Winner of the Seoul-Asia International Music Competition amongst other major international competitions, Chi Young first came to the attention of music critics at the age of sixteen while performing Wieniawski's First Violin Concerto. His successful performance led to recital performances in major concert halls in France, England, and Denmark. As a devoted orchestral player, Chi Young has held positions with various orchestras in America and Europe. In chamber music, he has collaborated with members of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Minnesota Orchestra, and the Conservatoire national supérieur de musique et de danse de Paris. Chi Young received his training at The Boston Conservatory under the tutelage of world renowned Joseph Silverstein, Roman Totenberg, and Ronan Lefkowitz. He currently holds the position of Coordinator of Strings/Assistant Professor of Violin and Viola at Arkansas State University.