Honolulu-born violinist Patrick Yim has performed as soloist, recitalist, chamber musician, and orchestral violinist throughout the world, including performances in Carnegie Hall and David Geffen Hall (New York), the Seoul Arts Center, Hong Kong City Hall, Harpa Concert Hall (Reykjavík), Severance Hall (Cleveland), Orchestra Hall (Chicago), Teatro alla Scala (Milan), and the Musikverein (Vienna). He joined The Cleveland Orchestra on tours to New York City, Chicago, Miami, and major cities in Europe, including Paris, Milan, Brussels, Luxembourg, Cologne, Munich, and Vienna. He has performed chamber music with members of the Juilliard, Emerson, Pacifica, Ying, and St. Lawrence Quartets, and with members of The Cleveland Orchestra and the New York Philharmonic. As Guest Music Director of the Collegium Musicum Hong Kong, he collaborated with world-renowned pipa virtuoso Wu Man and performed at the Hong Kong City Hall as violinist and conductor. In 2018, he commissioned and premiered new works with Juilliard Quartet violinist Joel Smirnoff.
Yim is a graduate of the Cleveland Institute of Music (BM, MM) and Stony Brook University (DMA). He is an Assistant Professor at Hong Kong University.