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Shih-Ting Huang earned her Doctor of Musical Arts in Violin Performance and Pedagogy from the University of Houston with the Tomatz String Quartet Fellowship in 2006. Led by Andrzej Grabiec, she won the concerto competition of Moores School of Music (2001), and was one the finalists of the concerto competition of Texas Music Festival in 2002. She received her Master of Music from University of Cincinnati under the tutelage of Kurt Sassmannshaus, and performed for numerous masterclasses given by James Tocco, Sylvia Rosenberg, Almita Vamos, Rugiero Ricci, William Preucil, Lynn Chang, James Buswell, and Tákacs String Quartet.

Huang has performed in National Symphony Orchestra (Taiwan), National Taiwan Youth Orchestra where she was the concertmistress, Aspen Festival Orchestra, Houston Grand Opera and Ballet, and numerous orchestras in Houston.  She is the concertmistress in the DVD "P.D.Q. Bach in Houston''.  During 2008 and 2020, she hosted a radio program "Sky Theater" on Texas Chinese Radio station.  ​Other than performing, she maintains a large teaching studio at home. She was a faculty (2002~2012) and later music director (2010~2012) of New Heart Christian School of Music, violin instructor and string ensemble director at Lonestar College Cy-Fair (2009~2011), and currently an instructor and concert coordinator of Houston Taiwan Institute for Senior Citizens since 2003.