Max Tan - Violin

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Born in Rockville, Maryland in 1993, Taiwanese-American violinist Max Tan has performed as soloist with the Juilliard Orchestra, Longwood Symphony, Harvard-Radcliffe Orchestras, and others, appearing on prominent stages in the United States and Europe. An alumnus of Yellow Barn, Ravinia Steans Music Institute, and the Perlman Music Program, Mr. Tan is deeply devoted to advocacy and global citizenship, joining the artist rosters of the Si-Yo Music Foundation, the Center for Musical Excellence, and Music for Food. Mr. Tan serves as faculty assistant to Catherine Cho at The Juilliard School where he completed his master’s degree and Artist Diploma. A Harvard graduate, he has been recognized for his dedicated work in both science and the arts and was just recently awarded the 2019 Arthur Foote Prize from the Harvard Musical Association. Mr. Tan performs on the c.1692 Avery Fisher Stradivarius on generous loan from The Juilliard School.