Su Min, the first female banhu player in China, a famous huqin player, studied under the master of huqin performance Liu Mingyuan, a national first-class performer, and a performer of the Beijing Chinese Orchestra.
Su Min has been under the tutelage of Huqin master Liu Mingyuan since childhood. Since she broke the myth that women can't pull the banhu, the banhu major in our country's higher music colleges began to recruit girls.
Su Min and Banhu forged an indissoluble bond at the age of 13. At that time, she lived in a courtyard with Liu Mingyuan, a famous Chinese banhu performance artist. As soon as school was over, she moved into a maza and listened fascinatedly to the fat uncle Liu Mingyuan in the Nanwu pulling a banhu. How long did the fat uncle pull, and how long did she listen. She was fascinated and wanted to learn, so she moved her parents, who worked in the Beijing Film System with Uncle Fat, to plead for mercy.
Liu Mingyuan wrote a banhu song "My Jujube Red Horse" specially for Su Min.
Introduction to "Su Min Banhu Jinqu"
Introduction to "Su Min Banhu Jinqu" (2 photos)
In 1987, Beijing Culture and Art Audio and Video Publishing House published "Su Min Banhu Golden Melody", which included 10 Banhu solo pieces, including the traditional Chinese piece "Hebei Hua Bangzi" and the world famous Banhu Solo piece "Lark". She has represented my country in the United States, France, Belgium, Finland, Australia, South Korea and other countries for cultural and artistic exchanges, making important contributions to the national cultural and artistic exchanges between my country and other countries in the world.