Lu Xi was born into a family of professional musicians in China. At the age of 14, she went to study in Russia. She was an extern-student at the Novomoskovsk Music College, which she graduated with honors; then she studied under Professor Vladimir Reva at the Ural Conservatory.
Lu Xi is a prize-winner of many music competitions. She was awarded the Grand Prix at the World Youth Violin Competition – Art of the 21st Century – in Kiev, the first place at the International Violin Competition in Cremona, a Special Prize of the Paganini International Violin Competition in Moscow.
The young Chinese violinist is a welcomed guest in Russia; she has been invited to perform as a violin soloist with the Ural Philharmonic Orchestra, together with which she successfully toured around Russia and in other countries. She also gave performances with the symphony orchestra of Changchun (China).
As a soloist, she performed in different countries of Europe; her concert programs featured not only compositions from the classical repertoire for violin, but also music of contemporary Chinese composers.
Having lived in Russia for more than ten years, Lu Xi returned to her home country where she is teaching at the Guangzhou Xinghai Conservatory of Music and is an executive director of the Guangdong Provincial Violin Association.