WANG, Silu


Silu Wang is a Chinese-born concert pianist, Young Steinway Artist, and currently based in London.

In 2012, Silu moved to London and studied at the Royal Academy of Music with Ian Fountain, then the Guildhall School of Music & Drama with Philip Jenkins, and the Royal College of Music with Edna Stern.

Over the past few years, she has given many solo and chamber recitals in established concert venues throughout Europe. She was invited to perform in many international music festivals, such as 60th International Nice Music Festival, Brighton and Hove Performing Arts Music Festival and etc. She also had masterclasses with Christopher Elton, Pascal Devoyon, Stephen Hough, Jacques Rouvier, Deniz Arman Gelenbe, and Hamish Milne. She was awarded in numerous competitions, including the “Steinway & Sons” National Youth Piano Competition, Springboard International Concerto Competition, “ISCHIA” International Piano Competition, and International Music Competition “Rome” Grand Prize Virtuoso. In 2017, she was invited by British composer Ben Burrows to help with the production and recording of the soundtrack for the first film made of the Warhorse story, 'A Couple of Downs and Outs' in Abbey Road Studio - a project run in partnership with York St. John University.

Silu Wang was invited to give interviews with some of the most influential media in China, including, ChinaDaily, ChinaNews, Sohu, etc. She has released the following albums available on major music platforms including Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Prime, Google Music, QQ Music, with listeners from over 70 countries.


  • Played with great affection. Colourful and engaging. Provided a wide range of tonal variety. Very convincing...
    Ruth Gerald-Previously Head of Keyboard Studies at the Royal College of Music
  • Persuasively played with a fine shape of sound and mood. Unique clean sound! I wanted more from you!
    Pamela Lidiard-Deputy Head of Keyboard Studies at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama
  • Sensitive and refined performance. The playing is committed and absolutely expressive!
    Andrew Sherwood-Chairman of the Adjudicators at Spring Board Festival
  • A very stylish performance with a winning elegance in the playing and a sense musical empathy throughout..tempi were really well judged and textures were appropriately scaled. A performance with a good deal to admire and enjoy!
    Ronan O’Hora-Head of Keyboard Studies and Advanced Performance Studies at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama
  • You were a splendid ambassador for the virtues of the Alwyn, which you had worked on with care for detail and real imagination and panache.
    Andrew Ball-Piano professor, the Royal College of Music