自1969年首次亮相以來，奧勒．伯恩定期在歐洲，美國和南美洲與管弦樂團合作演出。他曾與Moshe Atzmon，Herbert Blomstedt，James Conlon，Lukas Foss，Heinz Fricke，Michael Giehlen，Imre Pallo，Marek Janowski，Franz Welser-Möst和Oliver Knussen等指揮合作。
作為老師奧勒．伯恩被廣泛認可。他的學生來自世界各地，他用七種語言教學。他的許多學生都獲得了國際獎項，並在歐洲，南美和美國的領先管弦樂團中獲得過席位。2009年3月，奧勒．伯恩加入了悉尼音樂學院。他曾在丹麥皇家音樂學院和奧斯陸音樂學院任教。他曾在Eastman音樂學院，挪威國家音樂學院，東京Gedai學院和北伊利諾伊大學上課。奧勒．伯恩還擔任過國家和國際比賽的評委會成員，如挪威Sparre Olsen比賽，格里格協會的國際作曲比賽，紐約音樂會藝術家協會比賽，加拿大音樂比賽，Concurso Paulo Bosisio在巴西，澳大利亞的Kendall小提琴比賽，中國的勛菲爾德國際弦樂大賽比賽，香港國際音樂節，意大利的Lipizer小提琴比賽和倫敦國際弦樂四重奏比賽。
Norwegian violinist Ole Böhn pursues an extensive career as soloist, chamber musician, andteacher.
In 1990 Ole Böhn gave the world premiere of Elliott Carter’s violin concerto with the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra. He has performed this concerto, which was written for and dedicated to him, with the leading orchestras in Europe and the U.S.A. His recording of the concerto on Virgin Classics was nominated one of the best recordings in 1992 by the Gramophone.
Since his debut in 1969, Ole Böhn has performed regularly with orchestras in Europe, the U.S.A. and South America. He has collaborated with conductors such as Moshe Atzmon, Herbert Blomstedt, James Conlon, Lukas Foss, Heinz Fricke, Michael Giehlen, Imre Pallo, Marek Janowski, Franz Welser-Möst, and Oliver Knussen.
As a teacher Ole Böhn is widely recognised. His students come from all over the world and he teaches in seven languages. Many of his students have received international prizes and have won seats in leading orchestras in Europe, South America and in the U.S. In March 2009 Ole Böhn joined the faculty of the Sydney Conservatory of Music. He has taught at the Royal Danish Conservatory and at the Conservatory of Music in Oslo. He has given classes
at the Eastman School of Music, The Norwegian State Academy of Music, the Gedai Institute in Tokyo and the University of Northern Illinois. Ole Böhn has also acted as member of the jury in national and international competitions such as the Sparre Olsen Competition in Norway,
The Grieg Society’s International Competition for Composition., the Concert Artist Guild Competition in New York , the Canadian Music Competition, Concurso Paulo Bosisio in Brazil,
The Kendall violin competition in Australia, Schoenfeld Competition in China, Hong Kong International Music Festival, Lipizer Violin Competition in Italy and the London International
String Quartet Competition .
Ole Böhn is the recipient of the Medal of Merit in Gold awarded by King Haral V of Norway. Ole Böhn uses a violin made by Giovanni Battista Guadagnini in 1766 and a Domenic Pecatte bow which were acquired for his use by Nordea Bank of Norway. In 2006, Norwegian King Harald V awarded OleBöhn the “King’s First Gold Medal”, thanks to
OleBöhn ’s great contribution to the Norwegian opera art. OleBöhn has been a jury for the Hong Kong International Music Festival for three terms (2016, 2017, 2018)
王振山，1935年出生，吉林省長春市人，曾在吉林省文工團工作和在瀋陽音樂學院學習。1955至1963年在匈牙利巴托克音樂學校 和 李斯特音樂學院學習，1963年獲演奏家及教師文憑畢業。1963年畢業後，任教於北京中央音樂學院、教授小提琴及室內樂，並在全國各地舉辦大師班，多年的教學成果顯著，學生曾獲帕格尼尼小提琴比賽金獎，很多學生現任國內大交響樂團首席 和 音樂學院教授。1980年向文化部倡議舉辦全國青少年小提琴比賽、並連續多年任評委。曾任兩屆奧伊斯特拉赫國際小提琴比賽評委（烏克蘭）、斯特恩國際比賽評委。
Wang Zhenshan was born in Changchun City, Jilin Province of China in 1935. He worked in the Jilin Provincial Cultural and Art Corps and studied at the Shenyang Conservatory of Music. In 1955 – 1963, he studied at the Bartok Music School and the Liszt Academy of Music in Hungary, obtaining a diploma in performance and teaching upon graduation in 1963. After graduation, Wang taught violin and chamber music at Central Conservatory of Music, and held master classes throughout the country. His teaching achievements have been remarkable for many years. Students under his guidance won the Gold Awards at Paganini Violin competition. Many of his students become concertmasters of major symphonies and professors at various conservatories across China. And professor of music school. In 1980, he proposed a nation-wide youth violin competition to the Ministry of Culture in China, in which he served as a judge for many years. Wang Zhenshen also judged for major International Violin Competitions such as David Oistrakh International Violin Competition (Ukraine) for two terms and Issac Stern International Violin Competition.
葉博士號稱為香港「兒童合唱團之父」。1969年他創辦香港兒童合唱團，出任音樂總監及指揮至1983年。1976年葉博士創立香港泛亞交響樂團，致力推廣古典音樂和中國管弦樂作品，其教育性質的音樂會開創管弦樂教育講座音樂會先河。他曾應邀指揮上海芭蕾舞團、廣州交響樂團和三藩市室樂團演出。葉博士於1983年創立葉氏兒童合唱團，三十多年來足跡遍及五大洲。1996年創辦的香港兒童交響樂團，擴大兒童音樂教育層面。2013年他成立的香港專業管樂團，而五年後創立的「亞太青年交響樂團聯盟」於本港成功舉辦首屆「亞太青年交響樂團音樂節」。憑多年貢獻，葉惠康博士廣獲社會各界頒發多項榮譽名銜，如2003年度香港特別行政區頒授榮譽勳章；2006年香港浸會大學向葉博士頒授榮譽院士名銜。2011年獲頒授銅紫荊星章，2013年獲頒萬寶龍國際藝術贊助大獎，2017年榮獲香港作曲家及作詞家協會 (CASH) 頒發的音樂成就大獎，以表揚葉博士在音樂創作上的貢獻。
Dr. Yip Wai Hong, a legendary music teacher and composer, has been dedicated himself for the Hong Kong music education for over 6 decades. He studied in the former Yenching University Music Department in Beijing in early years, then graduated from the Central Conservatory of Music, majoring in theoretical composition. In 1970, he obtained a master’s degree from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Kentucky, USA. In 1979,
he became a Doctor in Music Art at the Southwest Baptist Theological Seminary in Texas. Dr. Yip’s works include symphonies, instrumental music, chorus, oratorio and folk songs. Yip taught the Hong Kong Baptist University from 1963 to 1992, then established its Music Department in 1973 with over two decades leadership. He also served as the Art Faculty of
the HKBU for 4 years. Dr. Yip further became the Council of the institution in 1993. Hailed as the ‘Father of Children Chorus Music’, Dr. Yip founded the Hong Kong Children’s Choir in 1969 as Music Director and Conductor until 1983. In 1976, Dr. Yip established the Hong Kong Pan Asia Symphony Orchestra. Its success pioneered the Concert Seminars in Strings Education in the territory and gained support from the Cultural Program Section of the Hong Kong government. He was also invited to conduct the Shanghai Ballet, the Guangzhou Symphony Orchestra and the San Francisco Chamber Orchestra. Dr. Yip founded the Yip’s Children’s Choral and Performing Arts Centre in 1983 which toured across continents for three decades. I Dr. Yip further created the Hong Kong Children’s Symphony Orchestra in 1996 which expanded the scope of children’s music education. In 2013, the Hong Kong Professional Wind Orchestra was established, which led the First Asia-Pacific Youth Symphony Orchestra Music Festival successfully held in Hong Kong in 2018. Dr. Yip was accredited honors extensively in Hong Kong, such as Medal of Honour from the Hong Kong Special
Administrative Region in 2003; Hong Kong Baptist University awarded Honorary Fellowship to Dr. Yip in 2006. He was granted the Bronze Bauhinia Star in 2011, then awarded the Montblanc International Art Sponsorship Awards in 2013. In 2017, Dr. Yip got the Music Achievement Award from the Hong Kong Composers and Authors Association (CASH) to appreciate his social contribution in music creation.
Madam Lola Young, a soprano of Chinese and French origin, is the only Hong Kong Arts singer acquiring the Queen’s Award. Educated in China, Lola Young speaks several languages and listed as the Dean of The China Academy. She studied vocal music from the Hong Kongbased Italian Prof. Elisio Gualdi in early years, then further studied music conservatories in Rome. With outstanding outcomes Young was offered four scholarships for summer research studies in institutions in La Serra and Venice.
Lola Young founded ‘the China Voice Choir’ in 1968 and became its voluntary Music Director, frequently hosting concerts for gifted young musicians both locally and abroad. Apart from private tuition, Young has also been vocal professor for Tsinghua University and Hong Kong Music Institute for years. She was the examiner of graduation exam as well as jury for graduation concert for the then Hong Kong Institute of Education. Since 1974 Lola Young is the voluntary Music Director, president and chief tutor for the Wong Tai Sin’s Children Choir in Hong Kong for four decades. She was awarded by the ‘Outstanding Voluntary Teachers’ Award in Solo Operatic Singing’ from the Ministry of Education in China.