Hanzhi Wang, born in 1990, is considered one of the young stars of the new generation of classical accordionists.
Despite her young age, she achieved great success, performing around the world as soloist and as chamber musician.
She is often described as “full of mastery”, “technically impeccable” and “great stage presence”, features added to the innovative musical experience of which she is exponent.
She has received numerous awards since the age of 18 as the “Beijing International Accordion Competition” in China and the “klingenthal International accordion competition” in Germany.
She won the Arrasate International Competition in Spain in 2013, and the Prize of Class at the International Accordion Prize of Castelfidardo in 2015.
In addition to the several tours, she appeared also many times on TV programmes.
With her unique performances, Hanzhi Wang has become very popular among modern composers. Many of them have dedicated to her works, such as Danish dancer Martin Lohse and British James Black.
For inspiring the young accordion generation, she made lecture and excellent master classes in 7th International Summer Campus at the Royal Danish Academy of Music, Tianjin Music Conservatory of China, Music College of Capital Normal University of China. She was also invited as jury member at the 6th International Digital Accordion Competition of Rome and the International Accordion Festival in Alcobaça, Portugal and the 41st International Castelfidardo Accordion music festival in Italy.
In 2017 she will release her solo-cd, with works by Danish composers. The CD is called “In the path of H.C. Andersen”, and takes the listener in to the heritage of Danish adventures.