魏樂富，一生致力奉獻鋼琴音樂教育於臺灣的德籍鋼琴家，同時擁有鋼琴演奏家、音樂教育家、樂評人等多重身份。1978年畢業於漢諾威音樂院 (Staatliche Hochschule für Musik Hannover) 後，即應邀來臺任教。1979 年與臺灣鋼琴女演奏家葉綠娜結為連理，並成為默契絕佳的雙鋼琴演奏搭檔。1987年，再獲紐約曼哈頓音樂院 (Manhattan School of Music, New York) 鋼琴演奏博士的學位。魏樂富在臺定居超過三十年，視臺灣為家鄉，並時時刻刻以提倡發展臺灣的國際音樂地位為目標，對臺灣樂壇有極大貢獻。
WILLE, Rolf-Peter (born 1954) is a German pianist, composer, author and music critic, born in Braunschweig, Germany. He graduated from the Staatliche Hochschule für Musik Hannover (now known as the University of Music, Drama, and Media Hanover) in 1978 and was invited to teach at Soochow University in Taiwan in the same year. In 1984, he went to the United States and studied at the Manhattan School of Music in New York and earned a Doctor of Musical Arts degree in 1987. Wille then began teaching at the National Institute of the Arts (the present-day Taipei National University of the Arts) and continued teaching there until his retirement in 2020. In 2018, Wille became a citizen of Taiwan. In 1979, Wille married the pianist, Yeh Lina, and they often perform together in piano due concerts. In 1990, they both received the National Cultural and Arts Award. Willie’s key musical works and arrangements include Danse des Pagodes for two pianos (1999), Cold Jokes on the Piano (1988) and Taipei Salad (1992), musical Little Red Riding Hood and the Big Black Piano (1994) and a piano piece with spoken words, Crab in the Dark (2016), commemorating the 70th anniversary of what became known as the February 28 massacre in Taiwan.