In North America, Angelo Xiang Yu’s recent and upcoming performances with orchestra include appearances with the San Francisco, Pittsburgh, Detroit, Toronto, Vancouver, Houston, Colorado, North Carolina, San Antonio, Puerto Rico, and Charlotte symphonies, as well as the Rochester and Calgary Philharmonic among others. Internationally, he has appeared with the New Zealand Symphony, Shanghai Philharmonic, Auckland Philharmonia, Norwegian Radio Symphony, Munich Chamber Orchestra and the Oslo Philharmonic.
An active recitalist and chamber musician, he has performed in a number of world-renowned venues such as the Konzerthaus Berlin, the Louvre in Paris, National Centre for the Performing Arts in Beijing, Victoria Theater in Singapore, Shanghai Symphony Hall, Oslo Opera House, Auckland Town Hall, Alice Tully Hall, and Jordan Hall and Symphony Hall in Boston.
Mr. Yu is also a frequent guest at major summer music festivals including the Ravinia Festival, Grant Park, Music @ Menlo, Sarasota Music Festival, Chamber Music Northwest and the Bridgehampton Music Festival, as well as at the Verbier and Bergen Festivals in Europe. In the summer of 2019, he made his debuts at the Aspen Music Festival and the Saratoga Performing Arts Center, and returned to Music @ Menlo and the Sarasota Music Festival, where he opened the festival playing the three Brahms sonatas with Jeffrey Kahane at the keyboard.
In March 2017, Mr. Yu was chosen to be a member of the prestigious Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center’s The Bowers Program (formerly CMS Two).
Born in Inner Mongolia China, Angelo Xiang Yu moved to Shanghai at the age of 11 and received his early training from violinist Qing Zheng at the Shanghai Conservatory. He earned his Bachelor’s and Master's degrees as well as the prestigious Artist Diploma at the New England Conservatory where he was a student of Donald Weilerstein and Miriam Fried, and served as Mr. Weilerstein’s teaching assistant.
Mr. Yu currently resides in Boston. He performs on the 1715 “Joachim” Stradivarius violin, generously on loan from the Nippon Music Foundation.