|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|2||With Six Composers||7||Audio||1998||Avant|
|3||Flying Dragons||4||Audio||2002||Incus Records|
|4||The Moon Rising||11||Audio||1996||Cala|
|5||To The Four Corners||11||Audio||2009||Naxos|
|6||Dim Sum||11||Audio||2012||Blue Pipa|
Min Xiao-Fen is a Chinese pipa player and vocalist, known for her work in traditional Chinese music, contemporary classical music, and jazz.
Xiao-Fen learned the pipa from her father, Min Ji-Qian, a professor and pipa master at Nanjing University. At the age of 17, she was appointed at Nanjing Traditional Music Orchestra of China and spent over ten years as pipa soloist.
Since Min Xiao-Fen moved to the United States in 1992, she has been featured soloist with the Brooklyn Philharmonic, the Pacific Symphony, the San Diego Symphony, the New Haven Symphony Orchestra, the Stanford Symphony Orchestra, the Baltimore Chamber Orchestra, the San Diego Chamber Orchestra, the San Francisco Contemporary Music Players, the Amiens Chamber Orchestra in France and the Nieuw Ensemble in Holland.