is a leading young Chinese pianist. He has delivered performances with major orchestras such as the German Bavarian Broadcasting Symphony Orchestra and the Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra, etc. He also excels in chamber music, who used to appear on stage together with cellist Mischa Maisky, Jerusalem Quartet and Takács Quartet.

As a soloist, Wang has staged hundreds of concerts at many well-known international music halls, such as the German Bavarian Broadcasting Symphony Hall, Russian Tchaikovsky Concert Hall and Israeli Tel Aviv Mann Auditorium, giving performances in Germany, France, UK, Netherlands, Poland, Russia, the USA, Canada, Israel, Japan and ROK. He was also invited to perform at several international music festivals such as the Ravinia Festival in the USA, the Beethoven Festival in Germany, the Arthur Rubinstein Festival in Israel, the Hundred Pianists in the 20th Century concert series in Tokyo, Japan and the Concert for the 22nd Anniversary of Sino-ROK Diplomatic relation in Seoul, ROK.

Wang is a versatile artist, being eminent as a pianist, composer and conductor. Besides his career as a pianist, he also harvested remarkable achievements in conducting (he has conducted several renowned symphonies such as the Israel Symphony Orchestra) and composing. In 2007, his work A Lost Diary was awarded the 2nd prize at the Chinese Piano Composition Competition. In 2008, Wang’s violin composition Scene of the Chinese Village was awarded the 3rd prize at the Chinese Violin Composition Competition, which was then performed and recorded by the well-known Chinese violinist Ning Feng. His piano composition The Inspiration of Painting was elected as the compulsory piece for the 2007 Beethoven International Piano Competition in Bonn.

In piano education, Wang is dedicated to cultivating brilliant young pianists. As a principal teacher for piano major at Beijing Central Conservatory of Music Middle School, he was frequently invited to lecture at prominent music institutions at home and abroad, such as the Juilliard School (USA), the New England Conservatory of Music, Boston (USA), the Hannover Hochschule für Musik und Theater (Germany) and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Israel). He was invited to Europe and the USA as instructor for master classes and judge of music competitions. His students also reaped multiple awards in domestic and international competitions.

Wang began his musical education at the Beijing Central Conservatory of Music Middle School, where he studied with professors Jin Aiping, Li Qifang and Zhou Guangren. He continued his piano studies at the Hannover Hochschule für Musik und Theater with Prof. Arie Vardi and Prof. Matti Raekallio. In 2010, he received his PhD degree with a perfect academic performance, the first in the university’s history. He has won prizes in several prestigious piano competitions in Europe and the USA, including the ARD International Music Competition in Munich, Germany, the Eleventh Van Cliburn International Piano Competition in Fort Worth, USA and the Beethoven International Piano Competition in Bonn, Germany. In 2012, he returned to his alma mater as a principal teacher. At present, he is the Artistic Director of the Arthur Rubinstein International Youth Piano Competition, Music Director and Conductor of the China Junior Chamber Orchestra and Music Director of the Los Angeles International Piano Master Classes in USA.

Wang’s music has been recorded into several CDs. His performance with the Köln Chamber Orchestra on Beethoven’s 2nd Piano Concerto, which was conducted by Helmut Müller-Brühl, was recorded and published by Naxos. Wang’s latest 2015 album, his on-stage performance of Bach’s Goldberg Variations, was published by the Austrian Recording Company Bravo Artists. He was taken as the cover star of the French journal Chopin.