The Chinese Pianist Wu Sheng Zhong was born in Hong Kong in a family of music lovers.During his studies at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Wu studied piano with the eminent Hong Kong pianist Raymond Young. After graduating from the university, Wu decided to dedicate himself wholly to Music, travelled 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.In 2006, Wu graduated from the Conservatoire with excellent results. According to the Conservatoire’s record, Wu is the first musician from Hong Kong and Macao who graduated from the institution. After that Wu was admitted to the postgraduate school of the Conservatoire, pursuing a double doctorate degree in piano performance and chamber ensemble. Wu is also the first foreign student to study two doctorate programmes at the same time in the Moscow Conservatoire. Besides, Wu also studied conducting under the former rector of the conservatoire, B. Koulikov.
Wu is an active participant in music festivals and concerts in various concert halls, museums, churches in Moscow, Europe, Korea and Hong Kong. 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.
Wu is currently a lecturer in the Chinese University of Hong Kong, the Hong Kong Institute of Education and the School of Arts in the Macao Polytechnic Institute