Jiang Yang

Organized by 没头脑 on 2022-06-24
Introduction to Jiang Yang(pipa)Master performer,composer,music educator

Jiang Yang, a young pipa player and composer. Born in Nanjing in 1985, he was admitted to the Central Conservatory of Music in 2003. In 2007, he was recommended to be a graduate student of the school. In 2010, he stayed at the school to teach under the tutelage of Professor Li Guanghua. The composer is taught by Professor Li Binyang. He is currently a professional pipa lecturer at the Central Conservatory of Music and a director of the Pipa Professional Committee of the Chinese National Orchestra Association.

Jiang Yang won the highest award of Chinese music, namely the gold medal of the 8th China Music Golden Bell Award Pipa Competition in 2011 and the first prize of the most influential CCTV National Folk Instrumental Music Competition Pipa Competition, and made a breakthrough in the field of professional creation. The grand prizes are as follows: the chamber music "Dancing" won the first prize in the 7th National Higher Art College National Chamber Music Competition; "Scherzo" - composed for six pipas, won the 18th Ministry of Culture Folk Music Competition The third prize in the competition of works and the best work award in the 1st Hong Kong International Chinese Orchestra Chamber Music Competition; the pipa solo "String Dance" won the excellent award in the "211 Folk Music Excellent Engineering Works Collection Competition". At the same time, he has made remarkable achievements in the field of performance and creation, making him the most popular young musician in China in recent years.

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