Taiwanese-British Violinist Hui-Ti Wang (Eric) is considered one the most promising violinists of his generation and receiving increasing international attention. Recently, he debuted Paul Carroll’s Violin Concerto No. 2 in front of Her Majesty The Queen at the Buckingham Palace.
Eric serves as the Concertmaster of the Commonwealth Orchestra and the leader of the London Chamber Players. He has performed at venues such as the Buckingham Palace, Windsor Castle, Barbican Hall, Wigmore Hall and Royal Festival Hall.
He studied at The Purcell School and Royal College of Music with a scholarship under Professor Itzhak Rashkovsky. Eric earned top mark in his class and was awarded the Martin scholarship during his studies. Eric was the Guildhall Artist Fellow and has received the Master’s Degree with Distinction under Professor Jacqueline Ross at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama.
Eric has won many awards and competitions include the Tai Tsui-Lun Foundation Violin Competition in Taiwan (2001), the Outstanding Merit Diploma at the International Sion-Valais Violin Competition in 2003 and The Ricci Foundation’s inaugural Annual Award in February 2004.
Eric worked with Maestro Paolo Olmi. He performed in Ipoh, Penang and Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia, Carman Fantasy by Waxman with the Taipei Philharmonic Orchestra and Mozart Concertos in Italy.
Recently, he made his debut recording with the Commonwealth Orchestra at “Abbey Road Studio” and has been invited to perform for the 90th Birthday of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
He plays on a fine Andrea Guarneri of Cremona 1671.