Ms. Fang made her debut at age eight in her native China with Mozart’s Violin Concerto No. 3, and at sixteen moved to the USA on a scholarship to the Bard College Conservatory of Music, where she studied with Ida Kavafian and Arnold Steinhardt. After graduating from Bard with degrees in violin and Russian Studies, she attended the Curtis Institute of Music as a violin student of Ida Kavafian and Shmuel Ashkenasi. As a chamber musician, Ms. Fang was awarded the Silver Medal at the 2010 Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition as the first violinist of the Chimeng Quartet, of which she was a founding member. Ms. Fang has a strong interest in championing contemporary works. She recorded George Tsontakis’s double violin concerto “Unforgettable” with the Albany Symphony Orchestra for release on NAXOS Records, and she worked closely with composer Krzysztof Penderecki in preparation for a 2014 Carnegie Hall performance of his Sextet. She premiered Chinese composer Shen Yiwen’s violin concerto “Mulan” with the American Symphony Orchestra and has commissioned a solo violin work by Michael Djupstrom, “Lautar.” She is a frequent performer at Bard Music West (San Francisco) and Krzyżowa-Music (Poland), and she worked most recently with Gidon Kremer, Christian Tetzlaff and Steven Isserlis at the Kronberg Academy’s “Chamber Music Connects the World” project. In 2019, she appeared with the “Musicians from Marlboro” tour as both violinist and violist.
Violinist and violist Luosha Fang brings her adventurous spirit to music ranging from canonical repertoire to world premieres.