Su Shien-Ta 蘇顯達

Guest Artist

大師班 客座教授

Su Shien-ta, born in 1957 in Shanhua, Tainan, is a violinist and music educator. Su learned the violin from mastros Henryk Szeryng and Gérard Poulet studied and got his performer diploma for violinists and chamber music soloists from ÉCOLE NORMALE DE MUSIQUE DE PARIS. He received the“Ten Most Distinguished Youth Award” in 1995. In 1999, the album “Tyzen Hsiao’s Violin Works” in which Su performed, received the “Best Classical Record award” at the Golden Melody Awards. In 2002, his album “Classical Taiwan Rhythms” received the “Best Performer” award at the Golden Melody Awards. He received the Wu San Lian Art Award which was the first time this prestigious Art Award being awarded to a performing musician.


Su has for long dedicated to musical education while keeping an active performing career. He is currently the Dean of the School of Music of Taipei National University of the Arts, and the concertmaster of the Taipei Philharmonic Orchestra. He started to host a radio program called “The Enchanted World of Violin” as a program presenter since 1996, this program has gained prestige and profound reputation in the past twenty years.