王正平，英國CNAA(Council for National Academic Awards)音樂哲學博士。曾任中廣國樂團指揮，臺北市立國樂團指揮、團長，中華民國國樂學會理事長，佛光山人間音緣梵樂團音樂總監，國立藝術學院副教授，中國文化大學中國音樂系教授等職。自民國62年至98年間，舉辦數十場琵琶獨奏會(五十場以上)，率團出國演出兩百餘場。於倫敦大學國際民族音樂會議發表〈中國琵琶左手技法〉(1985)、英國Kingston Polytechnic (現為Kingston University) ｢國際中國音樂學術會議｣發表〈中國音樂美學與哲學〉(1988)等論文。曾獲全國音樂比賽國樂獨奏冠軍、中國文藝獎章｢演奏獎｣、國家文藝獎｢演奏獎｣、紐約美華藝術協會｢亞洲最傑出藝人獎｣、金曲獎｢最佳專輯製作人獎｣等榮銜。亦曾擔任中山文藝獎評審委員、國家音樂廳音樂委員、高等專校評鑑委員、臺北市文化局音樂會評議委員、總統府音樂會評議委員。
WANG Cheng-Ping holds a PhD degree awarded by the Council for National Academic Awards, United Kingdom. He has served as conductor of the China Broadcasting Chinese Orchestra, conductor and director of Taipei Chinese Orchestra, director of the Chinese Music Association, music director of Fo Guang Shan Sounds of the Human World Buddhist Chinese Orchestra, associate professor of the National Institute of the Arts (now known as Taipei National University of the Arts), and professor in the Chinese music department at Chinese Culture University. Between 1973 and 2009 he gave more than fifty pipa recitals and directed more than 200 concerts overseas. His paper titled “Left-Hand Techniques of the Chinese Pipa” was presented at an international ethnomusicology conference at the University of London in 1985. He also presented the paper “The Aesthetics and Philosophy of Chinese Music” at the International Chinese Music Conference held by Kingston Polytechnic (now known as Kingston University) in 1988. He received first prize in the Chinese music solo group in the National Student’s Music Contest, the Performance Award from the Chinese Writer’s and Artist’s Association, the “Performance Award” from the National Award for Arts, “The Outstanding Asian Artist Award” from the Chinese American Arts Council, and “Best Album Producer” from the Golden Melody Awards. He also served as a jury committee member for the Sun Yat-sen Literary Prize Awards, a member of the committee board for the National Performing Arts Center, a committee member for higher education evaluation, a committee member for the musical programs of the Department of Culture Affairs (Taipei City Government), and a committee member for the Concert at the Presidential Office Music Program.