In recent years, Eva has been frequently rewarded with prizes. She performed brilliantly in international piano competitions, including the 1st Taiwan International Piano competition、the 7th International Piano Competition-Mauro Paolo Monopoli 、2005 Rachmaninoff International piano Competition in California and the 2008 Montreal International Piano Competition. She won the 2nd Prize at the IX International Piano competition of Escaldes Engordany in Spain 、3rd Prize at “Le festival de Musique Classique” in Canada and "Special Prize" in 2013 “Russian music” international piano competition. She is the only one person who consecutive won at The Cultural Youth Ambassador Music Talent Awards from the taiwanese government between 2004 – 2011 and 18th Chi-Mei cultural foundation's Artistic Talent Award. Because of her fantastic works, she was interviewed and broadcasted by Canada CBC Radio, Taiwan IC Broadcasting Company, and other radio networks.
Eva remains an active performer of Solo recitals and chamber music touring the major cities of France、Germany、Canada、Austria、Spain and Taiwan. Twice honored by the invitation to perform at Germany’s Ostfriesische Landschaft Music Festival, Eva garnered favorable reviews on both occasions (2001 – ’02) and has gone on to give solo performances at The Savene Music Festival in France (2004), the International Mozarteum Festival in Salzburg, Austria (2005) and at the Gala Concert in Muharrt, Germany (2005). In 2004 Eva has also had the very distinct pleasure of performing Tchaikovsky’s First Piano Concerto with conductor Tomas Gal and the Taiwan National Symphony Orchestra.In the year 2008 Eva participated in l'Academie Pianistique Internationale piano music festival in Provence, France. Two years after she obtained a place at the Sergei Babayan International Piano Academy in May 2010. Between 2011 to 2013 Eva made several appearances, including Liszt Marathon Concert in Hannover, solo Recital in Berlin 、Bergen (Holland)、Taipei and Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto debut in Taiwan.
Eva Yulin Shen has established herself as one of Taiwan’s leading young musicians. Born in Taiwan, She began her musical career at the tender age of six under the Professor Chieh-Kao Wu. Devoting herself to musical studies from that point on, she began performing solo recitals at age 15 and studied under Mikhail Kollontay to earn her Bachelor’s Degree in Piano Performance at the National Tainan University of the Arts in Taiwan.Eva has had the pleasure of working closely with such distinguished and esteemed musicians like Vladimir Tropp、José Feghali 、Boris Petrushansky、Laurent Cabasso、Dominique Merlet、Dimitri Bashkirov 、Sergei Babayan、the conductor Yuli Turovsky and her violinist wife Eleonora Turovsky.
She relocated to Montreal in 2006 and studied under the 1st Prize Winner of the Warsaw International Chopin Competition - Dang Thai Son. By summer 2008 she completed her Master's degree in Piano Performance at Universite de Montreal. She obtained Artist diploma (D.E.S.S) and became a permanent resident of Canada.Since
2010, Eva moved to Europe, began enrolling in the Hochschule fur Musik und Theater Hannover, and started pursuing “Soloklasse “ under Prof. Bernd Goetzke(last pupil of Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli)
Apart from being a concert pianist, Eva also shows tremendous amount of interest in film art. She made an appearance in short films titled “In the Depth of the Summer,” and “Lilya’s Voice Diary.” In the end of 2010, Eva composed the film score for a Canadian short film “Une Chanson D’Hiver.
Eva is currently living in Berlin.