A little about me...
Born in Taiwan, Yu-Hsuan began studying the flute at an early age. In 2009, she entered the CRR Rueil-Malmaison in the class of Philippe Pierlot with which she obtained her awards of excellence and virtuosity unanimously with the congratulations of the jury, as well as a prize in chamber music in the class of Michel Moraguès. She obtained her Bachelor degree in 2014 and her Master’s degree in Concert Performance in 2016 at the Haute École de musique de Lausanne under the teacher José-Daniel Castellon. She was admitted to Hochschule Luzern as Master Soloist in the class of Pirmin Grehl and Sarah Rumer which she successfully completed this in 2018.
During these years she received many prizes such as the 2nd prize at the CNEM in Riddes, 1st prize of Cultural Art Prize of the city Yunlin (Taiwan), 2nd prize (1st prize not awarded) and the Special Prize at the 16th International Competition Gheorghe Dima in Romania, she also received a scholarship from the Irene Dénéréaz Foundation, and she was laureate of the Nicati – de Luze scholarship in 2018.
Since 2017, she is part of the contemporary ensemble Sargo and Diachronie, and has been selected by the International Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra in Lugano and as a substitute in l’Orchestre de Chambre de Lausanne.