Originally from Taiwan, Wan-Chun Hu is a classically trained musician and music teacher. Wan-Chun started his musical journey at the age of 5, playing both the piano and the violin. When he was 8, he was accepted to the Yancheng school, an institution specializing in music education. In 2013, Wan-Chun moved to the US to attend the Eastman School of Music, one of the most prestigious music conservatories in the country. He went on to receive his Master of Music degree and Artist Diploma from DePaul University, and is currently pursuing his Doctor of Musical Arts degree at Rutgers University.
In 2020, Wan-Chun won the second prize at the American Protege International Competition and was chosen to perform in Carnegie Hall (which unfortunately did not happen due to COVID). Additionally, Wan-Chun has won several orchestra positions, including first violin with the Annapolis Symphony, second violin with the Binghamton Philharmonic, and substitute violin with the Buffalo Philharmonic and Allentown Symphony.