Christine Liu is a contemporary cappella and church musician in Taiwan.
She completed her music composition study at Northwestern University in Chicago, USA, where she founded the first East-Asian a cappella group on campus – The Treblemakers – and has been arranging and singing a cappella since then. She then studied at the Kirchenmusik Konservatorium Wien (Church Music Conservatory) in Vienna, Austria, where she served as an organist of the English Speaking Catholic Community. After moving back to her homeland Taiwan, and started a vocal group Voco Novo, and aims to bring Taiwanese traditional and aboriginal music into the world of a cappella. She is currently the alto and music director of Voco Novo, artistic director of Vocal Asia Festival, principle organist of the Holy Family Catholic Church, and the conductor of Tabor Youth Choir and Cultural-Bridges Bunun Singing Group.