Yang Zhijian, Guqin maker and performer. Born in Shanghai in July 1974. National first-class performer; representative inheritor of Shanghai intangible cultural heritage "Guqin-making skills"; vice-chairman of Shanghai Intangible Cultural Heritage Protection Association. Winner of "Shanghai Craftsman" and "May 1st Labor Medal" in 2017.
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Han Lei graduated from the Shanghai Conservatory of Music and studied under Zhang Guohua, Zhang Yongfa, Zhan Yongming and Dai Ya. He is currently the deputy head of the Heilongjiang Provincial Song and Dance Theatre Chinese Orchestra and the chief bamboo flute of the orchestra.
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Huang Deyuan, inheritor of the intangible cultural heritage "Zhejiang style guqin" and "Wenzhou dialect recitation".
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Mingjiang Yu Sufu was recruited, a young Uyghur Rewafu player. Undergraduate, bachelor's degree. The Rewafu Performance and Teaching Assistant in the Department of Traditional Chinese Music of the Music College of Xinjiang Arts University, participated in Rewafu performances many times.
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Huo Xiaojun was born in Tianjin and is a national first-class performer. She began to study erhu at the age of 8. Due to her outstanding performance, she successfully entered the China Opera and Dance Theatre after graduating from university. In 2001, she was invited to join the "Twelve Girls Band" and became "the only member of the group who did not sign a contract". .
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Gao Songru (1900 AD - 1986 AD), whose name was Zhenyun, whose courtesy name was Songru, was an old woman from Jinling, Jinling, who lived in Jinan, Shandong Province.
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Zhang Meng, born in 1992, graduated from the Central Conservatory of Music and is a young guqin player. Director of Guqin Professional Committee of China National Orchestra Association, Master of Guqin from the Folk Music Department of the Central Conservatory of Music.
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Lu Yiwen, a Chinese erhu player, a young erhu teacher at the Shanghai Conservatory of Music, a director of the Erhu Society of the Chinese National Orchestra Society, and the winner of the Golden Bell Award, the highest award of Chinese music, and the Wenhua Award.
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Mao Yi, a native of Lushan Mountain. Director of the Chinese Qin Association, director of the Chinese Kunqu Opera Guqin Research Association, the twelfth generation of Guangling School, and the sixth generation of Zhucheng School. At the same time proficient in Guqin repair and production.
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Li Fengyun is the master tutor of Tianjin Conservatory of Music, the vice president of the Chinese Qin Association, the deputy director of the Guqin Professional Committee of the China Kunqu Opera Guqin Research Association, and the president of the Tianjin Guqin Association.
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