Concert pianist Bocheng Wang has already performed with London Mozart Players (cond. Dominic Peckham), Dulwich Symphony (cond. Leigh O’Hara) and Royal Academy of Music Symphony Orchestra (cond. John Wilson). In winter of 2017, Bocheng toured North England cities including Manchester and Newcastle. Since then, he has performed solo recitals across Europe in UK, Germany, Poland, Denmark, France and Spain, at famous venues such as Wigmore Hall, King’s Place, Fazioli Hall (Italy), Warsaw Philharmonic Chamber Music Hall (Poland), and Pereda Hall (Spain).
As an artist of Kirckman Concert Society and Keyboard Charitable Trust in London, Bocheng performed in many festivals including PianoTexas (USA), Ferrara (Italy), Oxford, Dartington (UK) and International Musical Artistry Goslar (Germany), as well as taken masterclasses with renowned musicians namely Richard Goode, Arie Vardi, Yoheved Kaplinsky, Dmitri Alexeev and Steven Osborne. His competition highlights include winning the First and Grand Prize at the Croydon Performing Arts Festival Concerto Competition (2015), Third Prize at the ‘Young Pianist of the North’ International Piano competition (2012), and Semifinalist Prize at the Santander International Piano Competition (2018).
Born in 1997, Bocheng received his childhood music studies in China at the Xi’An Conservatory of Music. In 2011, he gained full scholarship to study at London’s Purcell School for Young Musicians, and later attained a Bachelor’s Degree with First Class Honours at the Royal Academy of Music under Prof. Christopher Elton in 2020. He is currently finishing his Master’s Degree and will continue studying Advanced Diploma with Prof. Ian Fountain at the Royal Academy of Music. Bocheng’s studies are generously supported by The Elton John Award.