Australian violinist Emily Sun is rapidly gaining international recognition as a rising soloist. She was recently named the 2018 ABC Australian Young Performer of the Year and was awarded the Gold Medal and Commonwealth Musician of the Year at the 2016 Royal Over-Seas League Music Competition UK - the first violinist to win the award since 1981. Her widely acclaimed debut album for ABC Classics, Nocturnes with pianist Andrea Lam, is nominated in the 2021 ARIA Awards for 'Best Classical Album'.
In 2022, Emily returns to Australia to perform with the West Australian Symphony Orchestra, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, for Musica Viva at Melbourne Recital Centre, UKARIA Cultural Centre, the Art Gallery of NSW, and more. Recent performances include at Princess Alexandra Hall in the presence of HRH Princess Alexandra, Seoul Arts Centre, Flagey Brussels and festivals including the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Crans Montana Classics Switzerland and Lichfield Festival UK. Emily made her China orchestral debut with the Qingdao Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Tan Dun, debuts at Wigmore Hall, Bridgewater Hall and Moscow's Tchaikovsky Great Hall, and performed Bach’s Double Violin Concerto with Maxim Vengerov at Buckingham Palace in the presence of HRH Prince of Wales. In Australia Emily's recent highlights include Sydney Festival, a national tour for Musica Viva Australia, and as soloist with the Queensland and Melbourne Symphony Orchestras.