Hello there.

Welcome to check out Double Wei Factory. So, my name is Weiwei, I am a Chinese-looking Swedish. I enjoy cooking, eating, friends, laughing and dogs! I make music and lots of creative stuff. I am an active person but not necessarily sporty. 

This website is developed by me and my cousin Yiming Bo! We hope you like it. 

News & Upcoming events

  • [2015.10.19-2015.10.23]

    Multimedia installation: Kaleidoscope is selected to present at the Shanghai Electronic Music Week in Shanghai Conservatory of Music, China.

  • [2015.04]

    A girl named Yakta, multiscreen immersive cinema – an opera for the camera is awared Artists' International Development Fund from the Arts Council England & British Council.

  • [2015.02.17]

    Chamber opera: Sterna Paradisaea, Returning… is nominated for the Royal Philharmonic Society Music Awards (long list), Large-Scale Composition

  • [2014.12.04-2014.12.06]

    The Space Between Us, for vocals, piano, live electronic sounds and one audience member. Performance at Conference on Interdisciplinary Musicology – CIM14, world premiere, Berlin, Germany 


  • [2014.11.27] 

    Sterna Paradisaea, Returning… for Mezzo-soprano, ensemble and electronics. Performance at Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival, ACM ensemble, world premiere, Huddersfield, UK

  • [2014.10.07-2014.10.10]

    International exchange with The Royal College of Music in Stockholm (KMH). Performing with Dirty Electronics Ensemble at R1, Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Stockholm, Sweden

Weiwei Jin

Weiwei Jin is a Chinese-Swedish composer, sound/multimedia artist, producer and pianist who creates works across the genres of concert music, audio-visual installation, film, animation, contemporary dance and theatre. Influenced by her journeys across several cultures, she often crafts her ideas by using decontextualized cultural elements. Her music has been performed and presented across Europe, Asia, North and South America, including Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival (UK), Hyphen Hub Salon (New York), IN-SONORA Festival (Spain), Sounds of Stockholm Festival (Sweden), femMESS Festival (Peru), Shanghai Spring International Music Festival (China); NIME, ICMC and SMC conferences; and in venues like The Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía (Madrid), The Stockholm Concert Hall, The Shanghai Concert Hall; as well as broadcasted by Swedish National Radio, Swedish National TV, Peruvian National Radio and Radio of Shanghai.

Weiwei has collaborated with a variety of international artists, groups and organisations including London Sinfonietta (UK); Sarah Nicolls (UK); Lore Lixenberg (UK); Sound and Music (UK); Dirty Electronics (John Richards, UK); ACM ensemble (UK); Margaret Schedel (USA); Harvestworks (New York); dancer Karin Elmore (France); Musica Vitae Chamber Orchestra (Sweden); Hägerstens Chamber Choir (Stockholm), Swedish Wind Ensemble, Sichuan percussion Group (China) and Microsoft Design. In 2015, She was awarded Artists' International Development Fund from the Arts Council England and British Council. She received project funding from The Swedish Arts Grants Committee to collaborate with solo bassoonist Sebastian Stevensson (Münchner Philharmoniker) in 2013. Her chamber opera: "Sterna Paradisaea, Returning…" was recorded and released by NMC Recordings (UK) and was nominated for Royal Philharmonic Society Music Award 2015 (long-list).

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