Organized by 烟雨燕双飞 on 2022-06-14
Ding Xiaokui is a young wind musician of the Central Chinese Orchestra.
In 2000, he was admitted to the Music Department of the People's Liberation Army Academy of Arts with the best grades in his major. He studied bamboo flute with his uncle Liang Shuzhuang since he was a child, and successively studied with Yan Ming from Weifang Song and Dance Troupe, Professor Hao Yijun from Shandong University of the Arts, Professor Dai Ya from the Central Conservatory of Music, Professor Zeng Duke from the PLA Academy of Arts, and Mr. Wang Ciheng, a flute master from the Central Chinese Orchestra.
Winner of the silver medal in the Dizi professional group of the first CCTV National Instrumental Music TV Competition. In 2011, he won the silver prize in the Shanghai Spring International Jiangnan Silk and Bamboo Invitational Competition. In 2013, he won the Gold Award of the Ministry of Culture's National and Folk Excellent Combination. He has visited many countries around the world with the Central Chinese Orchestra. He played important roles in large-scale plays such as "Impression of Chinese Music" and "Seeing Chinese Music Again" directed by Wang Chaoge and "Looking for Du Fu" directed by Yi Liming, and received wide acclaim. On April 1, 2017, a solo recital was successfully held at the Beijing Concert Hall. In July of the same year, he played the young Xuanzang in the first national instrumental musical "Xuanzang Westward Journey" by the Central Chinese Orchestra.
Participated in the recording of the original soundtrack music of many film and television dramas (The Great Military Advisor Sima Yi's Military Advisor Alliance, Tiger Roaring and Dragon Roaring), (Swinging), (Youth), (The Flower Blooms and the Moon Is Round), (Ruyi's Royal Love in the Palace), (Datang Xuanzang) ), (Notes on Tomb Robbers), (The Three Kingdoms Seeing the Dragon Disarming), (Jin Yiwei), (No Man's Land), (New Water Margin), (New Romance of the Three Kingdoms), (New Xiao Shiyi Lang), etc. Recorded song albums for many famous singers and participated in the recording of many famous variety shows such as (I Am a Singer) and (Fenghua Chinese Music). Committed to the cross-border performance of multi-cultural music, he cooperated with Zhongruan master Feng Mantian and jazz pianist Kong Hongwei with the Golden Buddha Jazz Orchestra.
Huang Jiaqing, a special performer of Baile Records, is a young teacher of Xinghai Conservatory of Music. Master of Bamboo Flute from Xinghai Conservatory of Music was selected into the "Top Innovative Talent Training Plan" of Xinghai Conservatory of Music. He studied under Professor Tan Yanjian, a famous bamboo flute player and educator in Xinghai Conservatory of Music.
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.
Zhang Renqing, male, born in 1982, a party member, a native of Hengshui, Hebei, a young educator and performer of flute, xiao and guqin.
Bian Ge is a young Chinese flute player, flute and flute teacher, and music creator. He is good at flute, xiao, xun, ocarina, cucurbit flute, bawu and other wind instruments.
Zhang Yingying, a young flute and flute player, is the first female performer in China to win the gold medal in the Dizi professional group of the government's highest award "Wenhua Award", and a silver medal in the CCTV National Instrumental Music Competition.
Involving musical instruments
Xiao (pinyin: xiāo), divided into dongxiao and qinxiao. And because the flute has a hole, it is different from the pan flute without a hole, so it is called "dongxiao". The xiao has a long history, the sound is round and soft, quiet and elegant, suitable for solo and ensemble. It is generally made of bamboo with blow holes at the top.
Hulusi (pinyin: hú lu sī), also known as "calabash flute", is a musical instrument of ethnic minorities in Yunnan. Hulusi originated in Lianghe County, Dehong Dai and Jingpo Autonomous Prefecture, and is mainly popular in Dai, Achang, Wa, De'ang and Brown. The Dehong and Lincang areas in Yunnan where ethnic groups live together are rich in local colors.
Bawu (pinyin: bā wū), alias Bawu, Gebi, Bai, Bilu, Ule, is a bamboo-winded and copper-reed musical instrument, popular among the Yi, Miao, Hani and other ethnic groups in Yunnan.
Xun (pinyin: xūn) is a closed-mouthed wind instrument unique to the Han nationality. It occupies an important position in the history of primitive art in the world.
Pai Xiao (pinyin: pái xiāo), also known as Pan Di, Fengwei Xiao, is an ancient musical instrument found in ancient China, South America, Europe, and Africa. Connect several wooden or bamboo pipes of different lengths, blow directly through the mouth, each pipe emits a sound, and the melody is displayed by continuously blowing different pipes.
Organized by 赵锦辛 on 2022-12-21
"Although very tired, but dripping dripping", Tan Weihai still felt more than enough after playing bamboo flute for netizens for 3 hours in @Tan Weihai Dixiao studio. As a patient with congenital visual nerve atrophy, Tan Weihai's world is dark, but he lets more people see him by playing bamboo flute.
Organized by 长乐 on 2022-12-19
On the evening of December 14, the 28th "Autumn of Chengdu" Chengdu International Music Season -- the special concert of Chinese Music School Chinese Orchestra arrived as scheduled.
Organized by Eno Elvis on 2022-10-24
Organized by 琪琪 on 2022-10-24
The ethereal and beautiful pottery flute, the bright and crisp bamboo flute, and the euphemistic and beautiful cucurbit flute make you enter the Fifth Primary School in Yangluo Street, Xinzhou District, Wuhan City, and you can sometimes be attracted by these beautiful sounds of national music.
Organized by 小何 on 2022-10-09
On the morning of October 7, the fourth "Songting Cup" National Flute Invitational Competition was hosted by Zhejiang Ethnic Orchestra Society and organized by Zhao Songting Flute Art Research Association.