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Artist伍盛中 Sheng-chung Wu

香港著名鋼琴家 Hong Kong Pianist

伍盛中技巧穩如磐石,琴音的深厚圓潤,深得「俄羅斯派」真傳。
精神、體能上的耐力和集中力,還有樂思樂想的成熟,皆令人詫異。
-《Hi Fi音響》音樂版主編
劉志剛

出生於香港一個熱愛音樂的家庭。
伍盛中於香港中文大學攻讀數學和音樂,受香港鋼琴家楊習禮啟蒙。畢業後往俄羅斯入讀莫斯科國立柴可夫斯基音樂學院,主修鋼琴演奏,從本科到研究院課程,深造九年,獲鋼琴演奏及室內樂雙博士學位。伍盛中是港澳地區首位於該音樂學院畢業的青年音樂家。在學期間於俄羅斯和歐洲的國際鋼琴比賽中屢獲佳績,並開始在俄羅斯、波蘭、韓國、中國、港澳等地舉行音樂會。
回國後,伍盛中活躍於演出、教學、公益等活動,致力推廣音樂藝術文化。伍盛中現任教於香港中文大學、香港教育學院,並獲國內多所專上院校聘為客座教授。

2007年3月,應俄羅斯著名指揮E. Serov之邀請於Volgograd與當地交響樂團合作演出莫札特第25號鋼琴協奏曲。同年5月,於莫斯科舉行的第三屆國際斯拉夫音樂節(這屆的主題是波蘭音樂)中獲得鋼琴比賽公開組的第二名。
2008年5月,於第二屆國際鋼琴比賽Russian Season in Yekaterinburg(俄羅斯)獲得第五名,和Arensky特別獎。同年8月,應香港鋼琴音樂學會邀請於香港大會堂高座舉辦講座『俄羅斯音樂,莫斯科留學分享』。

2009 年10月完成在莫斯科音樂學院的研究院課程(鋼琴和室樂雙主修)。
2010年1月於波蘭華沙舉行音樂會。同年9月,應香港演藝學院邀請舉辦講座『俄羅斯鋼琴音樂傳統』,同月,應邀於在香港舉辦的『東亞新聲音樂節』中演出。
2011年3月,應香港教育學院邀請舉辦鋼琴大師公開課。
2011年7月,於香港大會堂劇院舉行鋼琴獨奏會『李斯特與浪漫主義傳統』(全李斯特節目),以紀念李斯特誕辰二百週年。此為康樂及文化事務署『音樂顯才華』系列和李斯特馬勒年中之一個節目。
2011年10月,在香港大學陸佑堂舉行獨奏會『浪漫主義與革命』,以紀念辛亥革命一百週年。
2012年9月,應著名指揮家麥家樂之邀請在香港大會堂音樂廳合作演出柴可夫斯基的第一鋼琴協奏曲。
2012 年10月赴韓國演出:應邀於第三十二屆統營藝術節中舉行獨奏會,同月,應釜山東義大學校之邀請,舉行獨奏會和大師班。
2013年4月應廣州暨南大學之邀請,舉行獨奏會和大師班。
2013年11月應山西晉中師範高等專科學校和山西忻州師範學院之邀請,舉行獨奏會,大師班和講座『俄羅斯鋼琴學派介紹–歷史、傳統與精神』。
2015年6月,應惠州市文化藝術中心之邀情,舉行公益活動:如講座『俄羅斯鋼琴學派的演奏美學與基本原理』,公益大師課,皆為「2015惠民文化大講堂」系列活動。

伍盛中經常於各類型音樂公開比賽中擔任評委,包括:韓•中國際交流音樂大賽、香港—亞洲鋼琴公開比賽、澳門—亞洲鋼琴公開比賽、全港青少年鋼琴大賽,香港國際鋼琴公開賽(「蕭邦紀念獎」及「李斯特紀念獎」),並在「蕭邦、李斯特紀念獎」於北京、粵西、惠州等賽區擔任評委團主席。

Sheng-chung Wu is a worthy successor of the Russian School,
with rock-solid techniques and deep, sonorous velvet tones.
The maturity of his musical thoughts, his concentration and stamina,
both physical and mental, deeply impressed.
- Savio Lau, Editor of Music Section, 《Hi Fi Review》

Chinese Pianist Sheng-chung Wu was born in Hong Kong in a family of music lovers.
After finishing his secondary education, Wu entered the Chinese University of Hong Kong to study Mathematics and Music, where he received training from the eminent Hong Kong pianist Raymond Young. Upon graduating from the Mathematics Department, Wu decided to dedicate himself wholly to Music, and to travel to Moscow to pursue perfection.

Wu entered the Moscow P. I. Tchaikovsky Conservatoire and specialized in piano performance. His teachers included world class professors such as N. Starkmann, L. Fichtenholz, M. Lidsky, A. Nasedkin, D. Galynin, and V. Chachava.
After finishing the 5-year Basic Course, he furthered his studies in the post-graduate school and obtained a double doctorate degree in piano performance and chamber ensemble. Wu is the first musician from Hong Kong and Macao to graduate from the institution. Besides, Wu also studied conducting under B. Koulikov, the former rector of the conservatoire.

In his student years Wu got numerous prizes in international piano competitions in Russia and Europe, since then he began his concert activities. Wu is an active participant in concerts and music festivals in various concert halls, museums, churches in Russia, Europe, Korea, China, Hong Kong and Macau. His repertoire includes works of Western European and Russian composers of various epochs and styles. Wu is especially devoted to the interpretation of music by A. Scriabin and K. Szymanowski.

Since returning to his home country, Wu has been active in concertizing, pedagogical and charity activities, promoting music, arts and culture.
Wu currently teaches at the Chinese University of Hong Kong and the Hong Kong Institute of Education, he is also a visiting professor at various universities in China, such as Huizhou University, Jinzhong Teachers College and Xinzhou Teachers University in Shanxi.

 

In March 2007, being invited by the famous Russian conductor E. Serov, Wu gave a performance of Mozart’s Piano Concerto Nr. 25 in Volgograd with the Volgograd Academic Symphonic Orchestra. In May the same year, he won the 2nd prize in the 3rd International Festival of Slavic Music in Moscow (the theme that year was Polish Music).

In May 2008, Wu won the 5th prize in the 2nd Russian Season in Yekaterinburg (Russia), and also the Special Prize for the best performance of A. Arensky’s works. In August, he was invited by the Hong Kong Piano Music Association to give a lecture on Russian Music in City Hall.

In October 2009, Wu finished his postgraduate studies at the Moscow Conservatoire with two specializations: piano performance and chamber ensemble.

In January 2010, Wu gave concerts in Warszawa, Poland.

In September 2010, Wu was invited by the Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts to give a lecture on the Russian piano tradition. In November, he was invited to perform in the East Asia New Music Festival in Hong Kong.
In March 2011, Wu was invited by the Hong Kong Institute of Education to give a piano masterclass.
In July 2011, Wu was presented by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department in “Our Music Talents” Series with an all-Liszt recital “Franz Liszt and the Age of Romanticism” in the Theatre, Hong Kong City Hall, as an event in the Liszt & Mahler Year to commemorate the bi-centenary of the birth of Franz Liszt.
In October 2011, Wu gave a recital “Revolution and Romanticism” in the Loke Yew Hall of the Hong Kong University to commemorate the centenary of the Hsinhai Revolution of 1911.

In September 2012, Wu was invited by the eminent Chinese conductor Mak Ka Lok to perform Tchaikovsky’s First Piano concerto.
In October 2012 - tour to Korea, Wu was invited to give a recital in the 32nd Tongyeong Art Festival, and afterwards to give recital and masterclass at the Dong-eui University in Busan.
In April 2013, Wu was invited by the Jinan University in Guangzhou to give a recital and masterclass.

In November 2013, Wu was invited by the Jinzhong Teachers University and the Xinzhou Teachers University to give recitals, masterclasses and a lecture “An Introduction to the Russian Piano School – History, Tradition and Spirit”.

In June 2015, Wu was invited by the Huizhou Culture and Arts Centre to hold charity activities such as lecture “Aesthetics and Basic Principles of the Russian Piano School” and masterclasses, as part of the series “Huizhou Grand Culture Lectures 2015”.

Wu frequently sits on the jury in various music competitions, including the Sino-Korean International Exchange Music Competition, Hong Kong – Asia Piano Open Competition, Macau – Asia Piano Open Competition, Hong Kong Children and Youth Piano Competition, Hong Kong International Piano Open Competition (Chopin and Liszt Memorial Prizes), he was the Jury Chairman in the Preliminary Competitions of Chopin and Liszt Memorial Prizes in Beijing, West Guangdong and Huizhou regions.