Yuki Hashimori began her violin studies at the age of three. She was the youngest winner of the 5th annual Classic Music Competition in Japan. She won 1st prize in the 51st annual Japan Music Competition for young people in Tokyo, and was again the youngest winner. She performed in a joint concert in Kobe, Japan, for "Most promising young students." At the first Chamber Music Festival in Miyazaki, Japan, Ms. Hashimori performed in a violin seminar with Isaac Stern and in Master Classes with Augustin Dumay. She also participated in Master Classes with Irina Bochkova at the International Tchaikovsky Music Competition. At the age of eleven, she moved to Cologne in Germany as a scholar student of Musik Hoch Schule Cologne, and studied with Zakhar Bron. Ms. Hashimori has also been involved in many charity performances. She has worked to raise money for a school in Benin, South Africa, holding a “Charity Concert For Benin’s Children” five times in Japan and once in Germany. She has also raised money for orphans in Japan. At Nagano International Music Festival in 2006, she collaborated with Ludwig Müller and appeared in grand prize winner concert in Tokyo. She is also the first-prize and Best New Artist winner of the 13th Oikawa Production Audition. From Sep. 2007, she received a scholarship, and started to study at Roosevelt University Chicago College of Performing Arts as a Student of Shmuel Ashkenasi. In 2009, she won first-prize of CCPA Concerto Competition, and she performed Brahms concerto with the CCPA orchestra for two nights, and these concerts were on the radio broadcast in Chicago. In 2011, she received her Bachelor of Performing Arts in Violin Performance from Roosevelt University. In addition to Ms. Hashimori's career as a soloist, she has been teaching young talents and has been engaged in numerous filming and recording opportunities based in Japan and the United States. She has performed with many orchestras , both in Japan and elsewhere, such as the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra, the Tokyo New Philharmonic Orchestra, the NHK Danyuu Orchestra, and the Kojima Musica Collegia. She has also performed many recitals in Japan, Germany, Switzerland, France, Russia, Republic of Colombia, U.S.A, and in many other countries around the world. She has appeared in many newspapers and on many popular Japanese TV shows, including “New Daimei no nai Ongakukai” and “Takeshino daredemo Picasso.” She has studied with Keiko Hirakawa, Chikako Miyata, Hideo Kojima, Yumiko Shibuya, and Akiko Tatsumi.