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Wenting Kang

Wenting Kang

Chinese violist Wenting Kang appeared as an “excellent violist” who “possesses a dark glowing sound” in the New York Times after her performance at Carnegie Hall. Kang’s playing also has been lauded as “elegant”, “precise” as well as “pure”, "tone-passionate without ever losing a sense of control" in the Boston Musical Intelligencer.

Her debut CD recording with pianist Sergei Kvitko “Mosaic” was released in 2022. Among many positive reviews, Gramophone Magazine noted “Part of the allure is her golden and glowing tone but the subtlety of her shading is just as transfixing.” “Her technique is close to flawless” “A terrific programme in every way”. It has won the gold medal as recommended CD on the Melómano Magazine in Spain. Its tracks were selected to be on the “Best New Classical Music” playlist on Spotify as well as the “New Music Friday” playlist of American Society of Composers and Publishers.

Ms. Kang appeared as soloist collaborating with major orchestras such as Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra, Nagoya Philharmonic Orchestra, Orquesta Sinfónica de Madrid, Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra working with renowned conductos including Ivor Bolton, Michiyoshi Inoue, and José María Moreno.

She studied at Central Conservatory in Beijing, the New England Conservatory in Boston, and the Kronberg Academy, under the guidance of renowned teachers such as Nobuko Imai, Kim Kashkashian, Garth Knox, Donald Weilerstein, Miriam Fried, and Liangsheng Cheng, and Changhai Wang.

Ms. Kang has been appointed as Viola Faculty at the New England Conservatory in Boston from September 2024. Since 2016, Kang has been active as assistant professor alongside the renowned Nobuko Imai at the Escuela Superior de Musica Reina Sofia in Madrid. Most recent, she opened her class as professor at Escuela Superior de Música Forum Musikae in Madrid. In recent years, Kang has taught masterclasses for viola and chamber music in prestigious institutions such as University Mozarteum, Conservatorium van Amsterdam, Kunst-Universität Graz, and Franz Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest.

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