Fang-Ting Liu

Faculty & Staff / Fang-Ting Liu

Conservatory Teacher

Office Location 
Princeton Hall
Mailing Address 
101 Walnut Lane, Princeton, NJ 08540
Fang-Ting Liu

Born in Taiwan, Fang-Ting Liu (NCTM) received a Master of Music degree with distinction in Piano Performance and Piano Accompanying-Coaching from Westminster Choir College of Rider University. Since 2003, she has been a piano faculty member at Westminster Conservatory.

Ms. Liu’s passion for music brought her to the United States after she had completed her bachelor degree studies in piano, violin and organ at Soochow University in Taipei, Taiwan. In 1995, she made her debut concert as an honorable solo pianist with the Manhattan Festival Orchestra in New York City. After being awarded first prize at the Piano Competition held at Westminster Choir College, she entered the Piano Performance program and studied under Ena Bronstein Barton and German Diez (both pupils of Claudio Arrau). During this time, she also joined the Piano Accompanying and Coaching program, studying under J.J. Penna and Dalton Baldwin. She participated in numerous master classes and was coached by Frederick Marvin, Joseph Bloch, Rolf-Peter Wille, Thomas Otten, Wolfram Rieger and Diana Richardson.

Highlights of her favorite events include being invited to perform at the celebrated series master classes of Claudio Arrau’s 100-year-old birthday in 2003; a solo concert at the New Jersey Governor’s Mansion; performing in the celebration of the 135th Anniversary of Philadelphia’s Chinatown; participating in the 2006 Taiwanese Culture Festival-Performing Arts (Saint Louis, Missouri); and appearing frequently in the faculty concert series of Rider University. Her recordings include the live complete album of Spanisches Liederbuch by Hugo Wolf.

Ms. Liu is a certified piano teacher of the Music Teachers National Association in the United States. She is also a member of MTNA and NJMTA. In addition to teaching at Westminster Conservatory, Ms. Liu maintains a private piano studio in Princeton, New Jersey. She devotes much time to teaching individual piano and coaching young musicians in the art of collaborative music. Her students have received awards in various piano festivals and competitions, and are featured performers in major concert halls in the tri-state area. They also frequently volunteer with local community organizations through music performances and mentoring under-privileged children in music studies.