Low Weiyang | Piano
Wei Yang was awarded the prestigious Tan Chin Tuan award in 2012 and graduated from the Royal College of Music in 2013. Wei Yang holds a BMus(Piano) from RCM along with ATCL, LTCL and FTCL from Trinity College London. He is also proficient in the Violin and holds an ATCL in Violin Performance from Trinity College London.
Wei Yang has 11 years of teaching experience in both the Piano and Violin. He is a winner of multiple competitions both locally and regionally. His more notable achievements include winning the 1st prize at the 2nd Lucien Wang Piano Competition, being the award winner of the FTCL (Solo Piano Category) from Trinity Guildhall Malaysia, and taking home the top prize at the 6th Asian Youth Music Competition organized in Singapore. Wei Yang also won 1st prize at the Malaysian Nationwide Youth Piano Competition and finished 2nd in the Kuala Lumpur Festival of Music.
In addition to all his achievements, Wei Yang is also an active performing artiste in the Singapore and Malaysian music scene. Having performed in the Winning Keys Concert Series featuring International Prize winners, he was then invited as a Soloist in the SMJK Catholic Petaling Jaya Children's Fund Raising Concert, playing the Yellow River Piano Concerto and the Youth Piano Concerto. This was broadcasted live in Malaysia on TV3. Wei Yang was also featured as a soloist in the Exhibition on German Culture organized by the Goethe-Institute.
Wei Yang is now under the tutelage of renowned Malaysian pianist Dr Nicholas Ong. When studying in the Royal College of Music, he was under the tutelage of world-renowned pianist Andrew Zolinsky. Other world-renowned musicians that Wei Yang has taken classes from include Dina Parakhina, Gordon Ferguson-Thompson, Roger Muraro, Boris Kraljevic, Dennis Lee, Toh Chee Hung, Rena Phua, Albert Tiu, Ng Chong Lim and Loo Bang Hean.
BMus(Hons), Royal College of Music