Born in Taiwan, violinist Shufang Du came to America after playing in the Taipei City Symphony Orchestra for one year. She received her Doctorate in violin from Boston University and has appeared as a soloist with Boston Classical Orchestra, Boston University Orchestra, and the Boston Conservatory Orchestra
As a member of Homeland Chamber Ensemble, she has been touring in Taiwan and Japan frequently since 2001 and has made six recordings with the group. As a pianist who holds a Master’s degree from the Boston Conservatory, she was a concerto competition winner and has been a staff accompanist at the school since 1997. She performed in the program “Asian Focus” on Channel Seven and played concerts with David Kim (Concertmaster of Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra) in the New England area. She is a member of the Alcyon Chamber Ensemble and teaches violin and coaches chamber music through the Alcyon Chamber Music Center of Westford. She is also on the faculty of Brookline Music School and The New School of Music in Cambridge.