10 February 2022
World renowned pianist Wei Luo draws inspiration from Sergei Prokofiev
“I think my biggest passion in life is the arts,” said Luo. “Obviously, I am a pianist, so I want to express and I want to connect with people with my music, with the performances that I do. Making that connection with people and to love each other, I think that’s the most important thing in my life.”
19 July 2020
Wei Luo performed Rachmaninoff 2nd concerto with Maestro Long Yu at Guangzhou Symphony-Closing season concert
9 December 2019
Pianist Wei Luo delivers stunning performance with San Diego Symphony
If you stayed at home for this concert, it was your profound loss. Luo seems destined for stardom. With a minimum of fuss but a huge dose of flabbergasting technique, she ripped through Prokofiev’s Piano Concerto No. 3 in C major with ease and authority.
8 December 2019
Wei Luo makes impressive debut with San Diego Symphony in Prokofiev Third Piano Concerto
From Wei Luo’s sparkling opening salvo in the Prokofiev, I sensed we were about to hear an extraordinary piano performance, and her muscular yet seamlessly refined technique thrilled us traversing this flashy icon of early 20th-century modernism.
22 August 2019
WQXR features Pianist Wei Luo's Debut Album
Luo features her flair for Russian composers with selections by Shostakovich, Prokofiev, and Shchedrin, as well as works by Haydn and Ravel.
14 August 2019
Wei Luo, blissful individuality at the piano
"Wei is a young lady now, who deserves to go very far. She is not only a wonderful musical powerhouse but a brilliant thinker, who goes way beyond the score and brings her own ideas to everything she approaches,” says Gary Graffman, Wei Luo’s trusted mentor since she arrived at Philadelphia’s Curtis Institute of Music at the age of 13.
12 February 2019
Steinway Spirio Spotlight: Luo recorded music from Mozart, Chopin to Shchedrin.
More classical tracks this month come from a future star, 19-year-old Chinese pianist Wei Luo. Her expressive Mozart and Chopin are complemented by the startling virtuosity of her Prokofiev and Shchedrin.