Wei Tan holds Bachelors and Masters degrees in Music from the Manhattan School of Music. As a soloist and chamber musician, she has performed in the United States as well as China. She made her New York debut at Weill Recital Hall in Carnegie Hall in 2002. Born into a family of musicians, Ms. Tan began her violin studies at the age of three with her father, Guo-Zhang Tan, and grandfather, Shu-Chen Tan, the latter of whom was a renowned violinist, an influential educator, and Deputy Director of the Shanghai Conservatory of Music. She has earned numerous awards, such as ones from the Music for the World Foundation and Blue Ridge Foundation. She has also won many competitions, including the Lillian Fuchs Chamber Music, and the 2001-2002 Artists International Presentation Series. Ms. Tan’s performances have been broadcast on WQXR, the Hong Kong Radio Station, and the Shanghai Classical Music Television network. Ms. Tan is also co-founder of the New York International Artists Association and acts as their Artistic Director. As a teacher, Ms. Tan is extremely technically skilled. She can quickly identify a way to correct any issues a student may have and is highly devoted to her students, doing her best to help them succeed.