PQ Master Piano Faculty
PQ Piano Accompanist
Shu-Li is a San Francisco-based pianist, teacher, performer, and accompanist. With her husband, cellist Randolph Fromme, the Fromme Duo has performed and given masterclasses in the U.S. and in China since 1999. Ms. Li also works with faculty and students as an accompanist at the San Francisco Conservatory and frequently collaborates with other musicians and teachers throughout the Bay Area. In 2017, she was invited to become a piano faculty member and competition judge of the Lancaster International Piano Festival, where she worked with talented and dedicated students. She maintains teaching studios in San Francisco and Albany, CA, and students have won prizes in Junior Bach, US Open Music Competition, San Francisco Xing Dao Talent Showcase, California Youth Orchestra Concerto Competition, and the Young Artists’ Competition in Hunan, China. Her students have been accepted to Ruth Asawa School of the Arts, Lancaster International Piano Festival, and Summer West Music Festival at San Francisco Conservatory of Music.
To quote Ms. Li, “It is such a wonderful gift to be able to share my love of the music not only to audiences but also to students. They need proper guidance, and I enjoy helping them to succeed in developing their art.” Along with her teaching career, Ms. Li is a dedicated player of chamber music. In 1998, she received a full scholarship to attend the Kent Blossom Festival to study and perform with members of the Miami Quartet and Cleveland Orchestra. She studied chamber music with Mark Sokol, Ian Swanson, Bonnie Hampton, and Clive Greensmith at the San Francisco Conservatory.