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Wei Wang

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​Wei Wang is an oboe artist who grew up in China and went on to study for a master's degree in music in the United States. Now he is a DMA first-year student at the UBC School of Music. He received his master's degree from Rutgers University in New Jersey and his bachelor's degree from Xiamen University department of Music in China. In music, he has won a variety of domestic oboe competition awards, and after graduation from the master’s degree he got the job in Xiamen Philharmonic Orchestra in China successfully served as the second oboe. In the past few years, he has performed in Singapore, Malaysia, South Korea and other Asian countries, and cooperated with many musicians at China and abroad. On the way of teaching, he not only holds the position of TA of UBC Music school, but also his students spread to many music schools in the United States, Canada, China, Japan and other countries, and in the first year in Canada, he successfully allowed his students to be admitted to UBC and the University of Toronto Music School.

Musical Education and highlights

  • University of British Columbia, Doctor of Music Art (Candidate)

  • Rutgers University, Master of Music specialized in Oboe performance 

  • Xiamen University, Bachelor of Art

  • UBC Symphony Orchestra, Principal oboist

  • Competition Judge

  • More than 10 years of teaching experience

Awards and Distinctions

  • Jiaping Philharmonic 5th International Wind Music Carnival and Western Wind Instrument Solo Network Video Competition, second prize

  • The 3rd Competition of Bassoon and Oboe in Southwest of China June 2020, First Prize of Professional Group


  • English 

  • Mandarin

Rates and Policies



    • 30 minute private lesson 

    • 45 minute private lesson 

    • 60 minute private lesson

    • Travel Charge​


Lessons canceled within 24 hours without a valid reason will be charged. This does not apply to travel fees unless the notice is given at the door and the teachers have traveled to the location. ​


A maximum of three make-up lessons are permitted and can be rescheduled each school year (Sept - June) due to illness or emergency. Students need to notify the school and the teacher two weeks in advance if going on a vacation or extended absence to avoid extra charges. The vacation policy does not apply during summer breaks. 


Students can try out two lessons to see if it is a great fit. We value teachers' valuable time and effort, so there will not be a free trial lesson, it will be charged. After the two trial lessons, all policies start getting effect and students will be billed in terms. 

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