Lin's collaborators Monday night were his first choice--"some of the top musicians who came to mind."
Lin said his farewell concert was a fitting finale to his four years at the College because all his musicians were affiliated with Harvard.
As for the charitable organization that benefited from the concert, Lin said he appreciates the work PBHA has done in the Cambridge and Boston communities.
Lin himself has participated in a PBHA program--Harvard and Radcliffe Musical Outreach to Neighborhood Youth (HARMONY).
HARMONY volunteers give instrumental and vocal lessons to students in Cambridge Public Schools.
Lin, a Mather House resident and concentrator in the comparative study of religion, is originally from Rockland County, N.Y., just north of New York City.
He began learning the violin at age four at his parents' urging.
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