Chinese Qin Maestro Wu Jinglue, who had contributed very much on the succession and development of Chinese ancient qin art. People used to praise on his performance as the most beautifully and fluently fancy art of music. On the other hand, he had made qin performance a more popular and easy art to much more performers with his perfectly skilled performing, he had contributed very much on the succession and development of this art.
Maestro Wu Wenguang, He holds degrees from the China Conservatory of National Music (B.A.), the Academy of Literature and Arts (M.A.) in Beijing and from Wesleyan University in the United States of America (Ph.D.).He is a professional scholar of Chinese ancient music and ethnomusicology, as well as a noted performer on the qin. Maestro Wu had toured to including the Europe, North America and all over the Asia as a qin soloist as well as a music advisor for many years. He not only was highly praised but also cumulated plenty of experience within these foreign tours. Maestro Wu is now a professor at the China Conservatory of Music and he succeeds very well this qin art of Yushan Qin Faction. Moreover, he has furthered the technical and artistic levels of qin performance with his well culture cultivated, seriously professional learning and a long-termed training in his life. Maestro Wu Wenguang thus develops well his specific art manner as a contemporary literary musician.