He is a violinist, also sometimes called Ping-How
Liang, who started to learn the violin when he was four and at seven years
old debuted with the National Youth Orchestra of Taiwan.
His further studies in music were at the Curtis
Institute of Music and the Interlochen Arts Academy.
Becoming internationally known he appeared with the
New York String Orchestra at Carnegie Hall in 1974 and in 1980 became a
member of the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, who he still appears with as a
soloist nearly three decades later.
Working as a soloist and chamber musician he has
performed with many other orchestras and ensembles on an international
level including the New York Philomusica, the Chamber Music Society of
Lincoln Center at venues such as the Grand Teton Music Festival, he Met
Museum of New York and the International Music Festival of Sofia in
He is currently the Second Principal Violinist with
the Santa Fe Opera Orchestra in New Mexico.
Recording many albums he has appeared on A Set of
Pieces: The Music by Charles Ives and Vivaldi: The Four
Seasons/Fritz Kreisler: Concerto for Violin by the Orpheus Chamber
Orchestra, Hideaway by David Sanborn and Wayfaring Stranger:
Folksongs by Andreas Scholl among others.
Orpheus Chamber Orchestra recordings
Adagio in G Minor (Tomaso Albinoni/Remo Giazotto)
Deutsche Grammophon 429 390-2 GH (CD: Albinoni: Adagio, Pachelbel: Canon)