July 10 - 19
Xiao Wang has been praised by the New York Times as an “excellent violinist,”
who “made the most of its expressive opportunities.” First-prize winner of the
2012 Szigeti International Violin Competition and 2016 New York Concert Artist, he has received numerous prizes and awards from international competitions, including the 2015 Queen Elizabeth Competition and the 2015 Seoul International Competition.
Mr. Wang has toured throughout North America, Europe, and Asia. As a soloist,
he performed at Bela Bartok National Concert Hall, Carnegie Hall, Gewandhaus, Kammermusiksaal of the Berlin Philharmonic, National Center for Performing Art in Beijing, and Seoul Art Center. He worked under the baton of Marin Alsop, David Gilbert, János Kovács, George Manahan, and András Ligeti, and performed with orchestras including the National Orchestra of Belgium, the Kodály Philharmonic Orchestra, the Gewandhaus Academisches Orchester.
Mr. Wang is a violin faculty at the Manhattan School of Music. He was invited as a guest artist and faculty member and given recitals and masterclasses at the Budapest Spring Festival, Texas Music Festival, Festival International de
Musique de Wissembourg, Bravo Music Festival, Qingdao Music Festival, and
Beijing International Music Festival and Academy and Manhattan in the
Mountains. As a passionate chamber musician, he has collaborated with
members of the American String Quartet, the Mendelssohn String Quartet, New York Philharmonic Orchestra, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, and faculty
members of Eastman School of Music, Manhattan School of Music, Mannes
School of Music and the Juilliard School.
Xiao Wang began his violin studies at the Central Conservatory of Music in
Beijing with Weidong Tong and later studied with Joseph Silverstein at the
Curtis Institute of Music. He received B.M., M.M., and Artist Diploma from the
Manhattan School of Music under the guidance of Lucie Robert.