Bai Weiqi, a teacher of western percussion in Orchestral System Music Department of Central Conservatory and the timpani chief of the Symphony Orchestra of the Central Conservatory of Music.
Born in 1996 in Chifeng, Inner Mongolia, has the study experience in the Central Conservatory of Music Middle School, Central Conservatory of Music, and Hochschule für Musik HannsEisler Berlin. He is the winner of the world's largest classical music event -- the 68th ARD International Music Competition in Munich, Germany, and obtained the highest performer diploma (Doctoral Degree) of Hochschule für Musik HannsEisler Berlin in Germany.
He has been successively learned from: Sun Jianhua, Percussionist of Inner Mongolia Chifeng Song and Dance Ensemble; Sha Mi, Percussionist of China Philharmonic Orchestra; Professor Li Biao, a famous conductor and percussionist;Professor Rainer Seegers, Chief of timpani of Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra; Professor Franz Schindlbeck, Chief of Percussion of Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra; Professor Sanja Fister, Hochschule für Musik HannsEisler Berlin.
From 2007-2013, he was admitted to the Affiliated Middle School of Central Conservatory of MusicIn 2013, he joined in Li Biao Youth Percussion Group. In November 2013, he participated in the concert package of the China Indoor Opera Promotion Program. Having obtained various professional excellence awards with high values, he successfully held the solo concert in July 2015.
In April 2016, he was invited to attend the first National Symposium on Music Performing Research and served in the percussion music performance sound department. In July, he won The First Prize in Marimba, Vibraphone and The Second Prize in snare drum of Global Chinese Youth Percussion Competition Professional Youth Group. In August, he participated in the 2016 International Percussion Music Festival as a professional performer. Later, in October, he ranked the second place in Marimba in the IPEA International Percussion Competition by his excellent performance and superior skills.
In 2018, he won the third Prize in the 68th ARD International Music Competition in Munich.
Bai Weiqi, who never stops learning and practicing, has not only participated in nearly 100 performances of ensemble, modern new works, classical symphony, chamber music and other kinds of performances, but also successfully completed the important performances of China National Symphony Orchestra (CNSO), China Philharmonic Orchestra, Beijing Film Orchestra and other well-known orchestras. As a lecturer of Li Biao Youth Percussion Group, he has held multiple percussion summer camps, national tours and public welfare promotion activities.
As a percussion soloist, he is often active in major concerts, art exhibitions and charity performances who has also held solo concerts many times. More specifically, he has the performance experience in Berlin Philarmonie, Deutsche Oper Berlin, Konzerthaus Berlin, Herkulesaal Munich, Concert Hall of HfM Berlin, Regent Theatre, Concert Hall of Hochschule für Musik and Theater München.
By virtue of research spirit and intelligent musicality, he has systematized the possibility of sound technology and music design.Bai is always on the way to become a high-class musician. He is willing to explore a wider cultural knowledge and profile his artistic growth.