However, the evening belonged to violinist Wei-Wei Le… It was an excellent selection for the young woman who has the artistic ability to project such a large range of musical emotions from a violin. Once again her performance wowed the audience. We look (hopefully) forward to her next visit.
— The Pueblo Chieftain, February 15, 2015
Wei-Wei Le is a violinist blessed with an “Endless Bow”: her legato is faultless. She also has the ability to make her instrument “speak” so one really does feel as of one is listening to a tale.
— Fanfare Magazine, Issue 37:5 (May/June 2014)
One of the most talented young musicians I have ever seen!
— Yehudi Menuhin’s biography: “Unfinished Journey”, Fromm International Publishing Corporation, 1997
She is a very fiery player – and she is very virtuosic also. She moves around the instrument really very, very, well and at the same time she can play with a lot of expression and depth. She has a lot of flair and intensity in her playing, and she has a real musical personality.
— Internationally renowned violin pedagogue Donald Weilerstein in New England Conservatory Magazine, 2004
A native of Shanghai, WeiWei Le began her violin studies at the age of six. Over the course of her career, Ms. Le has won numerous international violin competitions including the Yehudi Menuhin International Violin Competition (England), the Kloster Schontal International Violin Competition (Germany), and the Starling International Violin Competition (USA). She also has been awarded many important awards for her artistry from the Chinese government, and was listed in the "Who's Who in China".
Her musicianship has earned her full scholarships to the Yehudi Menuhin School, New England Conservatory, Cleveland Institute of Music, Cincinnati University Conservatory of Music, Oberlin Conservatory with world renowned violin pedagogues, such as Yehudi Menuhin, Donald Weilerstein, Almita & Roland Vamos, Dorothy DeLay, and Kurt Sassmanshaus.