An avid chamber music lover, Liuh-Wen Ting was a member of the award-winning Meridian String Quartet and she has appeared as a guest artist with numerous ensembles including the Manhattan and Cassatt quartets. A champion of contemporary music, she made her debut in 2001 at Merkin Hall with five commissioned pieces. The same year, her performance of Feldman's "Viola in My Life IV" with the Janáček Philharmonic Orchestra was praised by Czech Music 2001 as “an extraordinary experience.” She has premiered and recorded many chamber and solo works for labels such as Naxos, Sony, Atlantic, Mode, Capstone, Albany, Pogus and Tzadik Records. Liuh-Wen's multi-faceted talents have cultivated many collaborations, including over a decade of sold-out tours with the renowned Persian vocalist Shahram Nazeri. She is a faculty member at the prep division of the Mannes School of Music, and is currently a DMA candidate at SUNY Stonybrook.