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Young Chinese Performers Series

Faye Leung was born in Shanghai and trained at the Shanghai Ballet School . In 1995 Faye won a special award and first prize at the Shanghai International Ballet Competition (Teenage Group).

Young Chinese Performers Series

Liwei Qin is one of the most sought after cellist nowadays.Liwei Qin has performed with BBC Scottish and Singapore Symphony Orchestra, the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, Welsh National Ope

Young Chinese Performers Series

A native of Yunnan, Li Han-zhong joined the Beijing Military Affiliated Song and Dance Troupe at the age of 11. Thus, his life as a dancer began.

Young Chinese Performers Series

Huang Mengla was born in Shanghai in 1980 and began studying violin at the age of 4. He was accepted by the Shanghai Conservatory at age 8.

Young Chinese Performers Series

Colleen played the piano at the age of four. Shw was admitted to the Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts three years later.

Young Chinese Performers Series

Karen Han is a versatile erhu player who has put the traditional chinese two-stringed instrument onto the world's stage.

Young Chinese Performers Series

Zhang Liping said , ” The first time I heard Traviata. I was a secondary school student. I did not know what was in the lyrics. I remember I was so touched by the music that I sat there and cried.

Young Chinese Performers Series

” The first time I tried modern dance, I experienced the kind of freedom I never felt in my heart, ” said Xing Liang. Xing Liang began training as a traditional Chinese dancer at the age of 12.

Young Chinese Performers Series

“ My heart sings because of beauty, ” Chen Sa said. Chen Sa is the most promising woman virtuoso pianist in China today. Her audience says her playing is as beautiful as singing.