Fan Wei

Organized by 迦夜 on 2022-04-06
Introduction to Fan Wei(pipa)Master performer

Fan Wei, born in Shijiazhuang, Hebei Province in 1972, is one of the top ten young pipa performers in China. She is an associate professor of pipa in the Folk Music Department of the Central Conservatory of Music, a master tutor, a member of the Chinese Musicians Association, and the secretary-general of the Pipa Association of the Chinese National Orchestra Society.

In 1995, he won the third prize in the "Fulitong Cup Chinese National Instrumental Music International Competition".

In 1996, the "Fan Wei Solo Concert" was held at the International Art Salon.

In 1996, as one of the award-winning students at the Beijing Concert Hall, he participated in the "Li Guanghua Award-winning Student Concert". In 1998, he was admitted as a graduate student of Professor Li Guanghua, a famous pipa educator from the Central Conservatory of Music, and studied for a master's degree in pipa.

Fan Wei's playing style is simple and generous, mellow and mellow in tone, skilled and natural in technique, delicate and sincere in emotion, and rich in connotation. Recently, she held a solo concert at the Beijing Concert Hall, performing famous pipa songs such as "House of Flying Daggers" and "Zhaojun Out of the Fortress", and also highlighted a number of innovative pipa performances, including composer Tang Jianping's special performance for Fan Wei. The Pipa Concerto "Sorrowful" composed for the concert.

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