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    新加坡籍指挥家刘鹏先生于2004年受武汉市文化局之邀担任武汉爱乐乐团音乐总监。自2011年起,他又开始担任武汉国际钢琴节总监。现作为指挥研究学者执教于美国密歇根州立大学。

 

    刘鹏先生担任音乐总监第一年便创立了武汉爱乐乐团首个音乐季。武汉爱乐乐团现已是一年举办80多场交响音乐会的武汉琴台文化艺术中心的常驻乐团,并成为中国华中地区的重要交响乐团。

 

    2004年,刘鹏先生携武汉爱乐乐团赴日本大分参加武汉-大分姐妹城市庆典周年纪念活动取得圆满成功,创造了武汉爱乐乐团首次出国巡演。2009他又率武汉爱乐乐团赴日本东京参加了第九届“亚洲交响乐周”,作为唯一的中国乐团在东京歌剧院上演一场完美的交响音乐会,反映热烈,演出获得日本媒体的高度评价。2011年,在北京保利剧院管理有限公司的策划下,又携武汉爱乐乐团在中国13个城市进行了巡回演出。

 

    刘鹏先生曾作为客席指挥,指挥了塞浦路斯国家乐团、波兰Zabrze爱乐乐团、日本大分交响乐团、德国杜伊斯堡爱乐乐团、捷克Bohuslav Martinu爱乐乐团、墨西哥state symphony orchestra of Mexico. 墨西哥Orquestra de Camera Chihuahua交响乐团、四川交响乐团, 天津交响乐团等,合作的艺术家来自欧洲、美洲、亚洲各国,2005年开始和日本梶本音乐事务所合作。

 

    刘鹏先生在任职期间策划了武汉爱乐乐团和德国杜伊斯堡爱乐乐团、日本大分交响乐团及四川交响乐团的音乐家交流计划,并成功指挥了武汉爱乐乐团与德国杜伊斯堡爱乐乐团、日本大分交响乐团及四川交响乐团的联合音乐会,受到政府及舆论界的高度赞扬,促进了武汉爱乐乐团的对外交流活动。

 

    刘鹏先生获得过多项荣誉。在1985、1988年全国大提琴比赛中分别获得了银奖和铜奖,并且曾被中国政府选派参加柴科夫斯基第九届国际音乐大赛。2001年获新加坡全国青年艺术节金奖、新加坡日本人协会颁发的杰出音乐贡献奖、2005年被武汉市文化局授予文化特别贡献奖,2006年被湖北省政府授予编钟奖,并被列为湖北十大经济文件贡献外国专家之一。2010年获得湖北省广播电影电视局省文化时尚杰出人物奖,武汉市文化局颁发的2010年武汉文化贡献奖。2011年获得武汉市政府颁发的黄鹤友谊奖,被誉为武汉杰出贡献外国专家之一。

 

    刘鹏先生出生于音乐世家(其祖父为中国首位音乐词典编纂者),从小就具有<a href=http://www.yzmanga.com/ style="color:black;text-decoration:none" target="_blank" >火影漫画</a>。先后就读于武汉音乐学院、上海音乐学院、荷兰乌特勒支音乐学院(Hongeschoolvoor de Kunsten Utrecht),美国密西根州立大学(Michigan State University)师从其父刘炎教授及林应荣教授、Elias Arizcuren教授、Michelle Rohe教授、Victor Liberman教授、Leon Gregorian教授Gustav Meier教授、Larry Rachleff教授。

 

    受新加坡驻华大使馆及新加坡国家交响乐团总监之邀,1991年加入新加坡国家交响乐团,担任副首席及大提琴独奏家,并受乐团委任作为新加坡艺术家参加了新---港艺术节。还多次随团出访英国、法国、德国、比利时、希腊、瑞士、土耳其、罗马尼亚、埃及、马来西亚、日本、中国等国家。刘在荷兰学习时也作为亚洲唯一的音乐家受聘于荷兰著名室内乐团Conjunto Iberico。他也是Utrecht Conservatorium 乐团的首席大提琴演奏家。

 

   刘鹏先生曾执教于新加坡拉萨尔---新航艺术学院、新加坡理工学院、新加坡日本人协会、新加坡青年交响乐团和武汉音乐学院。他在武汉音乐学院任教期间,获得了由武汉音乐学院院长颁发的青年大提琴家荣誉称号。他是海军工程大学访问教授、华中农业大学客座教授,也曾作为指挥及音乐总监受聘于新加坡多家其它乐团,受到新加坡、中国、日本及欧洲一些国家电视及煤体的热烈好评。


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James P. Liu, of Singapore nationality, was appointed Music Director of the Wuhan Philharmonic Orchestra at the invitation of the Wuhan Municipal Culture Bureau (China) in 2004.  In 2011, he also became Artist Director of the Wuhan International Piano Festival.  He is currently also a Research Scholar with the Conducting Faculty at the Michigan State University (USA) College of Music.

 

During his first year tenure, Liu implemented the first "Concert Season" for the Wuhan Philharmonic Orchestra.  Today, the Wuhan Philharmonic Orchestra is the resident orchestra at Wuhan Qintai Arts Center.  The orchestra gives over 80 concerts a year and has become one of the most important orchestras in central China.  Mr. Liu led the WPO on tour to Oita, Japan in 2004.  In 2009, he conducted the WPO at the 9th Asia Symphony Week in Tokyo.  The WPO was the only symphony orchestra from China.  The concerts, performed at the Tokyo opera house,  received high praise from Japanese media.  Mr. Liu also led the orchestra during a 13 city China tour in 2011.   

 

Mr. Liu has been guest conductor with the Cyprus State Symphony Orchestra, Poland Zabrze Philharmonic Orchestra, Oita Symphony Orchestra (Japan), Duisburger Philharmoniker Orchestra of Germany, Bohuslav Martinu Philharmonic (Czech Republic), Orquestra de Camera Chihuahua (Mexico), State Symphony Orchestra (Mexico), MSU Symphony Orchestra (USA),TianJing Symphony and Sichuan Symphony (China), and he has cooperated with musicians from Europe, America, and Asia.  As of 2005 he began collaboration with Kajimoto Concert Management Co, Ltd.

 

During his tenure, he implemented a plan for musician exchanges with the Duisburger Philharmoniker Orchestra of Germany, the Oita Symphony Orchestra of Japan, and the Sichuan, China Symphony.  He successfully conducted joint concerts resulting in high appreciation by government and media for promoting foreign exchange through the Wuhan Philharmonic Orchestra. 

 

Mr. Liu has been awarded a variety of honors.  In 1985 and 1988, respectively, he was awarded the silver and copper prize at the National Violoncello Competition in China, and was selected by the China government to participate in the 9th Tchaikovsky International competition.  He received the Gold Medal of the National Youth Art Festival of Singapore and the "Excellent Music Contribution" award by the Japanese Association of Singapore in 2001.  In 2005 he received the "Special Contribution in Culture" from the Wuhan Municipal Culture Bureau and the "Chime Bells Award" by the Hubei Provincial Government in 2006.  He was listed as one of ten foreign experts for his contributions in economy and culture of Hubei, China.  In 2010, he was given the Wuhan Culture Contribution Award from the city government. In 2011, he received the Yellow Crane Friendship Prize as one of the best foreign experts who contributed to Wuhan City. This was awarded by the Wuhan Municipal Government.  In 2010, he was named as one of the ten "The Province Culture Fashion Elite" by the Radio Film and TV Bureau of Hubei Province.

 

Mr. Liu was born to a prominent music family in China.  His grandfather was the first music dictionary compiler in China.  Mr. Liu was endowed with music genius in childhood.  He studied music at the Wuhan Conservatory of Music, Shanghai Conservatory of Music, Utrecht Conservatorium (Hongeschoolvoor de Kunsten Utrecht) in Holland and Michigan State University in Unite State. He studied under the guidance of his father, Professor Liu Yan, Lin Ying-Rong, Elias Arizcuren, Michelle Roche, Victor Liberman, Leon Gregorian, Gustav Meier, and Larry Rachleff.

 

At the invitation of the Singapore Embassy in China and the Music Director of the Singapore Symphony Orchestra, Mr. Liu joined the SSO as Associate Principal and solo cellist in 1991.  He participated in The Singapore-Hong Kong Art Festival as the Singapore Artist nominated by the SSO.  As an artist, he also visited the U.K, France, Germany, Belgium, Greece, Switzerland, Turkey, Romania, Egypt, Malaysia, Japan, and China with the Singapore Symphony Orchestra.  He was employed by the Chamber Orchestra, Conjunto Iberico in Holland as the only Asian musician during his studies there.  He also held the position of Principal Cellist of the Utrecht Conservatorium Orchestra.

 

Mr. Liu has served as faculty with the Singapore LaSalle-SIA College of Art, Singapore Polytechnic, Japanese Association, Singapore National Youth Orchestra, and the Wuhan Conservatory of Music (China).  During his teaching in the Wuhan Conservatory of Music, he was the only person ever honored as "The Youth Cello Artist" by the president of the Conservatory of Music.   Mr. Liu is the visiting professor at Naval University of Engineering (China) and a guest professor at Huazhong Agricultural University.  He has also been invited to be the conductor and music director for several other orchestras in Singapore, and has received many favorable comments by TV and major mass media in Singapore, China, Japan, and Europe.