SONG Wei-De (1965-), an outstanding clarinetist, was a member of the "Taipei Symphony Orchestra," Director of Research and Promotion Division of the Orchestra, full-time professor in the Department of Music of National Taiwan Normal University, and is currently the head of the Taipei Symphony Orchestra. He studied at French National FRESNES Conservatory of Music from 1990 to 1994, and won a gold medal in chamber music and clarinet of the school and the first prize in the clarinet group of the French LEOPOLD-BELLAN Art Competition. After returning from his studies, he actively devoted himself to clarinet education and promotion of classical music. He organized the "Magic Clarinet Quartet" with his friends from 1994 to 2006 and acted as the head of the "Wings of the Angel Symphonic Band” from 2004 to 2006. He also formed the “Seed Clarinet Ensemble," in 2007, actively planning and striving for various forms of concert performances, showing vigorous vitality and artistic enthusiasm. He also spared no effort in promoting and preserving domestic works. Many composers' clarinet works have been premiered by him, and he is also one of the few performers in Taiwan who can play the basset horn.