Feng Mantian

Organized by 卷鹅 on 2022-03-02
Introduction to Feng Mantian(zhongruan,yueqin)Master performer

Feng Mantian (March 13, 1963-), graduated from Harbin Normal University, a famous Chinese musician, Master Zhongruan, and Yueqin performer.


Proficient in plucked instruments from all over the world. He has represented the orchestra in nearly 30 countries including Switzerland, Russia, Austria, and the United States, and has performed at the Kennedy Center in the United States, Carnegie Hall, Salzburg Music Festival, Lucerne Culture and Arts Center in Switzerland, and Austrian Tyrolean Festival Theater. Performed on stage in an important art town.
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