Ming-Hui Lin is a flute faculty at the University of Minnesota Morris and an ABD Doctoral Candidate in Flute Performance with a secondary area in Music Theory at the University of Minnesota under the guidance of Professor Immanuel Davis. In 2015, Ming-Hui received her Master of Music degree in flute performance and was awarded the lifelong membership of the National Music Honor Society Pi Kappa Lambda at Boston University where she studied with Elizabeth Ostling, the associate principal flutist in the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Ming-Hui is an active soloist, orchestral, and chamber musician. She has participated in many concerts including the chamber and orchestra in Taiwan, Japan, China, Europe, and the United States. She is a second flute of the Mankato Symphony Orchestra and a substitute flute of the South Dakota Symphony Orchestra and Minnesota Opera Orchestra. She is also the prizewinner in several competitions. Recently, she won the third prize of the South Carolina Flute Society young artist competition, the second prize of the Schubert Club Scholarship Competition, and the first prize of the Upper Midwest Flute Association Young Artist Competition.
You can find Ming-Hui’s 2022 Spring Music Competition flute performance here.