Feng Niu, a native Chinese pianist, began her piano studies at the age of seven, and made her solo debut in 1996 at the Shenyang Concert Hall. Most recently she has performed at various venues and concert halls in Asia and United States, and her chamber performances have been broadcast on WETA classical radio. She has also been featured in the concert series of the Shanghai International Spring Music Festival and Shanghai Conservatory. At the New England Conservatory, she is in frequent demand as a collaborative artist working with the studio members of Paula Robison, Donald Weilerstein, Paul Katz, and Laurence Lesser. Niu was a prize winner at the Hong Kong Young Pianist Competition, Lany Sur Marne International Piano Competition, and Yamaha Asia Piano Scholarship Competition. Her unique musical voice took shape under the guidance of esteemed professors Shiyu Zhou, Gabriel Chodos, and Pei-Shan Lee. She holds degrees from Shanghai Conservatory of Music (B.M.) and New England Conservatory of Music (M.M. & G.D.). Niu is currently pursuing her Doctor of Musical Arts degree at New England Conservatory.