Pianist Hui-Mei Lin, a native of Taiwan, made her New York solo debut at the Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall as the winner of the Artists International Audition. She was described by the New York Times as “an excellent pianist throughout” and the Taiwan News as “a sensitive and powerful pianist.” Concert tours have taken her to Italy, Canada, Taiwan, including two concerts at the National Concert Hall in Taipei sponsored by the Taiwanese government, and various cities throughout the United States.  Her media broadcast include solo performances at PBS (Maryland), WQXR (New York City), Taiwan Television and China Broadcasting Company.


She has appeared in solo programs at Alice Tully Hall, the Caramoor Music Festival, Friends of Music in Stamford, NY, The Steinway Society of the Bay Area, California, and various colleges throughout the US and Taiwan. As a chamber musician, Hui-Mei has performed with the principal cellist of The New York Philharmonic, Carter Brey, flutist Robert Stallman, soprano Berenice Bramson at the Weill Recital Hall, the New Hungarian Quartet at Taos Chamber Music Festival in New Mexico, the Peregrine Trio throughout the North East. From 2008-2016, Hui-Mei collaborated with pianist Bari Mort as a duo piano team, "Hudson Connection."  The duo performed in many universities, including UC Davis, University of Denver, the Connecticut College, Bard College and Sarah Lawrence College in New York, and a tour in Taiwan in 2016. In 2017-18 season, she performed several solo recitals in New York, California, and Paris (Concerts au Chateau de Ville d'Avray). She frequently performs with her long time cello partner Peter Seidenberg. They have toured together throughout the East coast, New Mexico, Chicago, and Taiwan. 


Hui-Mei received a Bachelor of Music degree from The Hartt School of Music where she was a scholarship student of Raymond Hanson and Anne Koscielny. After graduating from The Hartt School, she received the renowned William Petchek full scholarship to the Master’s program at the Juilliard School. In 2002, she received a Doctoral of Musical Arts degree from the Graduate School of the City University of New York.


Dr. Lin has held the position of Artist in Residence at the King’s College, and Adjunct Professor of the Sacred Heart University in Connecticut. She is also the Music Director at the Briarcliff Congregational Church. Currently she lives in Westchester County with her husband Peter Frost, a choral director and composer.