Wang Lan – Soprano



‘在每次的合作演出中,我都能感受到来自他对音乐独特的见解,以及他的音乐知识的丰富。每次的合作,都是如此的顺畅与愉悦。’

‘When I work with Michael, I can always sense his unique interpretation (of the music) along with his vast knowledge of the repertoire we are performing. Each and every one of our collaboration is truly effortless and enlightening.’

刘淼迎,是一个直率乐观,对音乐执着奋斗不息的音乐人。尽管他常常作为独奏钢琴的身份出现在音乐会中,但作为我的业余伴奏,在每次的合作演出中,我都能感受到来自他对音乐独特的见解,以及他的音乐知识的丰富。每次的合作,都是如此的顺畅与愉悦。

Michael Low is an uncomplicated and cheerful musician with an undying love passion for music. Even though Michael is (first and foremost) a soloist, he is also my chamber music partner. When I work with Michael, I can always sense his unique interpretation (of the music) along with his vast knowledge of the repertoire we are performing. Each and every one of our collaboration is truly effortless and enlightening.

In 2007, Wang Lan was awarded her Masters in Music by the National Tchaikovsky Academy of Music in Kiev before furthering her studies at the College of Music in the University of Cape Town. Lan’s competition prizes includes third prize at the Art in the 21st Century competition in Vorzel (Ukraine) as well as one of the finalists in the 6th Shizuoka International Opera Competition in Japan. She has also performed several operatic roles including Leoncavallo’s Nedda (Pagliacci) and Verdi’s Flora (La Traviata) in Kiev. In 2011, Lan appeared as a soloist performing Chinese traditional songs with chorus at the Huaxia theatre in Shenzhen, China. In 2012, she appeared as Cio-cio-san in Puccini’s Madame Butterfly with Sidwill Hardman in Cape Town.