Drawn to music from a young age, Han Jing, born in 1989 in China, began learning the violin at just four years old.
Great talent and hard work allow her to complete the ten levels of music education in her country in just seven years.
At eleven years old, then endowed with growing maturity and a rich temperament, Jing asserted herself in the competition of her Province and won the first prize.
In 2002, although very young but already possessing great charisma, she was offered the place of ‘Konzertmeister’ in her school orchestra. She also has the opportunity to play the concerto "butterfly lovers" by Chinese composer Chen Gang as a soloist. In 2008, she chose to continue her apprenticeship at the Xi’an Conservatory in the class of Professor Zhong Yi.
The four years spent with the latter allowed her to enrich herself musically and technically. In 2010, after a dazzling performance, Jing won the first prize in the Xi’an Province Violin Competition. Her successes multiplied and in 2011, at the China Music Festival, she had the privilege of performing as a soloist an extract from Tchaikovsky's violin concerto, accompanied by the Xi'an Symphony Orchestra. Wu Guiying (politician), present at the performance, will describe the concert as ‘high performance’. In 2012, she finished first and graduated from the Xi’an Conservatory.
In order to improve herself, Jing continues her studies with Professor Eric MELON at the Royal Conservatory of Music in Liège where she graduates in 2014 with the “Grande Distinction” mention. In 2013, she was a finalist in the Henri Koch violin competition in Liège.
In 2016, she obtains a Didactic Master at the Royal Conservatory of Music of Liège with “Grande Distinction”. Teaching is one of Jing's greatest passion.
Born in Romania, Lucia begins playing the violin at the age of seven. Soon after, she starts wining prizes at several national and international competitions, including the “Jeunesses Musicales International Competition” and “Remember Enescu” International Competition. From age of ten she has been a featured soloist first with the School Orchestra, and later the Transylvanian Philharmonic Orchestra, Sibiu Philharmonic Orchestra, Solo Artist Ensemble and Nuove Musiche Orchestra.
To develop further, she moves to London at the age of 19 to study at the Royal Academy of Music with Remus Azoitei and later to Guildhall School of Music and Drama, where she studies with Jaqueline Ross.
In 2011 Lucia moves to Belgium, where she meets professor Eric Melon and decides to study with him for the next years. Right after the end of her studies, she is admitted to the Flanders Symphonic Orchestra and soon after she takes a place in the Flanders Opera House where she is a member up to this day.
Her activity as a chamber musician starts at the age of 11, when together with her brother and sister they form a Piano trio, appearing successfully in concerts and recitals. Up to this day, this being still her favorite ensemble.
Since 2008 Lucia has had recitals and concerts both as soloist and with her chamber music projects within Romania, Hungary, France, England and Belgium.
Over the years Lucia had the pleasure to work with great musicians such as Sir. Colin Davis, Vasily Petrenko, Eduard Gardner, James Gaffigan,Vladimir Askhenazy and many others.