Dindin Jingyi Wang
Dindin studied in Melbourne for 6 years with Fintan Murphy and was a member of the Melbourne String Ensemble for four years performing as a leader, concerto soloist and participating in masterclasses with players such as Dale Barltrop, concertmaster of the Melbourne Symphony.
Dindin has been a prize winner in several awards including the 2019 Melbourne Recital Centre Bach Competition Richard Mills First Prize and the winner of the 2018 Australian Kendall National Violin Competition. In 2019, Dindin was selected to participate the 2019 Morningside Music Bridge on a full scholarship and after a period of study with Margaret Batjer as a Kohl scholar at the Colburn school in Los Angeles, Dindin will leave Australia again in September to study at Curtis Institute with Ida Kavafian.
Melbourne String Ensemble acknowledges the Wurundjeri, Woi-Wurrung people of the Kulin Nation, upon whose Country we are based and recognises their continuing connections to community, culture and country. We pay our respect to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.