Sunghae Anna Lim has performed extensively throughout the United States, Central America, Europe and Japan. She is a founding member of the Laurel Trio and, as violinist of the New Millennium Ensemble, Ms. Lim won the Naumburg Chamber Music Award and gave a debut recital at Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center. She is actively involved in contemporary music, premiering and recording numerous works by living composers. Recent highlights include the premier performance of the Second Violin sonata by the late Donald Martino and a recording of Alexander Steinert’s violin sonata of 1921. Ms. Lim has participated in music festivals such as the Marlboro Music Festival, Ravinia, Prussia Cove, Tanglewood, the Portland Chamber Music Festival, the Wellesley Composers’ Conference, Monadnock Music Festival, Bennington Chamber Music Conference and the Laurel Festival of the Arts.
Ms. Lim currently teaches violin at Princeton University where she also leads the Richardson Chamber Players. She has recorded for Bridge Records, Koch International, CRI, Centaur Records and Newport Classics and has worked with conductor Robert Craft to record chamber works of Webern for the Naxos label. She received a B.A. from Harvard University in German History and Literature and completed her Diplom at the Mozarteum in Salzburg. Her teachers include Sandor Vegh, Arnold Steinhardt, Louis Krasner and Gerhard Schulz.