A renowned violinist of China. Professor and Master tutor of the Central Conservatory in Beijing. Jury member of many prestigious competitions worldwide, frequently appeared at panels with the most prominent instrumentalists, such as Oistrakh Jr., Dumay, Mintz, Repin, Vengerov and Spivakov, to name but a few. Vera Tsu Wei-ling has been continuously invited to Queen Elizabeth Competition of Belgium. By far in China, Ms. Tsu holds the most appearances at the highest level international competitions worldwide. Among the competitions are Sion Valais international violin competition in Swttzerland 2005,2011, the Queen Elizabeth competition in Brussels 2009, 2012 , the international violin competition Buenos Aires 2010, 2012, the 11th Pablo Sarasate international violin competition in Spain 2011 , the 14th international H. Wieniawski violin competition in Poland 2011 and once again in 2016 . As a soloist, Vera Tsu Wei Ling has appeared the orchestra including the New york city symphony , the Charleston symphony , London chamber players , the orchestra de Cannes, the Budapest radio orchestra ,the Slovakia radio orchestra , the Hanover symphony orchestra, the west Deutsche radio symphony orchestra , the Berlin radio symphony orchestra , the Hong Kong philharmonic , the Singapore symphony the new Siberia Omsk philharmonic orchestra , the China philharmonic , the Shanghai symphony orchestra the Guangzhou symphony orchestra and so on . Born in Shanghai, Tsu got in the Central Conservatory in Beijing in 1977, and became the first-generation of college students after the Cultural Revolution. During the distinguished international violin master Isaac Stern's the first visit to China in 1979, as a sophomore, Tsu performed for Mr. Stern and was featured in the overwhelming Oscar-winning documentary From Mao to Mozart: Issac Stern in China. Tsu went to the USA in 1980, where she continued her study with Dorothy DeLay and Rafael Bronstein, who was then the only living disciple of violin ancestor Leopold Auer. From November 2000, Tsu has been appointed the professor of violin of the Central Conservatory in Beijing. At the same time she maintain an active career as both a soloist and a chamber musician on music stages in China and abroad. In Mar. 2012 , Tsu had successfully performed Saint- Saens violin concerto No.2 as China premier in Beijing . BBC music magazine ,proclaimed that Tsu " proves a big- toned player with considerable fire----she plays with character, verve and hearten." " Technically and temperamentally , Tsu is an excellent violinist ," commented Soundscapes magazine , Australia while the Strad launched her " consistently warm- toned and leisurely "