Lin regularly works with the Chamber Philharmonic Taipei and, in recent years, has conducted the Manchester Camerata, Orquesta Sinfónica Juvenil (El Salvador), Taipei Philharmonic, Taipei Symphony, Cincinnati Symphony, Indianapolis Chamber, Liverpool Mozart, Academy Orchestra of Taiwan Symphony, Richmond Symphony (IN), Missouri Symphony, and LaPorte Symphony orchestras. Lin has also cover conducted the Taiwan Symphony, Minnesota, and Cincinnati Ballet orchestras.
A graduate of Riccardo Muti's Italian Opera Academy, Lin’s operatic endeavors include conducting Verdi’s Macbeth at Teatro Alighieri (Ravenna, Italy), Die Zauberflöte with the Winter Harbor Music Festival (Winter Harbor, Maine), and has coached and performed as a pianist with the Indianapolis Opera, IU Opera Theater, Reimagining Opera for Kids, and the Cincinnati Ballet. In summer, 2022, Lin will return to Winter Harbor Music Festival for a production of Barber of Seville and lead a new workshop production of Robeson by Scott Davenport Richards at the Cincinnati Opera.
Lin held the position of Taiwan Symphony Orchestra International Talent Fellow (2019-2021), Weiwuyin Opera (Taiwan) Conducting Fellow (2019-2020), Lord Rhodes Scholar (2013-2014), was a two-time recipient of Mortimer Furber Prize for Conducting at the Royal Northern College of Music (RNCM), and holds a doctoral degree in orchestral conducting from Indiana University Jacobs School of Music. Lin has studied with Arthur Fagen and David Effron at Jacobs, Clark Rundell and Mark Heron at the RNCM, and Apo Hsu at the National Taiwan Normal University. He has also received conducting coaching with, notably, Yannick Nézet-Séguin, Riccardo Muti, Sir Mark Elder, Helmuth Rilling, and has assisted Louis Langrée, James Gaffigan, and John Morris Russell, among others.