Bocheng Wang is a scholar of the Elton John Award and an artist of the Keyboard Charitable Trust.
Born in Lanzhou, China, Bocheng Wang began his career performing a celebratory concert in honour of HM Queen Elizabeth II's 90th birthday performing Mozart’s Concerto No.20 in D minor with the London Mozart Players. In the same year he performed Beethoven’s Emperor Concerto with the Dulwich Symphony Orchestra and Prokofiev’s Concerto No.3 with the Purcell Symphony Orchestra. In January 2020, Bocheng collaborated with the Royal Academy of Music Symphony Orchestra performing Prokofiev’s Concerto No.3.
Bocheng has performed in many venues including Wigmore Hall, Kings Place, St Martin-in-the-Fields and FAZIOLI Hall. He is a prizewinner in many prestigious international piano competitions, including the Yamaha Music Foundation of Europe Scholarships Competition (First Prize), Croydon Concerto Competition (First Prize), Liszt International Society Piano Competition (Second prize) and semi-finalist in the Santander International Piano Competition. He has also appeared in many international festivals and participated in masterclasses worldwide.
Most recently, Bocheng gained his BA with First Class Honours under Christopher Elton and is currently studying for a Masters Degree under Ian Fountain at the Royal Academy of Music.