One of China’s most promising pianists, Jane Xie has an international career, performing in Europe, Australia, Asia and the United States.
She has performed with leading conductors such as Mikhail Pletnev, Jacek Kapspszky, Tiberiu Soare, Cao Peng, Chen Xieyang, Xu Zhong, and Muhai Tang, as well as the Russian National Orchestra, Romanian Radio Symphony Orchestra, Belearic Islands Symphony Orchestra of Spain, Italian Youth Orchestra, Chamber Music Symphony Orchestra of the Royal Irish Academy of Music, and Gyeonggi Philharmonic Orchestra of Korea. In China she has performed with many major orchestras in many major venues, such as: the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra, Guang Zhou Symphony Orchestra. Jean-Claude Casadesus described her as, “A great female pianist with a brilliant technique, unique understanding of music, beautiful sound, and good taste.” Her teacher Gitti Pirner (professor at the University of Music and Performing Arts, Munich) and fellow professors agreed that, “She was born to play the piano.”
She has dedicated herself to cultural exchanges and charity events, such as the Munich Asian Nights in 2007 and the Asian Cultural Promotion Conference in Singapore in 2010, and she is a frequent collaborator with Volkswagen, Tiffany and Infiniti. Last December, she was invited to play at the F1 Gala Awards Ceremony in Paris, France.
During the 2010 Expo in Shanghai, Jane was invited to represent her country to play at the EXPO Messengers Concert in front of Shanghai’s landmark Oriental Tower. At the closing ceremony of the 14th FINA World Championships she was invited to play at the Shanghai Oriental Sports Centre. At the 2012 Yeosu Expo, Korea, she played the “EXPO Piano Concerto” at the Yeosu Expo Hall. She has given charity concerts held by the Rotary Club in Spain and China, and has also appeared at Charity Evenings held by the Shanghai Government and Shanghai Charity Federation. In her free time, she helps to teach autistic children how to play the piano.
In recent weeks, she gave a joint performance with an autistic child at the charity concert held by the famous 90 year-old Chinese conductor Cao Peng and his Shanghai City Symphony Orchestra at the Shanghai Cultural Centre. She has also been invited by the Chinese government to perform overseas, three times at the Chinese New Year’s Celebrations at the Chinese Consulate in Munich, and at the Chinese New Year’s Celebration at the Chinese Consulate in New York in 2013. Jane has also had the rare honour of performing with The Military Band of People's Liberation Army of China.