Lin Qing, the first prize winner of the 33rd IDRS International Double Reed Society Gillet-Fox Oboe competition in 2013; released his debut album with EMI, "The World of Oboe"; the principle oboist of German Tempus Konnex Modern Chamber Orchestra as well as the guest principle Oboist of Italian Milanskara Grand Theatre. The only Chinese student of Maurice Bourgue. He currently teaches at die Hochschule für Musik und Theater "Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy" in Germany and the Xi'an Conservatory of music in China.

Qing began to play oboe at the age of 10 with his uncle Chen Zhonghui, who was an Professor of Fujian Art Vocational College (Fujian Art School), it was also the school where he spent 6 years to complete his middle school study, during this time, Qing also studyied with Professor Sun Minghong who is the professor of Shang Hai conservatory of music. He admitted into the Xi'an Conservatory of Music in 2001 for bachelor degree, where he studied with Prof. Zhao Baoping. After graduation in 2005, He attended the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts with a full scholarship, studied with Prof.Yiu Song Lam to complete profession diploma. While studying, he was the principle oboist of the Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts Orchestra. During that time, He was often invited by the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra and the Hong Kong Small Symphony Orchestra. He achieved his first Master Degree to study with Professor Maurice Bourgue at Haute Ecole de Musique de Genève in 2007. Later on, he completed his second Master Degree in soloist with Professor Jean-louis Capezzali at Haute Ecole de Musique de Lausanne. In 2013, he successfully obtained the Maisterklasse Diploma at Hochschule für Musik und Theater "Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy" Leipzig, studied with Prof. Nick Deutsch where he had a fellowship.Two years later, he began to teach at the Hochschule till now.

While being in Europe, he worked with many famous orchestras and top conductors and musicians. Such as, he worked with Milanskara Theater in Italy, conducted by Maestro Riccardo Chailly and the piano played by Martha Argerich and Radu Lupu. In late 2008, he worked with Sir.Simon Rattle the Brahms Symphony at Zurich. In July 2006, he participated the PMF Pacific International Music Festival and was praised by Maestro Valery Gergiev. During the Festival, He was invited to play TORU Takemitsu Symphony with the Vienna Philharmonic members as a guest principle oboist in the Japanese Sapporo Symphony Orchestra. 

Qing has been very busy for giving Masterclasses, personal recitals, chamber music performances and symphony concerts around the world. He played oboe concertos with many famous orchestras. For instance, in 2015 he played Pascouli La Favorita Concerto with the Sichuan Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Zhu Qiyuan. Later, he played Mozart Oboe Concerto with Qingdao Symphony Orchestra,conducted by Avi Ostrowsky. In 2014, he played D-Major concerto with the Muko Symphony Orchestrain in Leipzig, conducted by Aviat Victor. In 2013, he played Lebrun Oboe Concerto with Redlands Symphony Orchestra in California; The Mozart Oboe Concerto with Lausanne Chamber Orchestra and also with the Thai Philharmonic Orchestra in the Thai Philharmonic's New Year's concert in 2012.

Qing is prize winner for many international competitions. In 2013, he won the First prize of the 33rd IDRS International Association Gilet-Fox Oboe competition in the United States.

In 2011, he won the second prize of ADRA International Oboe Competition.
In 2010, he was the semi-finalist in Geneva International Oboe competition in Switzerland.
In July 2009, he won the 3rd prize in the 29th IDRS International Association Gilet-Fox Oboe competition in Birmingham, United Kingdom.
In October 2006, he won the Performance Award in the 8th Annual International Oboe competition in Japan.

In August 2005, he won the Second prize in The Concerto competition in Beijing.

In February 2004, he won the second prize in the Youth Group of Woodwinds and Brasses in Asia Juvenile Music competition in Hong Kong. (The first prize vacancy).