Hahn-Bin is a Korean-born classical violinist. Musically and artistically influenced from a very early age, Hahn-Bin first performed at the age of five and made his debut at the Grammy Awards when he was only twelve years old. His theatrical performances, combining classical music with the post-modern, and his talent were instantly recognised by fellow violinist Isaac Stern and after his Grammy performance he went on to study at The Julliard School with the legendary Itzhak Perlman. Hahn-Bin, whose name means ‘the shining star’ in Korean, launched 'The Renaissance of Classical Music' in Spring 2010, which he explains to be an all-encompassing project which aims to bring the quarantined classical genre into the mainstream pop culture.
- Hahn-Bin features in a project.