Jian Wang is normally a well-known cellist. His family members was musical. He began monitoring cello along with his dad at age four, with nine was signed up for Shanghai Conservatory. He attained international popularity when American violinist Isaac Stern journeyed in China. Stern was along with a documentary film-maker. His film, known as From Mao to Mozart, recorded especially Stern’s connection with Chinese music artists and music college students. Included in this was the ten-year-old cellist, who exhibited impressive maturity and protection in his playing. Stern presented the son in the film, which earned an Academy Honor and attained worldwide popularity. This offered young Wang a chance to research at Yale and Juilliard, where his major cello instructor was Aldo Parisot. He produced his orchestral debut at 11, playing the Saint-Saëns Cello Concerto using the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra. At age 14 the Chinese language government delivered him with additional Chinese musicians to execute at the White colored Home. When the Boston Symphony Orchestra toured China, Wang performed like a soloist and was proclaimed by conductor Seiji Ozawa “a world-class cellist.” He performed the Elgar Concerto at Kennedy Middle and somewhere else when the Central Philharmonic Orchestra of China produced its 1st American tour. Wang right now pursues a documenting and touring profession, and joins pianist Jean-Yves Thibaudet and violinist Joshua Bell as people of the piano trio.