Flowing moonlight – Wu Muye piano recital

Source:Global Times Published: 2017/9/5 15:08:39

Flowing moonlight - Wu Muye piano recital

Chinese pianist Wu Muye was born in 1985 and started to learn piano at the age of four. He played his first concert on stage when he was just five years old. By 10 he was studying at a primary school attached to China's Central Conservatory of Music with a major in piano, and then became a direct-admission student of the Central Conservatory of Music's attached middle school. At 15 he was enrolled into a piano major at the Paris National Superior Music Institution, where he studied under Jacques Rouvier, a French orthodox piano master and the direct bloodline descendant of one of the greatest pianists of Western music history, Franz Liszt. In 2005, Wu received an "outstanding graduate" diploma. In 2007, Wu entered a Master's program at the Paris National Superior Music Institution and eventually received his doctorate. In 2009, he received the highest title in the Paris piano community. In 2003, he won a grand award, a best audience award and the concerto for orchestra award at the 54th Busoni International Piano Contest held in Italy.

Date: September 8, 7:30 pm

Venue: Shanghai Oriental Art Center

上海东方艺术中心

Address: 425 Dingxiang Road

丁香路425号

Admission: 80 yuan to 580 yuan

Call 6854-1234 for more details

Wu Muye Photo: Courtesy of Shanghai Oriental Art Center



 



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