• Wenchen Qin has been teaching at the Central Conservatory in Beijing since 2001
• DAAD scholarship and study visit with Nicolaus A. Huber
• Diploma with distinction at the Folkwang Hochschule Essen
• Qin works with excellent ensembles such as Ensemble Recherche, L'Ensemble Itinéraire, Ensemble Europa Antidogma, Tokyo City Symphony Orchestra, the RSO Berlin and the Ensemble of Line
• Incorporates traditional Chinese instruments into his music
• Musical language combines subtle, intense and diverse sounds with exciting development processes.
Works by Wenchen Qin include:
The Sun Shadow VI for chamber ensemble (2005)
Seeking Sound – A Picture of Ling Lun’s Inspiration for orchestra (2018)
Poetry of the Land for zheng, sheng and orchestra (2020)
Works by Wenchen Qin are published by Boosey & Hawkes / Sikorski.
"I am particularly fascinated by the ancient landscape paintings of the Song and Yuan dynasties, because in these pictures the world of nature is directly reflected.” — Wenchen Qin