Liu Fang

Organized by 山霁 on 2022-04-13
Introduction to Liu Fang(pipa)Master performer

Liu Fang, born in Kunming, Yunnan in 1974, is now a famous singer singer singer singer singer singer singer singer singer singer singer singer.

Liu Fang's multi-game concert was recorded in Canada and the French national radio station and played nationwide. She is known as the French Weekly Times (L'Actualité, 2001) is known as "Queen Queen" and "the greatest" one of the greatest 琵琶 ".

Liu Fang won the artist personal achievement award issued by the Canadian National Art Committee. On June 5, 2001, Liu Fangrong won the "Millennium Award" issued by the Canadian National Art Committee.

The first time in the age of nine, and continued to win in a variety of teenagers, and also participated in the performance activities of cooperation with various cultural groups, and was previously "flowers and applause" in 1985, the British Queen Elizabeth Access When China, Liu Fang, 11-year-old, played the Queen.

Liu Fang has won the first prize of Yunnan Province Juvenile Musical Instrument Competition, and won the second prize of the National Youth Ethical Music Competition in 1988. One year later, I was admitted to the Shanghai Music Academy Music, studying 琵琶 and guzheng. In 1993, he returned to Kunming since he graduated from Shanghai Music College and served as a solo actor in the city song and dance group.

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