Three People Music 台灣三個人樂團
三個人3PEOPLEMUSIC 創立於 2013 年，由三位青年音樂家郭靖沐(箏)、潘宜彤(阮)、任重(笛簫) 集結而成，為臺灣少見以古典為底蘊，構築當代音樂思維的創作型室內樂團。2016年入選傳統藝術中心「大師門徒與夥伴計畫」， 參與創新人才培育，與國際接軌。同年發行首張專輯，並入圍第28屆傳藝金曲獎。現已走訪中國、日本、韓國、新加坡、 印度、德國、法國等國家，分享來自臺灣的新聲音。 歷年來自製多場節目，包含2015《三 個人來瘋》、2016《一二三，幾個人?》、 2016兩廳院室內樂系列—民謠變奏《三個人與他們的神秘嘉賓》、2018台灣國際藝術節 (TIFA)《3X3 計畫~異常返響》、2019新點子實驗場《誤讀聲響》、2020與法國國家鳳凰劇院共同製作《Battle!》，並與法國著名弦樂四重奏TANA Quartet合作。做為全球唯一一個由箏、阮及笛組成的三重奏樂團，創團至今譜寫多首跨越時代記憶、玩轉不同風格的專屬作品。三個人致力於傳統再創、 跨界合作與當代音樂。積極參與不同形式之展演，並邀請音樂家合作演出，同時也委託作曲家量身譜曲，創造更加多元且精采的聲音風景。
《運動狀態》– 劉韋志, 三個人2016年委託創作
Established in 2013, 3PEOPLEMUSIC is the only ensemble combining the zheng, Chinese flutes, and the ruan as a trio. It constantly creates new repertoire, including works written individually as well as collectively by the three musicians, and commissions from other composers. The creative process has fueled the ensemble with new perspectives and inspiration that continue to revitalize their performances and to discover new sounds. 2016 was a landmark year in several fronts for this innovative group. The trio began to commission new works from different composers to diversify their repertoire, which had previously been only their own works. In the same year, the trio was selected as a participant in the Mentor and Partnership Program by the Taiwan Music Institute of the National Center for Traditional Arts (NCFTA). Also in 2016, 3PEOPLEMUSIC released its first self-titled album, which was nominated by the 28th Golden Melody Awards for Traditional Arts and Music. The trio’s annual concert productions at prestigious venues in Taiwan draws audiences of all ages. Representing the voice of Taiwan’s new generation, the trio has toured Japan, South Korea, India, Germany, and other countries.
Jing- Mu Kuo – zheng/Chinese zither 郭靖沐
Born in Yilan, Taiwan, Kuo graduated from National Taiwan University of Arts with a Master degree in the Chinese Music Department, and Chinese Music Department of Tainan National University of the Arts. Currently, Kuo is the head of 3PEOPLEMUSIC, the member of C-CAMERATA TAIPEI, and adjunct teacher in Chinese Music Department of Tainan National University of the Arts. Kuo has won numerous awards, including the first prize of “2016 TCO (The Taipei Chinese Orchestra) International Composition Competition”, the winner of the “New Artists” award sponsored by the Ministry of Culture from 2013 to 2015, NTCH’s “Young Stars” series in 2013 and 2011, Chiuko Traditional Orchestra’s fourth “New Talent” series in 2012, the best interpretation award of the first Star of Taiwan Traditional Instrument & Tainan Cultural Ambassador Competition in 2010, the champion of the fourteenth Taipei Folk Instrument Competition in 2007, Chinese Music Association’s Plucked and Bowed Strings Competition from 2002 to 2005. Recently, Kuo is commissioned by Taiwanese music groups, including Chinese Music Association, Chinese Music Department of National Taiwan University of Arts, Da Guran Zheng Orchestra, Yu Lin Zheng Orchestra, Zhi Xin Zheng Orchestra, etc., and also collaborates with different performers, composers and cross- field artists, including Trend Education Foundation’s Literature Theater, Boulevard Art Festival Tainan etc. Kuo composes etudes and music pieces for teaching and concerts. Nature in heptatonic scale zheng was published in 2014 and the same name album was released in 2015. The album was nominated for the 27th Golden Melody Awards for Traditional and Music – Best World Fusion Album.
任重，臺灣臺北人，笛演奏家/作曲家/鋼琴合作，現為國立臺灣藝術大學跨域表藝所博士生。就學期間主修笛、鋼琴，亦修習理論 作曲、指揮。自幼起即為臺灣各主要音樂比賽之常勝軍，曾參加臺灣音樂比賽兒童組、少年組、高中組、大專組、中華國樂學會笛成人組、黃鐘獎等皆榮獲特優第一名。目前為「三個 人」音樂總監，並任教於國立臺灣藝術大學、中國文化大學、國立臺灣戲曲學院。做為笛子演奏家出演協奏曲，與李哲藝教授、許瀞心教授、姜智譯教授等多位指揮家合作。做為作曲家，受邀為香港中樂團、臺北市立國樂團、高雄市立國樂團、桃園市立國樂團、臺南樂集、臺灣藝術大學國樂系、中華國樂學會等政府、民間、教學單位創作，並曾與指揮郭聯昌、廖曉玲、王正平、郭哲誠、葉和中、黃光佑、陳志昇、邱君強、陳秋盛等合作作品發表。其創作作品亦被撰寫論文: 笛協奏曲《年年》、二胡協奏曲《島祭》、音樂劇場《巴別之塔—奪回勇者之心》、揚琴鋼琴二重奏《天黑了》。
Jen Chung – dizi/Chinese flutes 任重 – 笛子
Jen Chung is from Taipei, Taiwan and graduated from National Taiwan University of Arts with a Master degree in the Chinese Music Department, and Chinese Music Department of Tainan National University of the Arts. Currently he is the music director of 3PEOPLEMUSIC member of Vita Eterna, and adjunct teacher of National Taiwan College of Performing Arts. As a student, he had won the prize of Chiuko Traditional Orchestra’s “New Talent” series in 2012. Champion of New Art’s “Star Show” competition in 2007, and was selected in “New Star of Music – Traditional Chinese Instruments” of Taipei Chinese Orchestra. Champion of Taipei Folk Orchestra Huang Zhong Award for youth in 2006, Chinese Music Association’s dizi competition for adults in 2005, Tainan County Competition of Music for College A section in 2005. Santa Fe’s Minister of Culture described his performance as “ Jen Chung crosses the boundaries between east and west via music, and his performance is very touching.” In recent years, he has invited by Taiwanese music groups and performers to commission, including Taipei Chinese Orchestra, National Chinese Orchestra Taiwan, Chinese Music Association, Chinese Music Department of National Taiwan University of Arts, and String Orchestra of Tainan National University of the Arts, etc. Arrangements and music works for 3PEOPLEMUSIC: One Sound, Three Different Romances in a Row, Slowly Rowing on Jasmine Waves, Two Pieces – Amoeba and Spray, Whispering Hope, Cloudy Day for Xindi, heptatonic scale Zheng, pentatonic scale Zheng and Bandoneon.
Pan I-Tung – ruan/Chinese lute 潘宜彤 – 中阮
Born in Keelung, Taiwan, Pan Itung graduated from Shanghai Conservatory of Music with an MA, and Chinese Music Department of Tainan National University of the Arts. Currently she is the music executive producer of 3PEOPLEMUSIC and the zhongruan member of A Moving Sound. Pan is the winner of NTCH’s “Young Stars” series in 2012, “Star of TNNUA” in 2007, performed Memory of Yunnan Zhongruan Concerto and the video has hit hundreds of thousands views on YouTube. The champion of National Student Competition of Music for College – Ruan Xian section in 2007, and Chinese Music. Association’s Plucked and Bowed Strings Competition for Youth in 2002 and 2004. In addition to playing zhongruan in 3PEOPLEMUSIC, Pan also tries to compose Spirit of Mountain, The Sensation of the Pentatonic Scale, Grappling with the Ghosts, Suites, etc., and she also collaborates with ensembles of diverse artistic styles. Pan has toured around Europe, America, and Asia. In a recent performance in the States, she was highly acclaimed as the “Asian Eddie Van Halen”. During the study in Shanghai, she attended the recording many times with Bandu Music Publication, including “Bandu Canopy Live Selection CD” with folk songs, “Qu Yi” Bandu Chamber Music groups EP and “Music Moment” Bandu Ruan Trio.