Prior to his being admitted to the National Institute of the Arts, Teng was awarded with prize of the violin at the 7th Concerto Competition, 1992, sponsored by the Taipei City Symphony. The summer followed, he was heard in the Pacific Music Festival, Sappolo, Japan. He was the leader of the Taipei Orchestra during his college days.
Teng was appointed the concertmaster and assistant conductor to the Evergreen Symphony Orchestra in 2002. Since 2004, he is the artist-in-residence to Taipei Philharmonic Youth Orchestra. In the last two years, he was invited as faculty in the Shuan-Yin International Music Festival, Taipei. Teng is now Associate Concertmaster to National Symphony Orchestra.