Wu Qiang

Organized by 华夫饼 on 2022-04-13
Introduction to Wu Qiang(liuqin)Master performer

Wu Qiang, female, Chinese nationality, is a professor of the Folk Music Department of the Shanghai Conservatory of Music, a master tutor, and the director of the Ensemble Teaching and Research Section.

Wu Qiang is a professor of the Folk Music Department of the Shanghai Conservatory of Music, a master tutor of Liuqin and Zhongruan, and the director of the Ensemble Teaching and Research Section. Executive director of China National Orchestra Society, vice president of Liuqin Branch of China National Orchestra Association. Vice President of Shanghai National Orchestra Professional Committee.

In 1987, he graduated from the Folk Music Department of Shanghai Conservatory of Music, majoring in Liuqin. In 1999, he studied for a postgraduate major in conducting in the Folk Music Department of Shanghai Conservatory of Music, and in 2002, he obtained a Master of Arts degree. Under the tutelage of Professor Xia Feiyun.

He has cooperated with the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra, the Shanghai Chinese Orchestra, the Macao Chinese Orchestra, and the Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra for many times in concerts. He has recorded and published solo albums of Liuqin and Zhongruan such as "Swords", "Spring to Yihe", "Famous Chinese Liuqin Famous Songs", "Hua Magnetic Card Celebration Party", "Softly Music - Ruan Music". He is the author of the papers "Ancient Music - Yue'er Gao", "Development of Liuqin Subject under the Influence of Modern Musical Thinking", and "Analysis of Liuqin Music "Sword" Music and Performance". He has edited and edited "Liuqin Performance Course", "33 Liuqin Advanced Etudes" and "Chinese Liuqin Grade Examination Collection", and filmed ten Liuqin teaching VCDs, which were published by Shanghai Music Publishing House.

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