see how music education plays a crucial role in children’s and human being’s development in person and interaction. During her classical professional training in music, she had been inspired by so many great instructors and find the meaning of playing violin. As a result, one of her main purposes of teaching is to help and inspire every learner. Other than violin teaching, her experience in holding concerts as a performer gives her a greater view in teaching.
Paulina Pei-Yin made her first solo debut with the orchestra, playing the Mozart Violin concerto No.3 at the age of 17. She had performed with New Music Ensemble Orchestra of National Taiwan Normal University as a soloist under Gordon Chin, playing Tchaikovsky, Mozart Violin Concertos and Contemporary solo piece.
In 2015, She formed an orchestra in her violin recital, playing Mozart Violin Concerto as a conducting soloist. She also had held several recitals chamber music and contemporary music concerts.
Paulina Pei-Yin had several studies and performances in the music schools in Austria. She played several concerts in the local churches, including solo, chamber music and orchestra.
Paulina Pei-Yin has passion for the art of music healing and had involved violin solo performances for volunteer services of the patient resource center in the University of Maryland.