Jin Ju has gained widespread prominence around the globe since the worldwide telecast of her performance at Sala Nervi in Vatican City. On that occasion she played seven period instruments (fortepianos and pianos from the late XVIII to the early XX centuries) for His Holiness Benedict XVI in front of a 5000-strong audience.
Jin Ju has been the winner of important international contests (Romanian International Music Competition in Bucarest, China National Piano Competition, UNISA International Piano Competition, Theodor Leschetizky International Piano Competition in Taiwan, Beethoven Society Competition in London) and has been awarded prizes at the prestigious Cajkovskij (Moscow) and Reine Elisabeth (Brussels) competitions. Jin Ju has performed in the most celebrated concert halls of the five continents, such as in the Konzerthaus (Berlin and Vienna), the Bridgewater Hall (Manchester), the Great Hall of Moscow Conservatory, the Palais de Beaux Arts (Bruxelles), the Sala Verdi (Milano), the Teatro della Pergola (Florence) and so on. She has also performed in the Forbidden City (Beijing) and in all the major music halls of China.