Thursday, 19 January 2012


The 24-year-old violinist made his international debut when he was 12 at the Grammy Awards in 2000, drawing a standing ovation from the legendary Isaac Stern.
Hahn-Bin's ground-breaking Carnegie performance in October 2009 was lauded by The New York Times as "inspired, innovative and bracing".
In a genre of his own - one he calls Avant-Pop Classical - the bold young virtuoso's theatrical performances give rise to his strikingly personal tales about "love, fear, beauty and terror".