Te-Chiang Liu, Native of Taiwan. Mr. Liu started the violin at age of six, and was awarded the Top prize at Taiwan National Violin Competition in Youth Division in 1996. Mr. Liu was accepted by Queensland of Conservatorium in Australia to study with renowned Australian Teacher Carmel Kaine (Student of Mr. Ivan Galamian), and won all Violin Prizes for two consecutive years.
Te-Chiang received Bachelor of Music in Violin Performance with Honor from Shih-Chien University and was offered full scholarships to attend the Boston Conservatory where he received the Master Degree to study with Lynn Chang in Violin Performance in 2009. Mr. Liu came to University of Minnesota for Doctoral of Music Arts degree to study with Professor Young-Nam Kim with Full Scholarships.
Te-Chiang has been a soloist with various orchestras in Taiwan and Australia. In addition, Te-Chiang is enthusiastic about Orchestra music. He was invited to attend Tanglewood Music Festival in 2009 to work closely and perform with Boston Symphony Orchestra. Te-Chiang is currently the Concertmaster of Kenwood Symphony Orchestra, Southwest Minnesota Symphony, and also the substitute musician for both Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra and Minnesota Orchestra.