徐頌仁，兼具作曲、鋼琴、指揮所長的客籍音樂家；1941 年 9 月 1 日出生於花蓮鳳林，2013 年 10 月 5 日逝世於臺北。畢業於臺大哲學系，後赴西德求學，於科隆國立音樂院畢業後，於多特蒙 (Dortmund) 及卡斯魯 (Karlsruhe) 歌劇院工作。回國任教於東吳大學、國立臺北藝術大學，並擔任臺北市立交響樂團指揮。作品數量豐富，擅長結合西洋古典音樂與客庄曲調，展現出對鄉土與民族的關懷。2012 年入圍第二十三屆金曲獎傳藝類最佳作曲人獎。
HSU Sung-Jen (XU Song-Ren) was a composer, pianist and conductor of Hakka heritage. He was born in Hualien County’s Fonglin Township on Sept. 1, 1941 and died in Taipei on Oct. 5, 2013. After he graduated from the philosophy department at National Taiwan University, Hsu went on to study in Western Germany. After graduating from the Cologne University of the Arts, he started to work at opera houses at Dortmund and Karlsruhe. Upon returning to Taiwan, Hsu taught at Soochow University, National Taipei University of the Arts and served as conductor of the Taipei Symphony Orchestra. He was also a prolific composer and was adept at combining Western classical music with Hakka melodies, exhibiting his sentiment for the rural countryside and his cultural affiliation. In 2012, Hsu won a Golden Melody Award for Best Composer.