Violinist Jiuri Yu Ms. Yu is violinist originally from Jilin, China, where she first began her violin studies at the early age of four. Ms. Yu more formally decided to pursue violin performance as a career at the age of ten, when she attended the Middle School musical program attached to the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing. After completing her Freshman year in Beijing, Ms. Yu travelled to the United States and continued her conservatory life at the Boston Conservatory at Berklee, where she received her Bachelor degree of violin performance (2015) and Masters degree (2017) under the guidance of Mr. Markus Placci. In 2020, Ms. Yu earned her second Master degree in the University of Massachusetts, she was a Teaching Assistant of Prof. Elizabeth Chang. During her student period, she participated in the Texas Musical Festival (2014), Round Top Festival (2015), Kent/Blossom Music Festival (2016) and Festival Napa Valley Academy (2017), all with full scholarship.
As a multi musician, Jiuri is currently a violin instructor at the Key notes school of Music and Maestro Musicians Academy. Jiuri is also an active orchestra musician, she is currently a regular member of the Cape Ann orchestra, Glens Falls symphony, South Carolina Philharmonic, and York Symphony Orchestra. As a performer, Jiuri has made her appearances in the Carnegie Hall, Sanders Theater, Jordan Hall, Koger Center for the Arts, Garde Theater and Appell Center for the Performing Arts.
Jiuri has recently found that teaching young children gives her great joy, especially dealing when with the complexities of personalities as they arise and the challenge of motivating and molding young minds.