Christie Cheung, age 13, is currently a fourth-year student at the Phil and Eli Taylor Performance Academy at the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto, where she is under the tutelage of Dr. Conrad Chow. Christie has had the opportunity to perform for renowned violinists such as Maxim Vengerov, Augustin Hadelich, and James Ehnes. She recently won the Concerto Competition at the Phil and Eli Taylor Academy, performing as a soloist. Additionally, Christie performed as a soloist with the Burlington New Millennium Orchestra. Christie has also been featured as one of the outstanding young artists studying at The Royal Conservatory’s acclaimed Taylor Academy during the Violin Symposium. This summer, Christie will be attending the Heifetz Institute Program, a prestigious summer program that focuses on developing the musical talents of young artists. Among her many accomplishments are winning the 1st Prize in the Canimex Canadian Music Competition in 2022, receiving the Grand Trophy in the CCC Toronto International Music Festival in 2021, being selected as a finalist in the Ysaye International Music Competition in Belgium in 2021, and winning the 1st Prize in the Little Mozart International Competition in New York in 2019. She made her debut at the iconic Carnegie Hall at nine years old.