Hanzhi Wang is considered to be one of the shining stars amongst the young upcoming generation of classical accordionists. Despite her young age, she already has a remarkable career, and tours all over the world as soloist and chamber musician. In reviews she is described as “Masterfully”, “Technically flawless” and “remarkable stage presence”, which adds to her innovative musicianship.
She won the most important competitions for young accordionists by the age of 18, such as the Beijing International accordion competition in China and Klingenthal International accordion competition in Germany. Recently she won two of the absolutely most important accordion competitions for Professional players; The Arrasate International Accordion Competition in Spain (2013), and the Premio category of the International accordion competition in Castelfidardo (2015).
The success in the competitions has lead to concerts and tours in Germany, Denmark, China, Japan, Sweden, Italy, Belgium, Portugal, Serbia, Montenegro and Taiwan. For the upcoming season, she will play concerts in United States, Denmark, Holland, China, Japan, Taiwan, just to name a few. She has also made several TV and radio appearances in many countries.
With her offensive and yet sensitive performances, Hanzhi Wang has also become very popular amongst contemporary composers. Several of them has dedicated their works to her, such as Martin Lohse (DK).
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.
She invited as visiting scholar in the Manhattan School of Music in United States and concert tour for new music introduction and performance.
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.