宁方亮获得了一系列荣誉，包括中国音乐“金钟奖”，CCTV小提琴大赛金奖等。她还曾担任“中国少年交响乐团”首席、“中国青年交响乐团”首席及日本“小泽征尔音乐塾”客座首席，被小泽征尔称为“极具音乐才华的优秀首席”。宁方亮还曾获得多项荣誉，包括中国国家奖学金、中央音乐学院奖学金、漫步者音乐家基金、香港“吴凤洲”奖学金、西班牙 Albenniz 奖学金等。2010年宁方亮获得“北京四中”驻校艺术家称号，2015年获得中央音乐学院颁发的最高荣誉证书，以表彰她为学院及国家争得的国际荣誉。
Ning Fangliang is an outstanding violinist and chamber player in China today, who is widely active on the international stage and currently teaches at the Central Conservatory of Music.
As the founder and first violin of Amber Quartet, Ning Fangliang achieved a historic breakthrough in Chinese classical music. In 2013, Amber Quartet won the highest award and twice individual awards in Melbourne Asia Pacific International Chamber Music Competition, became the first group of Chinese quartets to win the highest award in international chamber music competition.
Ning Fangliang won a series of prizes, including the "Golden Bell Award" for Chinese music award and the Gold Award for CCTV Violin Competition. She also served as the chief of the "China Youth Symphony Orchestra", "China Youth Symphony Orchestra" and the visiting chief of the Japanese "Seiji Ozawa Music School". Seiji Ozawa called her "outstanding chief with great musical talent". Ning Fangliang has also obtained many honors, including the China National Scholarship, the Central Conservatory of Music Scholarship, the Wanderer Musician Fund, the Hong Kong "Wu Fengzhou" Scholarship, the Spanish Albenniz Scholarship, etc. In 2010, Ning Fangliang won the title of "Beijing No.4 Middle School" resident artist, and in 2015, she won the highest honor certificate from the Central Conservatory of Music, in recognition of her international honor for her country and school.
Ning Fangliang has participated in many high-level state activities and international music exchange activities. She was invited by the Austrian President to perform in Vienna's Golden Hall and played for Chinese and foreign leaders in the Great Hall of the People many times. In addition, she has been invited by some of international music festivals, encompassing Denmark's "Carl Nielsen" Music Festival, Japan's "Seiji Ozawa Music School", the United States's "Grammy Recording Association Exchange Activity", South Korea's "Asian Youth Symphonic Music Festival", Australia's "Encounters Music Festival", "Beijing International Modern Music Festival", "Austrian Chinese Culture Year", Japan's "Kyoto International Music Festival", Germany's "Bonn Beethoven Music Festival" and so on, with performances in many countries and regions.
In the field of music education, Ning Fangliang is a teacher in charge of chamber music in the orchestral department of the Central Conservatory of Music. She has also served as judge of the National Music Grade Examination of the Central Conservatory of Music, the China Youth Music Competition, the Singapore International Chamber Music Competition and other activities. Some of her students have achieved excellent results in competitions at home and abroad.
Ning Fangliang graduated from the Central Conservatory of Music and the Madrid International Chamber Music Institute, and obtained a Master of Arts in Violin Performance and a Diploma of Chamber Music Performers. She is a disciple of the violin educator Professor Lin Yaoji, Professor Xue Wei and the world-renowned Albanberge Quartet Professor Günter Pichler.
The violin by Ning Fangliang is offered by the China Foundation, and the violin box is sponsored by French Bam Company.