Violist Lynn Sue-A-Quan has performed as a soloist, chamber musician, and orchestral performer around the world, venturing from baroque to contemporary music. She has won numerous competitions including the Canadian Music Competition and was a concerto competition winner for the Aspen Music Festival in 2019. She has collaborated with numerous orchestras as a soloist including the Aspen Music Festival Orchestra, Niagara Symphony, Guelph Symphony Orchestra, Oakville Chamber Orchestra, Orchestra Toronto and others.
Lynn was born and raised in Toronto, Canada where she began her musical studies at the age of 5. After winning many local music competitions, she joined the Taylor Performance Academy for Young Artists at the Royal Conservatory on full scholarship under the tutelage of Viktor Danchenko and Barry Shiffman. She has participated in many music festivals including the Aspen Music Festival, Lucerne Music Festival, New York String Orchestra Seminar, Morningside Music Bridge, and Colorado College Summer Music Festival.
In addition to performing, Lynn is passionate about teaching. She is a recipient of the Morse Teaching Artists Fellowship at Juilliard where she teaches music to New York City students through school partnerships. Lynn is currently pursuing her masters in viola performance at the Juilliard School under Heidi Castleman and Misha Amory.