Featured in Boston Globe and Hingham Journal, Boston-based concert violinist Ming-hang Tam has performed regularly as a soloist at Duxbury Music Festival, concertmaster with Cambridge Chamber Ensemble, The Company Theatre, and Shift Orchestra Project, as well as section violinist at Boston Philharmonic Orchestra and Plymouth Philharmonic Orchestra. He has appeared in Alice Tully Hall at the Lincoln Center, Boston Symphony Hall, and Kodak Hall at the Eastman Theatre, where he premiered Aaron Jay Kernis’ Symphony No. 4 “Chromelodeon,” and Kevin Puts’ “Letters from Georgia” with Renée Fleming. Mr. Tam serves as a violin faculty artist at South Shore Conservatory, Boston String Academy (also as a teaching artist for Crescendo Music Education of Boston Philharmonic Orchestra), and Suzuki School of Newton. He holds a Master of Music degree in Violin Performance with Academic Honors from the New England Conservatory (NEC) in the studio of Nicholas Kitchen, and a Bachelor of Music degree in Applied Music (Violin) from the Eastman School of Music with Renée Jolles. Named on the Dean’s List for his academic excellence at both schools, Mr. Tam was the recipient of Dean’s Scholarship at NEC, Howard Hanson Scholarship at Eastman, and other merit scholarships at Heifetz International Music Institute, Bowdoin International Music Festival, and Catskill High Peaks Festival.