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Belle Ting 丁章媛

"Her interpretation is bright and delicate... the upliftingly beautiful music flows. In the [Finale. Allegro energico], alongside noticeable joy of playing, the effortless playing is particularly noteworthy."


- Der Neue Merker

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Wiener Konzerthaus 


Young Artists Showcase


CFOS Festival with Ania and Sophie Druml, Margaret Kim

Mozarthaus Vienna

06.09.2024 -07.09.2024

Brahms Double Concerto

National Taiwan Symphony Orchestra 

Taichung, Taipei


Ravel Festival




Casalmaggiore Festival



Gutenberg Chamber Music

Mainz, Germany


Beethoven Violin Concerto

Santiago, Chile

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“A lyrical and scintillating performance... Ting projected a rich tone in her lower register, and showed impressive agility in complex passages: Her stage presence was as charming as her violin playing."

Cleveland Classical


Violinist Belle Ting is recognized for her finely nuanced interpretations, her versatile and extensive repertoire, as well as her innovative themed recital programming. 


Belle has collaborated with orchestras including the National Taiwan Symphony Orchestra, Cleveland Symphony Orchestra, Polish Baltic Philharmonic Gdansk, Armenian State Symphony Orchestra, and the Odense Symphony Orchestra, under conductors that include Eiji Oue, Lan Shui, Gabor Kali. 

Gaining acclaim by winning top prizes at the International Brahms Competition and the International Khachaturian Competition, she has since performed to at venues including the Wiener Musikverein and the Wiener Konzerthaus, as well as at events that include the Verbier Festival and the Progetto Martha Argerich (Lugano).


Belle's debut album, “Impressions”, focuses on the works of French Impressionism: Her performances have also been broadcast on ORF, IDAGIO, Classic FM and


She currently studies with Anne Shih (MMus, HfM Mainz) and Eckhard Fischer (KE, HfM Detmold), and plays on a 1952 Ansaldo Poggi, on loan from a private sponsor.

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