Paulina started learning piano at the age of 4 and the violin at the age of 7. Ms. Paulina's pursuit of her musical career led her to Peabody Conservatory of the Johns Hopkins University, where she obtained a Master of Music Degree. Her musical foundation was laid at the National Taiwan Normal University, earning her a Bachelor of Music Degree in Violin, while also embracing piano and voice.
Her ascent commenced with a victory at the New Taipei Municipal High School Concerto Competition, followed by a remarkable solo debut with an orchestra at just 17, performing Mozart's Violin Concerto No. 3.
Ms. Paulina's virtuosity extended across continents where she is an active performer in violin, piano, chamber music, festivals and orchestras. As a soloist, she graced stages with the New Music Ensemble Orchestra of the National Taiwan Normal University, rendering Tchaikovsky and Mozart Violin Concertos, as well as contemporary pieces. She assumed the role of concertmaster in esteemed ensembles including the Peabody Symphony Orchestra and the New Music Ensemble Orchestra.
Global pursuits enriched her artistry through masterclasses and performances in Austria's esteemed music festivals, such as the Salzburg Sommerakademie Mozarteum and Festal Musikschule Großraming.
Ms. Paulina has had over 8 years of experience teaching violin, piano and string orchestra sectionals. As a passionate educator, Ms. Paulina's influence spread from orchestras like the Taipei Century Symphony Orchestra to her dedicated private music instruction. Her impact reached the United States, where she taught at the Music Tree School in Richmond, Virginia.
In 2021, Ms. Paulina established her own studio, seamlessly transitioning between in-person and virtual lessons, adapting to evolving music education trends. Her journey continues as she weaves her passion, expertise, and dedication into a melody that resonates across borders and generations.