杨一晨作为大提琴演奏者与室内乐演奏者在中国古典音乐领域获得了令人瞩目的成绩。2005年他发起创立“琥珀四重奏 Amber Quartet”。 2011年，“琥珀四重奏”获得中央音乐学院室内乐比赛金奖、中国音乐金钟奖（室内乐）银奖。2013年“琥珀四重奏”在“墨尔本亚太国际室内乐比赛”中获得“比赛最高奖”以及两个单项奖、实现中国四重奏在国际重大室内乐比赛中“零的突破”。
杨一晨与琥珀四重奏的演出足迹遍布世界几十个国家的音乐厅，接受了包括世界权威音乐杂志“The Strad”，China Daily、新华社、音乐周报、新京报等数十家国内外媒体的专访。今天，琥珀四重奏作为中国室内乐领域的代表团体，受邀在多个世界知名音乐节举办专场音乐会，比如“波恩贝多芬音乐节”与加拿大“MISQA”弦乐四重奏音乐节等，获得了世界乐坛的高度认可，被誉为“当今国际室内乐引领者之一”（Alban Berg Quartet ，Günter Pichler)
杨一晨曾获得多项荣誉： 他曾在“第六届中国大提琴比赛”、“中央音乐学院大提琴比赛”以及“中央音乐学院协奏曲公开赛”中获得金奖与银奖；曾获中国国家奖学金、中央音乐学院奖学金、漫步者音乐家奖学金、香港“吴凤洲”奖学金、西班牙 Albenniz 奖学金。杨一晨曾担任中国青年交响乐团大提琴首席，中央音乐学院名家室内乐团大提琴首席。2010年，杨一晨获得“北京四中”驻校艺术家称号、2014年入选汉能“英才”计划；2015年获得中央音乐学院颁发的最高荣誉证书。2019年入选国家艺术基金青年人才项目。
杨一晨自幼展现出了优秀的音乐天赋，他先后以第一名的成绩考入中央音乐学院附小、附中及大学，2011年保送为中央音乐学院研究生，多次获得国家级奖学金。 2013年，杨一晨获得公派留学资格，考入马德里国际室内乐学院，追随国际四重奏权威 Alban Berg Quartet 深造，2015年他以满分的成绩毕业。杨一晨先后师从宋涛教授、朱亦兵教授、Günter Pichler 教授与 Valentin Erben 教授。他还曾受到 Bernard Greenhouse、 Lynn Harrell、飞利浦·缪勒、马友友、王建等大师的指导。目前，杨一晨任教于中央音乐学院，从事大提琴及室内乐教学工作。2019年，杨一晨加入台湾民主自治同盟。
Yang Yichen has made remarkable achievements in the field of Chinese classical music as a cellist and chambert player. In 2005, he initiated the creation of Amber Quartet. In 2011, "Amber Quartet" won the Gold Award in Chamber Music Competition of the Central Conservatory of Music and the Silver Award in the Golden Bell Award of Chinese Music (Chamber Music). In 2013, Amber Quartet won the "highest competition award" and two individual awards in the "Melbourne Asia Pacific International Chamber Music Competition", realizing the "zero breakthrough" of the Chinese Quartet in major international chamber music competitions.
Yang Yichen and Amber Quartet performed in concert halls in dozens of countries around the world and received exclusive interviews from dozens of domestic and foreign media, including the worldly authoritative music magazines---The Strad, China Daily, Xinhua News Agency, Music Weekly and Beijing News. Today, Amber Quartet, as a representative group in the field of Chinese chamber music, has been invited to hold special concerts in many world-renowned music festivals, such as "Bonn Beethoven Music Festival" and "MISQA" String Quartet Music Festival in Canada, which has been highly recognized by the world music forum, of sorts, as "one of the international chamber music leaders today" (Alban Berg Quartet, Günter Pichler)
Yang Yichen has won many honors, who obtained gold and silver awards in the 6th China cello competition, the cello competition of the Central Conservatory of Music and the concerto open competition of the Central Conservatory of Music. Besides, he won China National Scholarship, Central Conservatory of Music Scholarship, Wanderer Musician Scholarship, Hong Kong "Wu Fengzhou" Scholarship and Spain Albenniz Scholarship. Yang Yichen was the cello chief of the China Youth Symphony Orchestra and the cellist chief of the renowned chamber orchestra of the Central Conservatory of Music. In 2010, Yang Yichen won the title of "Beijing No.4 Middle School" resident artist and in 2014 he was selected into Hanergy "Talent" Program. In 2015, he received the highest honor certificate from the Central Conservatory of Music and in 2019 he was made into the National Art Fund Young Talents Project.
As a teacher, Some of his students successively won the highest prizes in Singapore International Chamber Music Competition, Hong Kong International String Competition and "Morning Light Cup" Cello Competition. At the same time, Yang Yichen served as head teacher of the Central Conservatory of Music. Many times he has won the medal of Excellent Class Teacher of the Central Conservatory of Music and led his class to the honorary title of "Beijing Advanced Class Style". Since 2016, Yang Yichen has been judge of the National Music Grade Examination of the Central Conservatory of Music and many domestic music competitions.
Yang Yichun intents to dig his way to the promotion and popularization of classical music in China. As a concert speaker, he creatively plans to combine the stage with the platform to explain the spiritual core of classical music to the public. The live video of the 2019 concert series Listening to String Quartets to Know the History of Classical Music by Yang Yichen is recorded in China's National Library and selected into the "Learning from Powerful Country" platform of the Central Propaganda Department.
In addition to playing, Yang Yichen has a strong desire to do some composing, photography and writing. So far he has adapted dozens of difficult pieces of music for Amber Quartet, which have got the audience's love and high regards? from the professionals. As a photographer, he has a unique perspective in the range of still- life photography and architectural photography. As a writer, upto now he has published hundreds of music essays in new and traditional media, with a reading volume exceeding one million.
Yang Yichen has shown excellent musical talent since he was young. He was admitted to the attached primary school, attached secondary school and university of the Central Conservatory of Music successively as a tpo student. In 2011 he was recommended as a graduate student of the Central Conservatory of Music and won many national scholarships. In 2013, Yang Yichen obtained the public distribution qualification of studying abroad, entered Madrid International Chamber Music College, followed the international quartet authority Alban Berg Quartet for further study, and in 2015 he graduated from the school with excellent grades. And since Yang Yichen was successively taught by Professor Song Tao, Professor Zhu Yibing, Professor Günter Pichler and Professor Valentin Erben, who was also guided by very famous cello masters-- Bernard Greenhouse, Lynn Harrell, Philips Miao Lei, Yo-Yo Ma and Wang Jian.
At present, Yang Yichen is teaching cello and chamber music at the Central Conservatory of Music. In 2019, Yang Yicheng joined the Taiwan Democratic Autonomy Alliance.