LAN Weiwei

Organized by 钟离 on 2023-03-16
Introduction to LAN Weiwei(pipa)Master performer

LAN Weiwei, born in May 1980, studied at the Affiliated Middle School of Sichuan Conservatory of Music from 1992 to 1998. She has long been the chief of the strumming section of the Youth Chinese Orchestra of the Central Conservatory of Music.

He began to learn pipa at the age of four. From 1992 to 1998, he studied at the Affiliated Middle School of Sichuan Conservatory of Music, under the tutelage of professors Feng Zhaolan and Pan Fengming.

As a child and teenager, he won many provincial, national and international awards, such as the second prize of Chengdu Children's Folk Music Competition in 1986; The third prize of the National Children's Folk Music Invitational Competition in 1988; In 1989, the third prize of the ART Cup Chinese Instrument International Competition, and in 1997, the first prize of the Tianhua Cup National Young Pipa Competition.

In 1998, he was admitted to the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing and studied under Professor Li Guanghua. In the following year, he won the first prize in the 7th Taipei Folk Music Concerto Competition (Pipa). In 2001, he won the third prize in the National Pipa Competition. During the school years, he won the title of "People's Scholarship" and "Merit Student", and won the title of "Fu Chengxian Scholarship" and "Viacom Scholarship" for many times. His paper won the second prize in the thesis competition of Central Conservatory of Music in 2001. Now I have been recommended to study for master's degree without examination.

He has long been the chief of the strummer section of the Youth Chinese Orchestra of the Central Conservatory of Music. He has played as a soloist in various performances and performed concertos with the orchestra.

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