Ning Feng is recognised internationally as an artist of great lyricism, innate musicality and stunning virtuosity.

Ning Feng has worked with Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra with Jaap van Zweden, Budapest Festival Orchestra with Iván Fischer, Berlin Konzerthaus Orchester and Lawrence Foster, New York Philharmonic with Long Yu, Royal Philharmonic, LA Philharmonic, National Symphony (Washington), Bavarian Radio Symphony, Frankfurt Radio Symphony, Russian National Symphony orchestras among others. In chamber music Ning performs regularly at London’s Wigmore Hall and Kissinger Sommer Festival, and has collaborated with artists including Edgar Moreau, Daniel Müller-Schott, Nicholas Angelich and Igor Levit. In China, Ning Feng is held in the highest regard, appearing regularly with all the major orchestras, visiting international orchestras and in recital. In 23/24, he is the Artist-in-Residence for China National Centre for the Performing Arts (NCPA) and starts his “Bach Project” presenting Bach’s solo violin works and violin concerti.

Ning Feng records for Channel Classics and his most recent album ‘Brahms Violin Sonatas’ with pianist Zee Zee was released in February 2023. His recording of Bach’s complete solo works for violin was hailed by Gramophone as “unlike anyone else’s… it’s the illusion of a freewheeling conversation projected from within that held me captive.”

Ning Feng plays the 1710 Stradivari violin known as the ‘Vieuxtemps Hauser’, by kind arrangement with Premiere Performances of Hong Kong, and plays on strings by Thomastik-Infeld, Vienna.

He lives in Berlin and is a Violin Professor at the Hanns Eisler School of Music (Berlin) and also holds the position of International Chair of Violin at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester. In China he serves as the Artistic Director of Chamber Music Academy of Zhejiang Conservatory of Music and the Deputy Dean of Violin Research Institute of Sichuan Conservatory of Music.