As a Société Générale scholar, Xie Liang has graduated from the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris (CNSMDP), France (which is honored as the world best-known institution for classical saxophone), and learned from outstanding professors such as Li Manlong from Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing, Claude Delangle from CNSMDP and Nicolas Prost from Conservatory of Saint Maur in France.
After his graduation and the bachelor's degree from Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing with the distinction in 2008, in September of the same year, Xie Liang arrived in Paris, to start his study abroad in France. In 2011, he was admitted to Conservatory of Paris, becoming the first Chinese in the history of the Conservatory to enter the major of classical saxophone. And he has got his master degree in 2013. During his study abroad in France, he obtained both the DEM and DSEM diplomas also.
In April 2010, he attended the famous International Saxophone Competition in Nantes, France, standing out from competitors to win the first place, and becoming the first Chinese for the honor since the foundation of this international competition.
As a Chinese saxophonist, he has been active in music stages of Asia and Europe. He has been invited to hold the saxophone solo recital, chamber music concerts and master classes at home and abroad. For instance, there are Theater of Chatelet, The Cité internationale des arts in Paris, Balzac Theater, French Douai National Academy Of Music, Singapore Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing Concert Hall, Shanghai Oriental Art Center, Shanghai Concert Hall, Hangzhou Grand Theater among others.
Now he is Saxophone Professor at Academy of fine Arts at the Shandong Agriculture University.