WANG, Silu

Biography


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

In 2009, with the highest audition score, she was accepted into the Secondary Music School of Nanjing University of Arts and mentored by Xu Jun, Head of Keyboard department. Subsequently, William Chen from Shanghai Coversataory took Silu as his protégé, further broadening her experience and exposure. In 2012, Silu moved to London and studied at the Royal Academy of Music with Ian Fountain, and then the Guildhall School of Music & Drama with Philip Jenkins, she is currently studying at the Royal College of Music with Edna Stern towards a Master of Piano Performances degree.

Over the past few years, she performed solo and chamber recitals in many established concert venues in europe, which included the Duke's Hall, the Wigmore Hall, the Milton Court Concert Hall, the Austria Culture Forum, the Amaryllis Fleming Concert Hall, the Union Concert Hall, and the Leatherhead Church. She was invited performed in many international music festivals, such as the 60th International Nice Music Festival, Amalfi Coast Music & Arts 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 competition during these years, including the “Steinway & Sons” National Youth Piano Competition, Pearl River - “Kayserburg ”National Youth Piano Competition, Springboard International Concerto Competition, “ISCHIA” International Piano Competition, and International Music Competition “Rome” Grand Prize Virtuoso.

Not only is she interested in solo piano. She is also an chamber musician and performed chamber recitals across the South-East of England. She was a part of the chorus choir in the 2016 GSMD annual concert in Barbican Hall, where the group performed 'Academic Festival Overture' by Brahms and Walton's 'Belshazzar’s Feast'. During 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 ChinaNews, Enorth, Huanqiu, Sohu, Ifeng, ChinaDaily, UkChinese. She has released the following albums, all of which are available on major music platforms including Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Prime, Google Music, Deezer, TIDAL, etc.
·Bartók: Suite, Op. 14 (UPC: 5059137057888)
·Contemporary Classical Piano Solo (UPC: 5059137452393)
·Fantasy Waltzes Live Concert (UPC: 5059137515647)
·Rendezvous Vol. 1: The Path of Wind (UPC: 5059137934646)
·Rendezvous Vol. 2: Always With Me (UPC: 5059137312857)

Testimonials

  • 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