|Trumpet Player (Conductor of CityU Philharmonic Orchestra)|
Mr. Chiu Kai-keung’s extraordinary talent has earned him international praise, and his wit and ability to connect with audiences has endeared him to the people of Hong Kong. Mr. Chiu is a graduate of the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, where he obtained two diplomas, one in conducting and one in trumpet performance. In addition, he gained his Master Degree in the Sheffield University. Since then, he has pursued a career as a distinguished conductor as well as an accomplished musician.
Mr. Chiu made his debut with the Hong Kong Mozart Orchestra in 1988. His talents were soon recognized and he was appointed as Music Director of the Hong Kong Medical Association Orchestra. He has also conducted the HKSAR Orchestra and the Hong Kong Chamber Orchestra. In 2000, he was invited to be the conductor of the City University Philharmonic Orchestra. During the last fourteen years, with his drive and commitment to perfection, he has led the Orchestra down the path of success. Mr. Chiu has also appeared with orchestras in Korea, England, Portugal, France, Australia and China. Apart from his busy schedule in conducting and trumpet playing, he is active in the field of music education and performing for charitable events.
|Dizi Player (Conductor of CityU Chinese Orchestra)|
Mr. Cheung Tin-yau, Tom has got Performance Diploma of Dizi of Central Conservatory of Music and Level-10 Dizi Certificate of Arts Grade Examination of China. He is also the Music Consultant of Tseung Kwan O Culture and Arts Association and a member of Shanghai Association of Jiangnan Folk Music.
Mr. Cheung graduated from City University of Hong Kong in 2004. He was one of the founders of City University Chinese Orchestra and the first Chairman. He was invited to give Dizi solo performance by Graduate House of The University of Hong Kong. In 2006, he was invited by Sha Tin Symphony Orchestra to perform a Dizi-concerto ‘Lan Hua Hua’. He was also invited by Hong Kong Tak Ming Philharmonic Winds to take part in Hong Kong first performance of ‘Romance of The Three Kingdoms’ and ‘Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon’ music pieces in 2012.
|Conductor of CityU Choir|
Conductor of CityU Choir, Chi-shan CHENG graduated from Hong Kong Baptist University and the Chinese University of Hong Kong with BA, PgDE and MA degrees in music. He has attended choral masterclasses and symposiums organized by Taipei Choral International Festival, Hong Kong Arts Festival, Die Konzertisten, Vancouver Chamber Choir and Hong Kong SingFest, following renowned conductors such as Gabor HOLLERUNG, Nicholas FINK, CHENYun-hung, Jon WASHBURNand Helmuth RILLING. He is currently a masters student, majoring in choral conducting at Messiah College.
He has prepared choirs for John RUTTERand JimmyCHIANG, and has given the Hong Kong premieres of composition by JohnRUTTER, CHENYi and Cecilia McDowall. Recent projects of his include Bach’s complete Motets and Lutheran Masses, a concert of contemporary choral pieces with multimedia art and Look at the World with John RUTTER, an all-John RUTTERprogram.
Also as the Music Director of Hong Kong Youth Choir, the choir and he has captured two SilverPrizes in Taipei International Choral Competition 2018, a category champion and a Gold Prize in Singapore International Choral Festival 2016. He is also one of the five finalists and eventually second runner-up of the 1st Hong Kong Choral Conducting Competition.
|Lyrical Leggero Soprano|
Dr. Michelle Tsui Hang Yuet, Visiting Artist of 2019-2020
Dr. Michelle Tsui’s musical training started at age 5 with the piano. She commenced vocal lessons at age 17 at the Queensland Conservatorium of Music while she pursued her medical degree. From 2005, Tsui has been studying under renowned soprano Madame Lola Young, and later obtained the LTCL Vocal Recital Diploma with distinction.
Tsui has been an active soprano soloist locally. Her performance repertoire in recent years have concentrated on lyrical leggero arias from the Bel Canto era. Her recent performances included playing the roles of Mimi in Act IV La Boheme, Antonia in Les Contes d'Hoffmann excerpts, and Rosalinde in Die Fledermaus excerpts. In her vocal recital at the HK City Hall in 2018, she performed pieces by Mozart, Puccini, Verdi, and Bellini as well as various art songs and lieder. Averaging more than 10 performances per year, Tsui strives to promote vocal art in Hong Kong.
Dr. Tsui was an assistant professor at the medical school of the Chinese University of HK before starting her current private practice as an obstetrician and gynaecologist.
Mr. Ngan Gary Ka Chun,Visiting Artist of 2019-2020
Violinist Ngan Gary Ka Chunhas performed concerts and recitals extensively in over 70 cities across 5 continents (Asia, Africa,Europe, the North and South Americas) on violins of both modern and historical setup. A distinguished graduate of Yale University and Eastman School of Music, Ngan also studied Baroque Violin and chamber music at Hochschule für Musik, Theater und Medien Hannover. He is the First Prize winner at the Eastman Concerto Competition, Montserrat Competition, Vinaròs International Chamber Music Competition in Spain, and holds a Fellowship Diploma from Trinity College, London. Ngan has appeared with the Asian Youth Orchestra, the Conservatory Project (Kennedy Center) and the New York String Orchestra Seminar (Carnegie Hall), as well as international music festivals such as the Great Mountains (South Korea), Music Master Course (Japan), Norfolk, Northern Lights and Oregon Bach. Besides being the Concertmaster ofthe Eastman Philharmonia(2007-2009)and the National Orchestral Institute(2006), Ngan has also served as Leader of the Britten-Pears Baroque Orchestra (2018) in the UK, Assistant Concertmaster of the Berwick Academy period orchestra (2016) and Concertmaster of Junges Stuttgarter Bach Ensemble under Internationale Bachakademie Stuttgart found by Helmuth Rilling, touring with them to Chile, Germany,Italyand Tunisia(2012-2014). Recently, Ngan is also involved in the unprecedented TCHIP Research at the University of Oxford alongside specialists in the field of Historical Performance around the world.
Named a Britten-Pears Young Artist in 2018, Fellow at the Music Academy of the West in 2008 and a Resident Artist (in Orchestral Direction) at SingFest, Ngan was appointed as Honorary Artist-in-Residence at the Education University of Hong Kong since 2017. Having served 9 seasons as theAssociate Concertmaster of the City Chamber Orchestra of Hong Kong (2010-2019) and occasionally as their Acting Leader, director and soloist, he now leads the Hong Kong String Orchestra regularly in performances as Guest Concertmaster. Ngan has taught at the University of Hong Kong (2016-2018), and is currently on faculty at the Hong Kong Baptist University.
Dr. Isaac Droscha, Visiting Artist of 2019-2020
Isaac Droscha is an operatic Baritone and actor who has performed numerous roles with various regional companies in the United States, including the Des Moines Metro Opera, Opera New Jersey, and Arbor Opera Theater, for which he is currently serving as a board member. He has also worked for Michigan Opera Theater in Detroit and The Motor City Lyric Opera on Wheels, and most recently performed as Escamillio in Musica Viva’s production ofThe Story of Carmenin Hong Kong and as Leporello in a production ofDon Giovanniat the Estates Theater in Prague, CZ. Other major roles from his repertoire include the title roles in Rossini’sIl barbiere di Sivigliaand Mozart’sLe Nozze di Figaro, the Musik Lehrer in Stauss’Ariadne auf Naxos, Nick Shadow in Stravinsky’sThe Rake’s Progress,and Dr. Falke in Strauss’Die Fledermaus.He is also a prolific concert performer of oratorio and art song and has performed roles in Handel’sMessiah, Faure’sRequiem, Mozart’sRequiem, and Hayden’sThe Creation. He has sung as a soloist with the Great Lakes Chamber Orchestra, the Ann Arbor Symphonette, and The Pro Arte Orchestra of Hong Kong. He received fellowships and Scholarships from the University of Northern Iowa and the University of Michigan for study. He performs recitals regularly in the United States, Russia, and Hong Kong, and is a frequent collaborator with Hong Kong MusicaViva. Upcoming performances include the role of Dulcamara inL’elisir d’amore on September 29 and 30 and the role of Officer Lockstock inUrinetownin November, 2017. Isaac received his Doctorate in Vocal Performance from the University of Michigan and is currently serving as a Professor of Humanities at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and co-presenter of shows "Morning Call” and "Artbeat” on RTHK4.
Prof. Huang Chun-Shi, Visiting Artist of 2019-2020
Miss Wu Shih-San, Visiting Artist of 2018-2019
|Chromatic Harmonica Player (Head Coach of CityU Harmonica)|
Mr. Leo Ho Cheuk Yin, Visiting Artist of 2017-2019
Leo is chromatic harmonica virtuosic player and singer-song writer. Influenced by his father, Leo was always destined to become a harmonica player from a tender age. He received classical harmonica training from Mr. Lee Sheung Ching and Mr. Watani Yasuo.
He won his first international award as a harmonica soloist at the age of 10 at the Asia Pacific Harmonica Festival. By the age of nineteen, he had accumulated 17 international titles including the title of World Champion twice as a soloist in the World Harmonica Festival 2009 & 2013.
Leo began his full-time music career as a performer, recording artist and teacher in 2016. Since then he has collaborated with many A-list local artists including Sandy Lam, Lowell Lo, Hacken Lee, Leo Ku and Louis Koo.
Leo has also participated in many local indie and high culture music activities. He appeared at two of the biggest music festivals in Hong Kong including the 32nd Hong Kong Arts Festival and Clockenflap 2016.
Recently in 2017, Leo was invited to launch and direct the first university harmonica team in Hong Kong City University. His mission is to promote, develop and advance harmonica playing and performance in Hong Kong.
Miss Chan Pik-sum, Visiting Artist of 2018-2019
Chan Pik-sum is active in both Chinese and Western musical genres, and has played with various leading orchestras. She has also performed in crossover productions of dance, Chinese traditional theatre and multimedia. She was one of the founding members of the Windpipe Chinese Music Ensemble in 2003, and has been its concertmaster since 2011. Chan entered the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts in 2004, where she was trained in Cantonese music under the gaohu virtuoso Yu Qiwei, gaining a double major in gaohu and erhu. She was also coached by Wong On-yuen of erhu fame. Upon graduating from the Academy with a Bachelor of Music (Hons) degree, she furthered her music studies at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and was awarded a Master of Arts (Music) degree.
Chan has served as huqin principal not only for the Windpipe Chinese Music Ensemble but also for the Academy Chinese Orchestra and the Hong Kong Youth Chinese Orchestra between 2004 and 2009. In 2010, she went to Chicago and Atlanta on a musical exchange at the invitation of the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, and performed solo in the related concerts. She has represented the Academy and other music organisations on tours to Belgium, Holland, Austria, Germany, France, Malaysia, the Mainland, Taiwan and Singapore as soloist and ensemble member.
Miss Ma Yanki Sze Yan, Visiting Artist of 2018-2019
Yanki Ma graduated from Hong Kong Baptist University, majoring in yangqin performance and pedagogy under Mr Li Tak-kong and Ms Yu Mei-lai. She is currently studying under Ms Pan Wei-wen in Guangdong yangqin. Yanki has performed extensively as a soloist and as a collaborative artist in Europe, U.S. and Asia. Ma formed a duo "PAAR!!!!”with Phoebe Chan to explore the innovative sounds created by yangqin and percussion. She is now a Vice President of Hong Kong yangqin Association, a member of the Cimbalom World Association as well as a part-time instructor and performer of the Music Office.
Ms. Wang Yi Jing, Visiting Artist of 2018-2019
Ms. Wang Ting Ting, Visiting Artist of 2018-2019
Mr. Zhang Zhen, Visiting Artist of 2018-2019
Miss Lee Colleen Ka Ling, Visiting Artist of 2017-2018
"….magnificent, heavenly touch……filled with poetic and profound emotion”- Il Giornale di Vicenza
Since winning the 6th Prize of 15th International Frederic Chopin Piano Competition, Colleen has performed extensively throughout Asia, Europe and North America. She has also been a featured artist at several international music festivals including the International Chopin Festival in Duszniki and Gdansk in Poland; the Assisi International Piano Festival in Italy; Meissen Pianoforte Festival in Germany, International Keyboard Festival in New York, Bowdoin International Music Festival.. Her performance of the ‘Magic Piano and Chopin Shorts’ animation series at the 42nd Hong Kong Arts Festival had garnered rave review. She was invited to perform in the "Beethoven Piano Sonatas Marathon” in Vienna, August 2016.
Colleen has collaborated with major international orchestras such as the Galacia Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, China Philharmonic Orchestra, Gui Yang Symphony Orchestra, Guangzhou Symphony Orchestra, Wuhan Philharmonic Orchestra, Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra, Sendai Philharmonic Orchestra, Shanghai Symphony Orchestra, Amadeus Chamber Orchestra of Polish Radio, and Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra among others. She was the Artist Associate/Piano of the Hong Kong Sinfonietta for the 2010/2011 Season and went with the orchestra on its tour to South America, performing in Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay.
She is an avid chamber music lover and appearing in chamber music concerts including the 2nd Hong Kong International Chamber Music Festival, the Musicusfest in 2013-2015, HK University Chamber Gems and concert presented by Hong Kong Chamber Society. She has also collaborated with RTHK Quartet and the Shanghai Quartet.
Born in Hong Kong, Colleen started her piano lesson at the age of four. Subsequently she was trained at the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts under the celebrated pedagogue Ms Eleanor Wong since she was seven. After completion of her Bachelor of Music Degree in 2003, she was awarded scholarship from The Hong Kong Jockey Club Music and Dance Fund and the Bernard Van Zuiden Scholarship to further her studies at the Hochschule für Musik, Theater und Median in Hannover with Professor Arie Vardi. Colleen was the recipient of many international awards besides her success at the Chopin Competition, including First Prize at the 3rd Seiler International Piano Competition in Kitzingen, Germany, the 2003 Dorothy Mackenzie Artist Recognition Award, Third Place and Critic and Audience Prizes at the 15th International Competition for Piano and Orchestra in Cantú, Italy, Price Winner of the 1st Hong Kong International Piano Competition, the Pro Musicis International Award, Gina Bachauer International Artist Competition Award, Sendai International Music Competition award, and was Laureate of the 16th Santander International Piano Competition in Spain.
In 2006 the Fryderyk Chopin Institute released Colleen’s all Chopin album recorded with the Pleyel Piano, and an all Scarlatti Sonata CD was released by Naxos in August 2008. She was featured on the Hong Kong Sinfonietta new released album " This is Classical Music 3” in November 2014.
In recognition of her outstanding achievements in music and in the promotion of arts and culture, Colleen has been awarded Certificate of Commendation by the Secretary of Home Affairs in 2004, Commendation for Community Service by the Hong Kong Government in 2006 and Young Artist Award by the Hong Kong Art Development Council in 2008.
Currently Colleen is the Honorary-Artist-in-Residence of The Education University of Hong Kong and on piano faculty of the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts and Hong Kong Baptist University.
|Composer, Guitarist, Arranger, Producer|
Prof. Chen John Kwok-ping, Visiting Artist of 2017-2018
John started piano lessons at the age of 4. He started violin at 8 and guitar at 15, and experimented with various odd instruments. After high school, he went to USA for his first degree in music composition, followed by a Master’s degree in composition and electronic music. In 1988, John received his doctoral degree in music composition, computer music and ethno-musicology from University of Illinois. John earned numerous honors and awards including Charles Ives Composition Award, RTHK Best Pop Song Award, CASH Most Performed Serious Composition Award. He is a freelance composer, guitarist, record producer and arranger, in addition to being university professor for over 20 years in USA and Hong Kong.
As a composer, arranger, guitarist and producer, John had arranged, composed and recorded for artists such as Hacken Lee, Prudence Lau, Sammi Cheung, Kenny Bee, Cass and Roman etc. He also compose for famous musicians and ensembles, including Royal Danish Ballet, Basel Percussion Trio, Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra (HKPO) and the Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra (HKCO).
In 2005, John formed JohnChen Ensemble (JCE) and was invited to present a multi-media production ‘Songs from Within’ as their debut in 2006. Their fully staged concerts received positive reviews over the years.
Today, as a performer, he plays Spanish nylon-string guitars, Indian Tabla, Peruvian Charango, Egyptian Oud, as well as other ethnic instruments.
Prof. Yuen Nancy Miu Fun, Visiting Artist of 2017-2018
Prof. Yuen Nancy Miu Fu made her debut upon graduation from the Royal Academy of Music, London, with the Welsh National Opera, singing the title role of Madama Butterfly to great critical acclaim. Other starring roles include Romilda (Xerxes), Violetta (La Traviata), Aida, Gilda (Rigoletto), Tytania (A Midsummer Night’s Dream), Rosalinda (Die Fledermaus), Nedda (I Pagliacci), Leonora (Il Trovatore), Tosca, Mimi (La Bohème), Micaela (Carmen), Pamina (Die Zauberflöte), Donna Anna (Don Giovanni), Liu (Turandot), Antonia (Les Contes D’Hoffmann), Thaiis and Countessa (Le Nozze di Figaro).
A celebrated recitalist and versatile concert artist, she performs regularly with major orchestras and choral societies. She gives vocal masterclasses in Asia and sits on the panel of judges in international competitions.
Nancy joins the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts as Head of Vocal Studies in 2010. She has been elected Associate of the Royal Academy of Music in 2014 for her achievements and outstanding contribution to music.
Mr. Zhang Miao Yang, Visiting Artist of 2017-2018
Mr. Zhang Miao Yang is a renowned voice--over artist, narrator and media educator. He is currently the broadcasting consultant and iconic voice--over artist of Phoenix Satellite Television Company Limited as well as the Chairman of Hong Kong language art association. His voice--over and narration are down to earth and full of emotions. He is enthusiastic about promoting narration and voice--over in an authentic way so as to reflect one’s characteristic. He is widely recognized as the most characterized voice--over artist and narrator in the TV industry in Chinese communities in the world.
Ms. Yung Lucia Tsang-shien, Visiting Artist of 2017-2018
Ms. Yung Lucia Tsang-shien studied bassoon with Maestro Hsu Chia-chu in Taiwan at the age of 11. She continued her study at the National Conservatory of Music in Rome since she was 13. She was awarded with a Diploma in Chamber Music and served as a teaching assistant for two years since graduation.
In 1992, Ms. Yung won the silver award at Turneo Internazionale di Musica. In 1993, she served as Principal Bassoon at the Orchestra del Lazio who was the first and the only female Principal Bassoon in Italy.
In 1999, Ms. Yung pursued further studies under Maestro Sergio Azzolini in Switzerland. She collaborated with many renowned orchestras in Europe including Teatro dell’Opera di Roma, Orchestre Nazionale Sinfonica della RAI, Orchestra Toscanini, Orchestra Internazionale d’Italia, Genova Opera House, Swiss Radio Symphony Orchestra in Lugano and received numerous international awards before joining the Macao Orchestra as Principal Bassoon in 2010.
|Choir Conductor of Xinghai Conservatory of Music|
Mr. Zhang Xin, Visiting Artist 2015 & 2016
Mr Ray Kwok, Musical Director from 2016 to 2019
Ray Kwok received Bachelor of Fine Arts degree majoring in Drama Acting, Master of Social Science degree in Media Management, and Master of Education degree in Liberal Studies.
Kwok worked as a full-time actor in the Hong Kong Repertory Theatre (HKRT) from 1997 to 2007. Throughout his 10 years of professional career in the HKRT, he has participated in many professional stage productions worldwide with world-class artists and directors.
A passionate and experienced drama teacher, Kwok has taught over 200 educational organizations from primary to tertiary level. He has also conducted numerous drama and musical workshops for teenagers and adults since 1998.
Kwok works closely with professional theatre groups, commercial companies, institutes, outstanding artists and pop stars in Hong Kong, serving as a producer for operas and musicals, a playwright, a stage director, a composer and a lyricist. His recent major works include large scale of Event, Concert, Musical & Opera productions:
Ms. Mu Hong, Visiting Artist of 2015-2016
穆紅，聲樂教授；星海音樂學院民族聲樂系主任；聲樂碩士生導師；中國民族聲樂研究會副會長；廣州市天河區文聯副主席；廣州市天河區音樂家協會主席；廣東省聲樂協會副主席；1993年 "第五屆羊城音樂花會” 美聲唱法一等獎；2000年 "第十六屆特拉納夫斯基國際聲樂比賽” 第三名；2007年度 "全國優秀教師”。
Ms. Yang Chen, Visiting Artist of 2016-17
先後在廣州等地舉辦多場個人音樂會：2009年6月15日 “點—楊晨琵琶獨奏音樂會”；2010年5月13日 “楊晨琵琶名曲賞析音樂會”；2012年10月18日“珠落玉盤-楊晨琵琶獨奏音樂會”；2015年10月24日“楊晨師生琵琶重奏音樂會”； 2016年5月19日 “楊晨琵琶獨奏音樂會”等，同時出訪德國、奧地利及港澳等多個國家和地區交流演出。2010 年獲中國教育改革研究會評選的全國教育改革優秀教學論文大賽一等獎、2010年度全國教育改革優秀教師稱號；2011 年擔任文化部中華社會文化發展基金會主辦的“第四屆全國青少年藝術風采展示活動”評委；2011 年擔任華南青少年藝術節評委；2011 年獲“敦煌杯”首屆全國琵琶大賽優秀指導教師獎；2012 年擔任“遼源國際琵琶藝術節暨琵琶演奏大賽”評委,同年被評為星海音樂學院優秀教師。2013年主持高等教育教學改革專案《嶺南音樂琵琶重奏課程的教學改革與實踐》，參與省級課題《嶺南精品音樂》。創辦星海音樂學院“嶺之南”彈撥樂團赴香港參加2013“華樂聯盟”國際華樂室內樂團隊比賽榮獲三等獎。2014年3月獲亞洲國際藝術交流大賽“優秀導師獎”、 5月獲廣東省首屆中國民族器樂大賽“優秀指導教師獎”、10月赴江蘇省海門市參加“中國音樂家協會琵琶專業委員會第二屆理事會”，當選中國音協琵琶專業委員會理事。2016年指導學生陳逸《琵琶在群眾文化活動中的普及與推廣》獲大學生創新創業訓練計畫專案國家級立項、李雅惠《琵琶教學的社會實踐研究》獲省級立項。曾先後在《樂府新聲》、《藝術教育》等專業期刊發表《琵琶教學中的美感培養》、《纖弱的美—琵琶下出輪探究》等9篇學術論文。
Ms. Pi Xiaocai, Visiting Artist of 2016-17
Mr. Zhang Peng, Visiting Artist of 2016-17
Ms. Meng Xiaoxu, Visiting Artist of 2015-2016
Mr. Paolo Morena, Visiting Artist of 2015-2016
Mr. Paolo Morena was born in Pescara (Italy) in 1973. He has studied violin with George Monch (assistant Henryk Szeryng) in Paris. He continued his studies with V. Liberman, Z. Giles, P. Vernikov, I. Grubert and Marco Rizzi.
He has been awarded in several international violin competitions (GB Viotti, Vittorio Veneto, Postacchini) and won with the pianist Alessandro Capella the first prize in the International Competition "Citta´di Termoli” in 1999. In that same year, he received the prize "Giovani talienti” del Rotary Club Italia among the most interesting violinists of his generation.
He has performed as soloist under the direction of conductors such as Riccardo Chailly, Wladimyr Iurovsky, Claus Peter Flor, Yutaka Sado, Luis Bacalov, Víctor Pablo Pérez, Oleg Caetani, Jose Maria Sciutto, Christopher Hogwood, Dimitri Sitkovesky and others with a wide repertory from Bach to Schnitke.
He has recorded for RAI the first Concerto Grosso A. Schnitker with W. Iurosky as conductor, the Nocturne for violin and orchestra of A. Schoenberg with R.Chailly, and the Concerto for violin and orchestra of R. Scumann with O. Caetani.
The composer Giancarlo Menotti has dedicated him his concert for violin and orchestra (1954), premiering his work (in Spain), with Tenerife Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Victor Pablo Perez and the Argentine composer Luis Bacalov (Oscar winner for the soundtrack of the movie " Il Postino ") has dedicated him his Violin Concert, played in world premiering in the same year with Magna Grecia Orchestra under the direction of master Bacalov.
He was elected as concertmaster in 1999 by Riccardo Chailly of the Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano "G. Verdi”. Since then he is guest concertmaster in orchestras such as Orchestra Nazionale di Santa Cecilia di Roma, Orchestra del Teatro Carlo Felice di Genova, Orchestra del Teatro Lirico di Cagliari, NES (New European Strings), Orquesta Sinfónica de Galicia, Orquesta Sinfónica de Barcelona y Nacional de Catalunya, Orquesta Sinfónica de Castilla y León, Orchestra della Radio della Svizzera Italiana, Orchestra Filarmonica della Scala.
He is currently concertmaster of the Orquesta Sinfónica de Tenerife (director Jia Lu) and playing with a splendid Giovani Battista Guadagnini violin dating from 1771.
|Chinese Craft Artist|
Mr. Liao Haifeng, Visiting Artist of 2014-2015
|Master of Chinese Arts and Crafts|
Mr. Liao Hongbiao, Visiting Artist of 2014-2015