Wu Bing

Organized by 九曲 on 2022-09-29
Introduction to Wu Bing(pipa)Master performer

Wu Bing, a pipa player, a Chinese living in France, the first recipient of the "Angel of Chinese Culture" who spread Chinese culture in France.

Wu Bing is originally from Jiaojiang, Taizhou, and is the chairman of the Paris Art Institute. His father is Wu Zixiong, a famous Chinese arts and crafts master. She began to learn to play the pipa at the age of 12, and was admitted to the Zhejiang Academy of Arts in 1982, where she stayed to teach after graduation. In December 2000, Wu Bing came to France to start her legendary transnational musical journey.

In 2008, Wu Bing was awarded the Silver Medal of the World Pluto by the French Academy of Arts and Letters. At the invitation of the Chinese embassy in France, Wu Bing gave lectures on the Year of Chinese Culture and performances of Chinese national instrumental music for ambassadors of various countries. Several countries held concerts with strong national characteristics. Wu Bing teaches traditional Chinese instruments such as pipa and guzheng at the Marne et Gondoire Conservatory of Music in Bussy-st-Georges, 77 provinces of the Greater Paris Region, and founded the Chinese Folk Music Department in the academy . Wu Bing has invited many domestic Chinese instrumental bands to visit France for exchange and performance, becoming a veritable messenger of Sino-French culture.

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Pipa (pinyin: pí pa), the first plucked instrument, is a traditional plucked instrument in East Asia, a plucked stringed musical instrument. Made of wood or bamboo, the speaker is half-pear-shaped and has four strings on the top. It was originally made of silk thread, but now it is mostly made of steel wire, steel rope and nylon.

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