This husband-and-wife team, both professors at Tianjin Conservatory of Music near Beijing, have mastered the art of playing the ancient Chinese instruments of qin and xiao.
Wang plays several instruments, including the di, xiao, xun, sheng, and hulusi. Over the past two decades, he has conducted master classes, performed solo recitals, and played with contemporary music ensembles in Singapore, Malaysia, Russia, Japan, Poland, Hong Kong, and the United States. He was honored at the International Jiangnan Sizhu Music Competition in Shanghai in 1987.
Li Feng-yun is an expert on the qin, China’s most ancient instrument, which in 2003 was registered by UNESCO as one of the masterpieces of Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity. She earned an undergraduate degree in pipa and qin performance and has won numerous awards in qin performance, including the National Guangdong Music Competition, International Jiangnan Sizhu Music Competition, and the Hangzhou Qin Invitational.