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Tuesday 23 July 2.00 pm 

Bocheng Wang (piano)

Chopin: Nocturne in C# minor Op 27 no 1 (5')

Chopin: Ballade no 2 in F major Op 38 (7')

Chopin: Andante Spinato et Grande Polonaise Brillante Op 22 (13')

Ravel: 'Ondine' from Gaspard de la nuit (6')

Rachmaninov: Sonata no 2 in B flat minor Op 36 (20')
Allegro / Non allegro / Allegro


Bocheng Wang has performed as a soloist with the Hillingdon Philharmonic Orchestra, the Royal Academy of Music Symphony Orchestra, the Dulwich Symphony Orchestra and the London Mozart Players. He has toured across Europe including in the UK, Germany, Poland, Denmark, France and Spain. Following his debut recital at Wigmore Hall in 2023, Bocheng was described by The Arts Desk as ‘a force to be reckoned with', playing passages ‘with mastery and drama'. An artist with Making Music UK, Bocheng has performed at festivals including PianoTexas International Festival & Academy, Ferrara Summer Festival, Dartington Music Summer School and Festival and The International Musical Artistry Goslar. He has taken masterclasses with the likes of Richard Goode, Stephen Kovacevich, Pavel Gililov, Arie Vardi, Imogen Cooper, Pascal Rogé and Steven Osborne. His important competition successes include First Prize at the Royal Overseas-League Piano Competition (2023), Second Prize at the Windsor International Piano Competition (2022), Semi-finalist Prize at the Santander International Piano Competition (2018), and the First & Grand Prize at the Croydon Performing Arts Festival Concerto Competition (2015). Bocheng reached the highest level of achievement during his studies at the Royal Academy of Music, culminating in full marks from the Academy's Advanced Diploma in Performance programme under Professor Ian Fountain. He also previously achieved a Master's Degree with the highest performance award DipRAM and a Bachelor's Degree with First Class Honours under Professor Ian Fountain and Professor Christopher Elton. Bocheng's studies were supported by Sir Elton John. He is currently a pupil of Professor Tessa Nicholson.


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