Taiwanese violinist Li-Mei Liang has performed in well-known concert halls such as Boston Symphony Hall, Jordan Hall at the New England Conservatory, Shanghai Oriental Art Center, Tokyo Opera City Concert Hall, and Taiwan National Concert and Recital Hall. An avid chamber musician, she has collaborated with Emanuel Ax, Sergey Antonov, and the Borromeo String Quartet, and has been invited to participate in the Lincoln Center Chamber Workshop in Taiwan, Norfolk Chamber Music Festival, and the Taos School of Music.
Liang joined the Orchestra of Indian Hill in 2013, and was appointed associate concertmaster in the same year. She has also served as concertmaster at the New England Conservatory and Cape Cod Symphony. She was also a participant of Asian Youth Orchestra from 2006 to 2008. Liang has worked closely with a great number of eminent artists, including Leon Fleisher, Zakhar Bron, Pamela Frank, Paul Katz, Ruggiero Ricci, Robert McDonald, Arnold Steinhardt, Michael Tree, Paul Watkins, and the Brentano, Miró, and St. Lawrence Quartets.
She is on faculty at the Ip Piano School, while maintaining a private studio in the Boston area.
Liang is currently a doctoral student at the New England Conservatory as a recipient of the Tan Family Education Grant, where she won the school’s Honor Ensemble Competition as a member of the Gioviale String Quartet and a recipient of the Quartetutopia fellowship as a member of the Petrucci String Quartet. Her teachers include Donald Weilerstein, Nicolas Kitchen, and Cheng-Tu Su.