Solomon Liang is a member of ProMusica Chamber Orchestra and the former principal second violinist of Canton Symphony Orchestra. He regularly performs with Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, and was a musician in their award-winning albums, Bruckner Symphony No.9 and Brahms Symphony No.4. Solomon has also performed with The Cleveland Orchestra, Minnesota Orchestra, Nashville Symphony and Minnesota Opera. In summer of 2012, Solomon served as concertmaster under Christoph Eschenbach at Großes Festspielhaus with the Schleswig Holstein Festival Orchestra.
Solomon has performed at chamber music festivals such as Norfolk Chamber Music Festival, Banff Centre, Robert Mann String Quartet Institute, Perlman Music Program and Caroga Lake Music Festival. His quartets held residencies at Banff International String Quartet Competition and Interlochen Summer Arts Academy, where they presented concerts in both formal and unusual settings (e.g., in a camping ground on a flatbed truck). He has studied with renowned ensembles such as Emerson, Brentano, Tokyo, Cleveland, Artis and American Quartets, and has collaborated with the 15x Grammy-Award banjoist Bela Fleck. Solomon was recently featured as a soloist with Holland Symphony, Canton Symphony and Earth and Air String Ensemble, where his performance of Mendelssohn’s Double Concerto was described by ClevelandClassical.com as “musical sophistication that many musicians can only hope to achieve.”
In 2014, Solomon was awarded Dr. Bennett Levine Memorial Award in Chamber Music at the Cleveland Institute of Music, where he also earned his Artist Diploma in Violin Performance. He received his B.M from California State University, Long Beach, and M.M from Yale School of Music. Solomon’s principal teachers include Stephen Rose, Syoko Aki, Linda Rose, Peter Salaff and the Cavani String Quartet. Besides music, he is also enjoying an IT career as a software engineer at OCLC in Dublin, Ohio.