Pei-Chun Lin received her B.M. from The Berklee College of Music and her M.M. at the Longy School of Music. During her advanced musical training, she had the opportunity to perform with and learn from world renown musicians including Matt Marvuglio, Ray Santisi, Armand Qualliontine, George Garzone and Charlie Banacos.
In the recent past, Pei-Chun has directed well-known musical productions such as Chess, Carousel, Beauty and The Beast, Anything Goes and Once Upon A Mattress with The Cambridge School of Weston Theater Group. She was also commissioned to compose and direct original music to accompany a Beijing Style Opera. In the Summer of 2011, “The Beauty Trap” play was performed during a five week tour of China in venues including: The International Theatre Institute (ITI) for The World Congress in Xiamen, The Shanghai American School in Shanghai, The Zhejiang Performing Arts Academy, The Shanghai Theatre Academy UNESCO Asia Pacific Bureau Theatre Festival, The World Congress of the International Theatre Institute in Xiamen.
Pei-Chun is now an Organist and a Music Director at the Kings Chapel Church in Boston, Piano/Flute Faculty at the Cambridge School of Weston, a Berklee College of Music Faculty Concert performer and is an assistant to Professor Armand Qualliontine at Berklee College of Music.