Organized by 辞惘 on 2022-04-14
Introduction to license(erhu,huqin)Master performer,composer,music educator

Permit, Huqin master, broke through and innovated the superb Huqin playing techniques that predecessors could not achieve ① The first Huqin two-tone melody playing method, which made up for the blank history that the Huqin could not play two-tone harmony. ② Expanding the position to more than four octaves solves the problem of the vocal range of difficult songs. ③ Create a fast push-pull lianton bow with strong granularity and a clear and bright high-position artificial overtone.

The license that has been listed as the world's first-class performer is from Nanjing. He graduated from the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing in 1982 with excellent results. He has successively studied erhu and piano with famous teachers such as Sima Jiezi, Lan Yusong, and Shi Dazheng. In 1983, he was the erhu chief of the Central Chinese Orchestra. In 1987, he held his first solo Huqin recital in Beijing Concert Hall conducted by Yan Huichang / Concerto of the Central Chinese National Orchestra, and successfully premiered the Erhu Concerto "Mo Chou Nu Fantasia" (composed by He Zhanhao / He Zhanhao), commissioned by Xu Xu. Song), Erhu and the large-scale national orchestra "Fantasy" (Yan Huichang).

In 1986, as a music supervisor, he was awarded the title of honorary citizen of Houston with a Chinese artist delegation visiting the United States. In 1996 and 1999, when he toured the United States as a soloist, he won the Artist Achievement Award from the honorary mayor of Baton Rouge and the mayor of New Orleans for two consecutive times. From 1991 to 1997, he was employed as a special researcher by the Chinese Department of the Social Science Research Center of Waseda University, Japan. In 1991, the Licensing Huqin Research Association was established in Tokyo. From 1999 to 2000, he was a visiting professor at the School of Music, Lewis Anna State University (LSU), while studying JAZZ. Since 2001, he has been a member of the "Silk Road" music group founded by Yo-Yo Ma. In 2004, he became a visiting professor at the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing.

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