Fang Fang graduated from Arizona State University with a MM in cello performance under Professor Thomas Landschoot. Additionally, she holds a B.A. in cello performance from Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts and Nanjing Art Institute in China. She has also studied with Ray Wang, Zuill Bailey, Yehuda Hanani and Haiye-Ni. Fang began to play the piano when she was 5. She learned to play the cello from her mother, a professional cellist, since she was 7.
She is a professional cellist with 15 years of experience in orchestras as a recitalist, orchestral musician, and chamber musician. For 8 years she was assistant principal cello of Shanghai Orchestra. Fang is currently playing with several local symphony orchestras in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. She has performed at a variety of concert venues including Shanghai Concert Hall, Shanghai Oriental Art Center, National Center for the Performing Arts, Beijing Poly Theater, Hong Kong Cultural Center, Tokyo Suntory Hall and etc. She performed in countries and regions including China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, France and America. Fang was the principal cello at Scottsdale Philharmonic in Phoenix while attending ASU. She has appeared in numerous festivals including Red Rocks Music Festival and High Peaks Festival and etc.