Violinist Ji Eun Hwang was born in South Korea and has performed in the United States, Canada, South Korea, France and Armenia. She began her musical studies at an early age and studied at the Korea National University of Art Preparatory School before earning a Bachelor’s of Music in violin performance at Seoul National University. Afterwards, she completed an Artist Diploma at the Jacobs School of Music of Indiana University with Professor Mark Kaplan and Il-Hwan Bae, and Master of Music at UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music with Professor Pogossian and Varty Manouelian on full scholarship. Hwang has participated in many international music festivals including Tanglewood Music Festival, Sarasota Music Festival, Heifetz International Music Institute, Texas Music Festival, and Pontlevoy Music Festival in France. Her musical development has been furthered in masterclasses with Mihaela Martin, Pamela Frank, Patinka Kopec, Samuel Rhodes, Yale Weiss, Ani Kavafian, Mauricio Fuks, and Lucie Robert. In the past years, she has been featured in many solo and chamber recitals, and won several violin competitions. She played in the Yurim Promising Artist Recital, Young San Young Artist Recital, and performed with the Gwangju Symphony Orchestra and City of Mokpo Symphony Orchestra. Since 2012, she has joined Sejong Soloists as a guest artist and she was a principal violinist of Sejong City Philharmonic Orchestra. She was a recipient of the Mari and Edmund Edelman Scholarship and a violin loan of Stradivarius “Duke of Alcantra” c.1732 to use during her studies. She is currently working as a violinist in Delirium Musicum in LA.