Peiming Lin joined the National Symphony Orchestra in September 2019. He was previously the associate principal second violin of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra but he played as acting principal second violin during his time there. He has also been a member of the New World Symphony and was a substitute with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra and Minnesota Orchestra. In addition to serving as concertmaster of the Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra, New England Conservatory’s Philharmonia Orchestra, and its self-conducted Chamber Orchestra, he has been the assistant principal second violin of the Cabrillo Festival Orchestra.
He has performed in festivals including New York String Seminar, Aspen Music Festival, Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music, and Tanglewood Music Center. As a chamber musician, he has received mentorship from members of the Borromeo, Cleveland, Concord, Guarneri, and Juilliard quartets.
A native of Troy, Michigan, Lin received his Bachelor of Music degree from the University of Michigan and spent his final semester abroad studying with Sylvie Gazeau at the Conservatoire de Paris. He holds a Master of Music degree from the New England Conservatory, where he studied under former Boston Symphony Orchestra concertmaster Malcolm Lowe. Other notable musical influences include Sylvia Rosenberg, Almita Vamos, and Sally Thomas.