As a violinist, Judy Hung has appeared as soloist with the Chautauqua Music Festival Orchestra, San Francisco Conservatory Baroque Ensemble, National Sun Yat-sen University Orchestra, McGill Baroque Orchestra, and Lakeshore Chamber Orchestra. She is the winner of the Taiwan Violin Competition, Kaohsiung Violin Competition, and Sewanee International Music Festival Chamber Music Competition.
Judy Hung holds a Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Violin Performance with Orchestral Conducting minor from Louisiana State University, and has completed Master’s degrees in Violin, Piano and Early Music Performance respectively from San Francisco Conservatory of Music, Syracuse University and McGill University. She is a recipient of McGill University’s Provost’s Fellowship, Syracuse University’s Piano Excellence Award & the Research and Creative Grant, Louisiana Music Awards, and Yamaha Music Awards. She is also an honorary member of the Pi Kappa Lambda National Music Honorary Membership and the Phi Tau Phi Honorary Membership.
Her principal teachers include Camilla Wicks, Kevork Mardirossian, Wen-liang Yiu (violin) and Jerzy Kosmala (viola). She has worked in masterclasses and coachings with Yfrah Neaman, Aaron Rosand, Jacques Israelievitch, Daniel Nalesso, Charles Pikler, Zoya Leybin, Gerard Poulet, Xue Wei (薛偉), Carmel Kaine, Jorja Fleezanis, Edward Grach, Lina Yu (俞麗拿), Max van Egmond, Phyllis Bryn-Julson, Marilyn McDonald, Marc Destrube, Elizabeth Wallfisch, Tom Beghin, Hélène Plouffe, Hank Knox, Geneviève Soly, Alexander Mickelthwate, Gerhard Samuel, Jacques Ogg, Lisa Goode Crawford, Webb Wiggins, Barbara Weiss, Ann Schein, Anne Epperson, Phillip Moll, James Dunham, and members from the Shostakovich String Quartet, Cassatt String Quartet, Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio and Audubon String Quartet.