Wei Chen is a pianist and piano teacher from China. He is a student of Prof. Inge Rosar at the “International J. S. Bach Academy in Memoriam Walter Blankenheim “. He has studied works from Bach, Mozart, Chopin and others with her, and has taken part in many of the Academy’s professional seminars on Bach’s works. He studied piano performance in Switzerland and attended classes with professors from Musik-Akademie der Stadt Basel， Hochschule der künste Bern, Conservatoire de Lausanne and Geneva Conservatories and Zürcher Hochschule der Künste, such as Prof. Tobias Schabenberger, Prof. Tomasz Herbut, Prof. Pirre Goy, Prof. Karl-Andreas Kolly and others.
Currently, Wei is studying for a Master’s degree at the Centre for Performance Science at the Royal College of Music in London, where he is focusing on performance psychology and pedagogy, with a particular emphasis on practice and memory strategies.
He also has extensive and unique experience in the field of piano teaching and can address students’ problems in a very focused and creative way.
In 2023 he won first prize at the Bach International Music Competition.
You can find Wei’s 2023 Baroque Music Competition piano performance here.