CHEN-FANG HSU, a native of Taiwan, began piano studies at the age of seven. She earned a Bachelor of Music in application of music from the University of Taipei, Taiwan. Subsequently, she began her studies with Edward Auer at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music and earned a Master of Music in piano performance. She has also received Performance Diploma in collaborative piano with renowned pedagogues Anne Epperson, Chih-Yi Chen and Charles Prestinari from the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music. She is currently pursuing her Doctoral of Musical Arts in collaborative piano at the University of Colorado Boulder with Margaret McDonald and Alexandra Nguyen.