Gained acclaim from New York Times for the meltingly beautiful tone, flawless centered intonation and an ironclad technique, Cellist Li-Wei Qin has appeared all over the world as a soloist and as a chamber musician. After achieving great success at the 11th Tchaikovsky International Competition where he was awarded the Silver Medal, he has since won the First Prize in the prestigious 2001 Naumburg Competition in New York. Qin was described by Paul Cutts in the Strad Magazine as "the most gifted young cellist I have heard." Prior to teaching at the YST Conservatory, Li-Wei was a professor of cello at the Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester.
This time he comes to Hong Kong, apart from joining hands with Hong Kong String Orchestra in the concert, he squeezes his precious time to meet his music fans and local students and to share his music journey, don’t miss this golden chance to learn from Maestro Qin.