Wenbo Feng - Syos

Wenbo Feng

"I believe that playing on Syos Mouthpiece is helping me a lot in order to find a good balance in my sound production: response, tone color, volume and timbre are directly accessible. This is the one as truly my “own” mouthpiece. The custom version that you could discuss every detail with the Syos engineers! This is a dream come true moment. This is all I want!! Amazing quality mouthpiece."

Wenbo (Bowen) Feng, a DMA candidate in saxophone performance at University of North Texas. Director of Winds and Percussion department at Royal Music Academy. Director of  American Elite Artist Association. 

Wenbo Feng is currently working on his doctor degree as saxophone performance at University of North Texas. In 2016-2019, Wenbo was a teaching fellow in University of North Texas. Assisting the Saxophone studio events and teaching weekly saxophone lessons and quartet coaching to undergraduate music major students. In 2018, Wenbo joined Mountain View college as saxophone adjunct professor. In 2019 Wenbo joined Royal Music Academy as winds and percussion director of royal music academy. In the same year, Wenbo has been chose as a First Place Winner (College Students and Professional Musicians Category) of the American Protégé International Woodwinds & Brass Competition 2019. Wenbo not only as saxophonist but also composer. In 2014, Wenbo is going to North American Saxophone Alliance Biennial Conference in University of Illinois at Urbana-Champagne, and he gave two performances at the conference: one is his own composition—Windtalker. In 2015, Wenbo Feng permitted another two of his own works, Bridge and Phoenix, on 37th International Saxophone Symposium at Washington D.C. In 2020, Wenbo give his new work Ranbu as a world premiere for North American Saxophone Alliance Biennial conference at Arizona State University. In 2021, Wenbo was published his first book : Advance Scale and Technical Patterns for Saxophone.

Wenbo Feng is playing on a Originals Steady mouthpiece on his Soprano and a Custom mouthpiece on his Alto.

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