Justin Lim



Justin Lim began his music career as session pianist and has worked with top musicians and artists in the music industry such as saxophone great Greg Lyons, Indonesian pop star Kris Dayanti and Korean folk-rock legend Kang San-Eh. He is prominently featured on bass legend Andy Peterson’s debut album, "Anusha" as well as singer-songwriter Pete Teo’s award-winning sophomore release, "Television". In 2009, Justin received the National Art Award (Young Talent Category) from the Malaysian government for his accomplishments in composition. Since 2014, he is part of the core group of pianists involved in the organization of the Malaysian Jazz Piano Festival led by legendary Malaysian jazz pianist, Michael Veerapen. He is currently a lecturer with the Institute of Music at UCSI University.