Organized by CT. on 2022-03-28
Miss Qian Mi is an up-master in the music area of station B. She currently has 22,000 followers. Her videos mainly focus on pipa performances.
Miss Qianmi is a girl studying in France, currently studying a bachelor degree in film major. As a folk music lover, she has played the lute for 17 years. Miss Qianmi's signature is: I hope the culture I love can bloom further afield. .
The content of Miss Qianmi's video is mainly to perform Pipa playing on the street. Her repertoire is rich, and all kinds of well-known music, classic ancient songs, and episodes of film and television dramas can be found in Miss Qianmi's video. The main representative works are [German-French Border | Pipa] House of Flying Daggers, feel the battlefield, the blood book of ten thousand people is coming! , [[German-French Border | River Rhine] Pipa Myth My Xiaochuan is back, etc.
Wu Bing, a pipa player, a Chinese living in France, the first recipient of the "Angel of Chinese Culture" who spread Chinese culture in France.
Graduated from Sichuan Conservatory of Music majoring in pipa, he is more beautiful than Qin Huai, and the master of Pipa Up at station B: Jumo Peanut Butter. Is a new generation of traditional Chinese music performers.
Zhang Yadi is a young Chinese pipa performer, a pipa teacher at Tianjin Conservatory of Music, a master’s degree from the Central Conservatory of Music, and the first BOB top-notch innovative talent of the Central Conservatory of Music.
Jiang Yang, a young pipa player and composer. 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.
Tang Xiaofeng, Chinese contemporary pipa performer, associate professor of the Department of Folk Music of Shanghai Conservatory of Music, winner of Shanghai May 4th Youth Medal, Shanghai Outstanding Artist, Nominated for Shanghai Cultural New Talent, Director of Pipa Professional Committee of China Musicians Association, Shanghai Musicians Association Deputy Director of Pipa Professional Committee.
Involving musical instruments
Pipa (pinyin: pí pa), the first plucked instrument, is a traditional plucked instrument in East Asia, a plucked stringed musical instrument. Made of wood or bamboo, the speaker is half-pear-shaped and has four strings on the top. It was originally made of silk thread, but now it is mostly made of steel wire, steel rope and nylon.
Organized by 赵锦辛 on 2022-11-10
In September 2016, at the art performance of the G20 Summit, she amazed the world with "Moonlight on the Spring River" and "Tea Picking Dance", and demonstrated the beauty of Chinese folk music with the nimble sound of the pipa.
Organized by 线性代数 on 2022-11-08
That night in 2016, by the West Lake. With her fingertips, she has conquered audiences of different languages and colors. As a result, the world got to know her and the Chinese lute.
Organized by Eno Elvis on 2022-11-03
On the evening of October 31, a concert dedicated to the 50th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and Germany was played in the Historisches Kaufhaus Hall in Freiburg, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany, which was co-sponsored by the Federation of Chinese Students and Scholars of Freiburg and the German-Chinese Association of South Baden (DCGS).
Organized by 关谷奇迹 on 2022-11-01
The East Asian Cultural Capital Intangible Cultural Heritage Aesthetics Exchange Conference and 2022 Qingdeng Market (Autumn) will open today. The organizer of the event recently revealed that the Qingdeng Market has prepared a series of interesting activities for the citizens, and many famous celebrities will come to the scene to interact with the market participants.
Organized by 愛 on 2022-09-29
On September 25th, Ms. Wu Bing, President of the French Eurasian Art Institute and Professor of Pipa at the Conservatoire de Marne, France, was invited by the French Ambassador to Boiania and the chairman of the VACLAF International Music Festival Organizing Committee André to participate in the VACLAF International Music Festival. The festival, as a pipa player, shows the charm of traditional Chinese folk music to musicians and audiences from all over the world.