Ting Yun (Ruiting Yun, 贠瑞庭, ཡེཤེས, born 18 Jan 1995, Lanzhou, China)
is an Australian-Chinese concert pianist. Ting Yun began his musical training at the age of five with professor Chaogang Wang of the Northwest Normal University, NWNU and professor Yin Sai, head of conservatory of Northwest University for Nationalities, later with Mrs. Wei Xu.
At the age of 14, Ting is the winner of the Third National Competition of China Conservatory in both the city of Lanzhou and the Northwest five provinces and the finalist holding the Second National Prize in Beijing.
Ting began his study in classical performance under Mrs. Lucinda Collins at the age of 14.
He graduated with first-class Honours at the Elder Conservatorium in 2019, after completing his four-year advanced professional development sponsored by various awards including the Fredrick E. Baxendale, Jewel Stevens, William Silver, Patrick Cecil Greenland Awards, and the Daisy Burmeister Salotti Scholarship.
In 2017, Ting was the winner of the Adelaide Youth Orchestra Concerto Competition with Liszt’s piano concerto No. 1, which he performed at Elder Hall in April 2017. He was invited to the Australasian Piano Pedagogy Conference as the guest performer in July 2017.
Ting is the founder of the Compris Records and Ting Yun Piano School. He now travels between Adelaide and London for his professional development with various artists including Ian Jones at Royal College of Music and Margherita Torretta.