artist info


Peng Fei was graduated from Shanghai Conservatory of Music and the Royal Netherlands Academy of Music. His style is very diverse and he plays and composes across classical, pop, jazz, and many kinds. Peng Fei's achievements are remarkable among the new generation of Chinese musicians.

Over the years, Peng Fei never stop his world-wide performances as a solo violinist, the venues such as The Royal Albert Hall, the Kennedy Center for the Arts, Canada's national performing arts center, Shanghai Concert Hal…etc. he was invited to appeared in several music festivals: such as the Yokohama Jazz Festival, Montreal Jazz Festival, Copenhagen Jazz Festival, The Simple Life Festival, JZ Festival Shanghai and many others.

By the end of 2014, Peng Fei released his debut album “The Third Month” in Taiwan, this went became Taiwan's best-selling instrumental album in Taiwan, and Peng Fei was nominated The Best Album, The Best Producer, The Best Composer in 26th Golden Melody awards in Taiwan and won the Best Composer. In December 2015, Peng Fei won The Best Jazz / Blues Artist in 16th Chinese Music Media Awards in China.

Peng Fei had created a large number of film soundtracks, TVC song and jingles, including the 2015 China's top-grossing film “Lost in Hong Kong” and the 2016 blockbuster “Ji Xian Tiao Zhan” and “Chongqing Hot Pot”.

Peng Fei has been invited as an arrangement director of CCTV music television programs "Sing My Song" for Season I, II and III. Peng Fei also produced several TV programs like “Voice of China” in the first and second episodes,  “Chinese Idol” in the first and second episodes, and “I Am Singer” in the third episode. Recently, Peng Fei has been invited to the TV show “China Star” as arranger and violinist for two China Famous Top Female signers - Tia Ray and Summer Ji. He is also one of the CCTV Spring Festival music arranger in 2015.