Wang Zhongshan is a professor at the China Conservatory of Music, a tutor for doctoral students, and the deputy director of the Department of Chinese Music. Director of the Chinese Musicians Association, President of the Guzheng Society of the Chinese Musicians Association, Deputy Director of the Social Music Committee of the Chinese Music Association, Executive Chairman of the Guzheng Professional Committee of the Chinese National Orchestra Society.
In addition to teaching, he also participated in various large-scale performances, and composed music for many film and television dramas. He has visited Southeast Asia and Europe.
In guzheng playing techniques, he has many new ideas and put them into practice. For example, at the "First China Guzheng Academic Exchange Conference" in 1986, he pioneered the use of the ring finger technique, and took the lead in using the left-hand inner Playing in the form of wearing four Xijia, developed and developed multi-finger shaking and left-hand shaking fingers, making the guzheng look completely new. At present, some new performance forms have been promoted in the guzheng majors of various art schools in China, showing the broad prospects and vitality of these new techniques.
At the invitation of Hong Kong, Taiwan, Macau and Beijing, Changsha, Shenyang, Urumqi, Changde, Xiangfan, Dalian, Qingdao, Donggang, Datong, Linyi and other places, he has held many guzheng solo concerts and academic lectures, vigorously promoting the art of guzheng ; He also published "Wang Zhongshan Guzheng Collection", and recorded several performance albums in cooperation with Hong Kong Longyin Production Co., Ltd.
For his artistic achievements, People's Daily, Beijing Evening News, Music Weekly, Music Life and overseas newspapers have all given interviews and introductions. Publicity media such as CCTV, China National Radio and Beijing Music Station have also played many times his compositions such as "Mingshan" and "Han River Rhythm", and made special introductions. His artistic life has been selected into "The Essence of Chinese Music" and "Dictionary of Celebrities in the Chinese Contemporary Music Industry".