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​駐團藝術家 2019-20



Shanglun Wu

​Artist-in-residence 2019-20


Shanglun Wu, Taiwanese conductor, who received his M.M. in choral conducting from Soochow University, Taiwan, and is the D.M.A. candidate at the University of Arizona. With a broad range of his repertoire, Mr. Wu has demonstrated his great skills and music interpretations in performance of the Renaissance and Modern unaccompanied pieces, the vocal-instrumental works of the Baroque and Classical periods, and as well as in preparing the large-size chorus for the works of Mahler and Wagner, just to name a few. Mr. Wu has served as conductor of Taipei Philharmonic Chorus, and Taipei Philharmonic Chamber Choir (2010–2014). Besides in Taiwan, he has been invited to conductor concerts in several countries, including the U.S., Canada, France, China, Korea, etc., and also to serve as adjudicator/clinician in Beijing, Hong Kong, Singapore, etc. Recently, Mr. Wu focuses on performing and lecturing of the works from the Baroque and Classic periods, especially of the works by J.S. Bach, and also devotes himself in the under-processing project of the annotations and literal translations of the German librettos of cantatas and oratorios into Chinese. He is also the artistic advisor of the vocal ensemble Canto Sei, based in Taipei, and serves as artist-in-residence of the Chinese University of Hong Kong Chorus (2019/20).​

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