Virtuoso Violinist JUDY LEI “Boundless Love Concert”

And Unprecedented Evening Performance of Genre-Spanning Romantic Music!

Friday, March 15th at 8:00pm

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GENERAL INFORMATION

All tickets bought for this event will be for RESERVED seating.
If you need reasonable accommodations, such as wheelchair accessible seating….
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Wheelchair Accessible seating is Available

DOORS OPEN AT: 7:15PM   START TIME IS: 8:00PM

TICKETING, SEATING & DISCOUNTS

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Preferred Front-Orchestra Seats [Center|Left|Right]: $39.50
Mid-Orchestra & Front-Balcony Seats: $34.50
Rear-Orchestra & Balcony Seats: $29.50

Senior (Over-62) & Student (21 & Under): $5-OFF
Military: One-Half Price
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...Friday, March 15th at 8:00pm

 


Judy Lei is a violinist, composer and musical cultural ambassador who has performed in solo concerts and many collaborative events.  Ms.Lei has performed in Chicago, New York, Boston, Washington DC, Indianapolis, Salt Lake City, and international cities including Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Guangzhou , Da Lai, Shenyang, and Hong Kong. As a classically trained violinist, Ms. Lei uses her classical influences and techniques to interpret Pop music, R&B ballads, country & folk tunes, Broadway musical numbers, and Spanish romantic songs. Her own arrangements of Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah,” Whitney Huston’s “One Moment in Time,” Led Zeppelin’s “Kashmir,” John Denver’s “Country Road Take Me Home,” Adele’s “Rolling in the Deep” and current pop hits which—together with beautiful classical pieces like “Ave Maria” and Johann Strauss’ “Blue Danube Waltz”—send audiences on a captivating and unique concert journey through a broad and colorful musical spectrum.


The Chicago Times wrote “Ms. Lei’s performance is hauntingly beautiful, the voice of her violin can take you to heaven“.

After Ms. Lei performed with her on stage in Chicago 2016, Motown Legend Martha Reeves commented to Lei “We just witnessed your great God given talent.”

When Ms.Lei appeared on Chinese National CCTV in 2017, the media enthusiastically praised ”Her brilliant play has a radiant impact on the audiences that brings sunshine to the minds.”

Her recent solo performances with the Southwest Symphony Orchestra at Temple of Square in Salt Lake City and the Guangzhou Symphony at Concert Hall of Guangzhou China, received prolonged standing ovations and rave reviews.


Born in China, Lei comes from a family of internationally renowned music composers and authors. Her musical talents emerged at a very early age. At 15, she was awarded first violin position with the Symphony Orchestra of Liao Ning Opera House, later earning a violin performance degree from a top music institution-The Shen Yang Conservatory.  She then became soloist and 1st violin with the Shenzhen Symphony Orchestra. Ms. Lei arrived in the United States in 1988, continuing her music study under the renowned violinist and professor Mr. Mark Zinger, earning a masters degree in violin performance. Mr. Zinger called Judy Lei a powerfully talented performer.
 

In her long music career, Ms. Lei views herself not just a violinist, but an ambassador who can build connections between music and people’s spirit, bringing different cultural experiences to people of the world. Using unique performance styles bringing Eastern music to American audiences, she played a solo series called “Music Around China with Judy Lei”. She was warmly received by American listeners. Touring China, she introduced many different styles of western music, especially to college students.  Her powerful performances have been inspiring many young audiences. In 2016, Ms. Lei received an honorary professor title from one of the most prestigious schools in China, the Da Lai Technology University Music School. In 2017 Ms. Lei co- wrote a violin piece with her father called “ Chinese New Year in Flower City”; published and selected as a must be played new composition for The Schoenfeld International String Competition 2018 in Harbin China.


As a music educator, Judy Lei brought her outstanding string program to Chicagoland.  For over 25 years, thousands of children have trained in her successful program.