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The TSO Chorus was founded in 1993 on the initiative of the former Taipei Symphony Orchestra General Director, Maestro Felix Chiu-Sheng Chen. TSO Chorus founding mission is to promote the musical and cultural life of Taipei as well as expanding TSO's performance repertoire. At present, Ms. Meng-Hsien Peng is the chorus conductor, Ms. Hsiu-Chin Li is in charge of vocal coaching, respectively.

In its debut performance, TSO Chorus performed Verdi’s "Requiem" and makes regular appearances in TSO's annual concert program. TSO Chorus has also pioneered productions of several opera classics in Taiwan such as "Carmen" (1994); "Turandot", "Aida" (1995); "The Flying Dutchman" (1997); "Pagliacci", "Cavalleria rusticana" (1998); "La Traviata", "La Bohème" (2000), "Rigoletto", "Madama Butterfly" (2002); "Legend of Yao Ji" (2004); Modern rendition of "Madama Butterfly" (2006); "Don Giovanni", "Die Zauberflöte", "Hänsel und Gretel" (2007); "Manon Lescaut" (2009); "Rigoletto" (2010), "Aida" in Taipei (2011); "Pagliacci", "Cavalleria rusticana" (2012); "La clemenza di Tito" (2013) and "Eugene Onegin" (2015) among other classic playbills. 

TSO Chorus has also received invitations to perform in Macau and has before embarked on a concert tour on the West Coast of the USA, which were both met with rave reviews for the choir’s outstanding professionalism.

Recent performances include TSOC 25th-year Anniversary Music Concert "Bernstein Centennial Celebration", Trumpet and Voice in Harmony, TSO 50th-year Anniversary Music Concert "Long-Hsin Wen's Symphony of Taipei", Romantic Voices, Mahler's Symphony No.8 (2019); "Flight Song", Beethoven 250th-year Anniversary Music Concert (2020) ; Mahler's Symphony No.3 (2020); Verdi's "Otello" (2023), as well as numerous appearances in Daan Forest Park Concert, promoting interest in choral music among the public.