Organized by 岚玖 on 2022-04-13
Wei Yuru was born on May 26, 1960. He is currently a solo performer of the Central Chinese Orchestra and a national first-class performer. In 1989, he won the Gold Medal, the highest honor in performing at the 13th World Youth Festival. In 1995, he won the second prize of China Musical Instrument International Competition. He has performed in North Korea, Singapore, Canada, Japan and other countries.
Wei Yuru began to learn Pipa at the age of ten, and was a soloist at the Beijing Children's Palace. In 1981, he was admitted to the Central Chinese Orchestra. He devoted himself to the study of Zhongruan's performance, and mastered the difficult skills of Zhongruan's performance.
Over the years, he has produced a large number of audio-visual programs for radio and television stations, and recorded Zhongruan's solo for many record companies, and published the concerto album "Yunnan Memories".
He has won wide acclaim in artistic activities at home and abroad, and is now a relatively influential young performer at home and abroad. He also serves as the technical consultant of Beijing National Musical Instrument Factory and Guangzhou Qinxian Factory.
The woman who is also a wife and mother said affectionately: "Whenever I pick up a musical instrument, sit under the mercury lamp and devote myself to artistic creation, all my troubles are forgotten. I would like to dedicate myself to the prosperity of national music. a bouquet of fragrance".
Wang Zhongbing, a big coffee in the Ruan world, the inventor of modern Zhongruan and Daruan. He is a student of Yang Yinliu, and Yang Yinliu is also a student of A Bing, a complete teacher and apprentice.
Feng Mantian (March 13, 1963-), graduated from Harbin Normal University, a famous Chinese musician, Master Zhongruan, and Yueqin performer.
Zhang Xinhua, male, a member of the Communist Party of China, a native of Anfu, Jiangxi, a performer of Liuqin and Zhongruan. Now he is the voice director of the plucked part of the Central Chinese Orchestra and a national first-class actor.
Involving musical instruments
Zhongruan (pinyin: zhōng ruǎn) is a national plucked musical instrument with a long history in China. It is a traditional plucked musical instrument of the Chinese nation.
Because of the mellow, rich tone and wide range of sound, Ruan has become the main instrument in solo, ensemble, and duet in ancient times; in modern times, Ruan can play a powerful role in the orchestra, and Da Ruan and Zhong Ruan are mainly used in national orchestras.
Organized by 阿轺 on 2022-09-28
Feng Mantian remembered that when he was a teenager, he spent two cents to buy a ticket to the Beijing Planetarium. That was the first time he walked into the planetarium, and it was the first time he saw galaxies there. It felt very mysterious. A few years ago, he saw the galaxies in the sky for the first time in Guazhou, Gansu. He used a voice to describe the real feeling of that moment - "Wow!"
Organized by 湛鹰 on 2022-07-26
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of Hong Kong's return to the motherland, Jiangsu Radio and Television Station Wosu.com planned to launch "Hello! "I'm from 1997" series integrates media reports, showing young people's vivid growth stories and wonderful struggle experiences with real lenses and delicate brushstrokes.
Organized by 亦寒 on 2022-06-19
Art is a way to accompany people's life, to change people's understanding of life, and to obtain permanent spiritual enjoyment. Zhongruan art is a noble art that should be contacted and cultivated from an early age. First of all, we have to cultivate Zhongruan's sensibility. What are some ways to cultivate Zhongruan's sensibility?
Organized by 没头脑 on 2022-06-17
The experience that music brings to people is very strange. Suddenly, a simple melody brings people into it, whether it is sadness, or joy, or passion, or beauty, as if I suddenly entered a very subtle world, free. Wandering in it, can not extricate themselves.
Organized by 梦昱 on 2022-06-17
From practicing the piano to loving the piano, although there is a difference in one word, the difference is the difference between clouds and mud. One is passive learning and the other is active practice. Whether it is quality or effect, there are essential differences. , So what do you have to experience to go from practicing the piano to loving the piano?