World Celebrity Tenor in China, National First Level Performer, State-Council Allowance Obtained Expert, member of the National Committee of CPPCC, Chief Artistic Director of Shanghai Opera House, President of Shanghai Normal University Music College, member of the Council of CICEC, the China International Culture Exchange Centre, member of the Council of the Chinese Musicians' Association, member of the Shanghai Research Institute of Culture and History and advisor to Shanghai Musicians' Association and Music and Vocal professor for a number of music schools in China.
As a well be-loved tenor by the audience, Wei Song is active all around the world and performs in long-listed countries and regions by either visiting performance or solo tenor performance all year long. Wei Song is also invited to judge in the world-famous PARIS OPERA COMPETITION, the CCTV Young Singers Grand Prix and the Chinese Golden Bell Award for Music. Many China's national-level celebrations and high-class events also see Wei's activities as a top tenor, such as APEC, the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO), Conference on Interaction and Confidence Building Measures in Asia (CICA), Celebration on the 20th Anniversary of Hong Kong's Return to the Motherland, Shanghai EXPO, Milano Expo, Welcome Dinner for NPRK Leader, Conference on Dialogue of Asian Civilizations, CCTV Spring Festival Gala Evening, and National Day Gala Celebrating the 70th Anniversary of the Founding of the PRC.
Deep and smooth in mid-pitch, bright and solid in high-pitch, Wei Song is regarded as the “classic Italian tenor” by numerous international music experts and gains the reputation: “one of the world’s best Otellos”. Wei Song stared in Turandot, Tosca, Otello, Rigoletto, Crying into the Air, Cavalleria Rusticana, Madama Butterfly, Carmen, Paris Torches, La Dame aux Camélias, Yevgény Onégin, Hegemon King of Western Chu, and Thunderstorm as the principle actor. And he is the only Chinese tenor who successfully challenged the role of Otello in the opera of Otello!
In addition to Wei Song's stage performance, two musical movies were presented to the public audience as well, one is the Chinese original opera QU YUAN and the other is Italian opera Otello.