Liu Qiangqiang

Organized by 小饼干 on 2022-04-19
Introduction to Liu Qiangqiang(hulusi)Master performer

Liu Qiangqiang, formerly known as Liu Qiang, was born on February 8, 1979 in Huashan, Huayin City, Shaanxi Province.

From 1994 to 1996, he practiced literature and martial arts at a martial arts school, during which he participated in the shooting of many martial arts TV series. On September 7, 2011, the Women Entrepreneurs Chamber of Commerce of Huayin City Federation of Industry and Commerce of Shaanxi Province celebrated its one-year anniversary and performed the Mid-Autumn Friendship Association at Huashan Inn. On September 25, 2011, the 2nd Shaanxi Provincial Community Culture Festival Weinan Branch and the National Civil Art Performance Competition performed.

Now he is a member of Shaanxi Provincial Musicians Association, member of Shaanxi Provincial National Orchestra Society, and executive director of Shaanxi Provincial Hulusibawu Professional Committee. The representative work "Huashan Soul" and so on.

On December 17, 2015, in order to enrich the campus culture and cultivate students' specialties, Huangguan Middle School, Nanzheng County, Shaanxi Province, set up a special class of Hulusi and invited Mr. Liu Qiangqiang to teach for everyone. In addition to the basic playing skills, during the teaching process, Mr. Liu also set up courses of different difficulty for the children according to their age and acceptance.

At present, Liu Qiangqiang is committed to playing popular songs and folk music with cucurbit flute, forming his own unique playing style, and is determined to make his due contribution to the promotion of national culture.

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