There once was a girl named Jennifer...

and here are some things about her.

Born in sunny and vibrant Los Angeles, violinist Jennifer Liu is a passionate musician, having performed extensively throughout the United States as a soloist and chamber musician. Jennifer received familial acclaim when her parents noticed her imitating virtuoso violinists with chopsticks at the dinner table. A few years later and thousands of airline miles later, Jennifer was invited to New York to study with Itzhak Perlman and Catherine Cho at the Juilliard School when she was 15, where she just graduated.

Her desire to reach broader audiences and perform different genres has brought her to interesting venues including Carnegie Hall, Metropolitan Museum of Art, and children’s hospitals around NYC. As of this fall, Jennifer is continuing her Co-Concertmaster duties in the Juilliard Orchestra, working under Joseph Lin as a part of the inaugural Quartet Intensive and studying with Sylvia Rosenberg and Donald Weilerstein as a member of the inaugural group of Kovner Fellows at the Juilliard School.

Please browse Jennifer's Facebook, Instragram, and Twitter pages to explore her ever day life from her performances around town, random thoughts of the day, and most importantly, cooking/eating endeavors.