Annapolis Symphony Orchestra Violinist
Hanbing Jia has been performed as soloist and ensemble musician in US, Europe and his native China. He has performed with Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, China Philharmonic Orchestra, China National Opera, Shenzhen symphony orchestra, and beyond. He currently serves as section first violin in National Philharmonic Orchestra, Annapolis Symphony Orchestra and Delaware Symphony Orchestra.
Jia has won numerous competitions, including Premium Gold Award at the 2018 4th International String Competition of Hong Kong International Arts Platform. He has performed as soloist and recitalist in locations including UK, Spain, Austria and China. He found and served as the first violin in Ming-De Quartet, which is prize-winner of China National Jinzhong String Quartet competition in 2011. He performed chamber recital with Ming-De Quartet in Beijing, Tianjin, Guangzhou, Shenzhen. In December 2011, Mr. Jia was invited to play chamber concert with Ming-De Quartet for President of Poland Mr. Bronisław Komorowski.
Hanbing Jia started his violin study at age four. He received his Master of Music degree and Graduate Performance Diploma from Peabody Conservatory of Johns Hopkins University. His teacher includes Herbert Greenberg, Oleg Rylatko, Paul Kantor, Gregory Lee, Frank Ge-Fang Yang, Doris Lederer, Andrzej Grabiec and Antoine Goulard. He previously received his Bachelor of Music degree from Renmin University of China, studied with renowned violinist and pedagogue Ke-Qiang Sui.