Pianist Lanjiabao Ge started piano at the age of five with her mother and later continued learning organ as her secondary instrument. She is a winner of various International Competitions held in Germany, China and the United States. Lanjiabao was propelled into the international stage when she won first prize at the 2nd Piano Competition Wiesbaden, Germany in 2002 at the age of 11. In 2010, Lanjiabao performed at the prestigious Kennedy Center for the Performing Art in Washington D.C. That same year she was awarded the First Place in the Young Artist Competition of the Hershey Symphony Orchestra (Elizabeth town College, PA). She was chosen as the winning pianist to perform for the finale at Chicago College Performing of Arts in 2012. Lanjiabao performed at Carnegie Hall in New York City in March, 2019 for winning the First Prize of the Golden Classical Music Awards International Music Competition.

Lanjiabao is a recipient of the Mu Phi Epsilon Detroit/D.C Alumni Chapter Scholarship of 2012 and 2015, and the Sigma Alpha Iota Scholarship in Virginia from 2012-2014. She was invited as the soloist at the Rising Star Concert for the VCU Global Summer Institute of Music Festival in 2014. Lanjiabao was awarded the first prize at the Music Teachers National Association Virginia Young Artist Competition and was the recipient of the RMTA Collegiate Chapter Scholarship in Piano 2015. Lanjiabao was invited to perform as a soloist at the Kaleidoscope Piano Concert Series at the Steinway Piano Gallery in Miami, Florida (2017& 2018).

Lanjiabao finished her Master of Musical Arts Degree in Keyboard Performance and Artist Diploma degree in the studio of the pianist Santiago Rodriguez at the Frost School of Music, University of Miami where she also serves a graduate teaching assistant. Currently, she is a doctoral student in her first year at the University of Florida as a student of pianist Kevin Robert Orr.