Organized by 桑白 on 2022-09-22
Yang Zhijian, Guqin maker and performer. Born in Shanghai in July 1974. National first-class performer; representative inheritor of Shanghai intangible cultural heritage "Guqin-making skills"; vice-chairman of Shanghai Intangible Cultural Heritage Protection Association. Winner of "Shanghai Craftsman" and "May 1st Labor Medal" in 2017.
The guqin players are inherited from two guqin masters known as "Southern Gongbei Li": Mr. Gong Yi and Mr. Li Xiangting;
The qin and xiao performers are taught by Mr. Dai Shuhong, the "Flute King of Jiangnan";
Inheriting the classics of Guangling Qin School and Yushan Qin School, forming our own style;
Won four consecutive silver medals in the National Guqin Competition;
He has participated in many important guqin cultural activities such as "China Shanghai International Arts Festival", "Shanghai Spring International Music Festival", "Chinese Guqin Masters Concert", "Chinese Guqin New Year Concert", as well as various German, Belgian, Japanese and other important cultural activities. Foreign affairs visiting performances.
Yang Qing, a famous guqin master and music educator, was born in August 1951.
Ni Shiyun, a native of Haimen District, Nantong City, Jiangsu Province, China's famous contemporary qin mojo, the fourth generation inheritor of the Mei 'an Qin School, the representative inheritor of the intangible cultural heritage of Jiangsu Province "Guqin art" (Mei 'an Qin school), serves as the director of the Chinese Kunqu Opera Guqin Research Institute and the executive director of the Chinese Qin Association.
Yang Qiong, the word Yu Rong, Yushan Qin school successor, South Yuqin Club president, operation aman for more than ten years, good at qin songs. He is currently the vice president of Shenzhen Guqin Association, member of Shenzhen Ethnic Orchestral Association, lecturer of Shenzhen University School of Continuing Education and so on.
Huang Deyuan, inheritor of the intangible cultural heritage "Zhejiang style guqin" and "Wenzhou dialect recitation".
Gao Songru (1900 AD - 1986 AD), whose name was Zhenyun, whose courtesy name was Songru, was an old woman from Jinling, Jinling, who lived in Jinan, Shandong Province.
Involving musical instruments
Guqin (pinyin: Gǔ Qín) is a traditional Chinese musical instrument with a history of at least 3,500 years. Guqin is also known as Yaoqin, Yuqin and Seven-stringed Qin. The guqin has 13 emblems that mark the rhythm, and is also a ritual and musical instrument. It belongs to the silk in the octave. Guqin has a wide range, deep timbre and long aftertone.
Organized by 岚玖 on 2023-03-02
Walking on the clean road in Luzhuang Village, Huairou Town, Huairou District, Beijing, you will hear the fresh tone and long lingering sound of ancient qin music into your ears. It is really touching your heart. Immersed in the quiet far away from the hustle and bustle of the downtown, people feel relaxed and happy and linger.
Organized by 晚荣 on 2023-02-22
More than 100 guests who love Guqin art and Chinese culture attended a cultural salon event titled "The Beauty of Guqin Music" held at the China Cultural Center in Berlin on the evening of 15th.
Organized by 一杯清酒 on 2023-02-08
On the eve of the Lantern Festival, the special lecture of "No Ancient and Present -- The Intangible Cultural Heritage Welcoming the New Year Guqin Culture" was held by Zhoukou Culture, Radio, Film and Tourism Bureau and organized by Zhoukou Intangible Cultural Heritage Protection Center to reproduce the historic scene of Guqin buried deep in the long river of Chinese civilization.
Organized by 小小瞬 on 2023-02-08
Sponsored by Fuzhou Guqin Association and Fuzhou Wenchangli Cultural Tourism Development Co., LTD., and organized by Fuzhou Zhiyue Culture Media Co., LTD., the Guqin concert "Guqin Run Fuzhou" was played leisurely in Wenchangli Theater on the eve of the Lantern Festival.
Organized by 一杯清酒 on 2023-02-01
Step into Wuhan East Lake Dali village, filar silk continuously harp, sometimes crisp, sometimes vigorous. In an ancient courtyard named "Nantianfang", the host Ruan Yanjun plays the piano and sings while the guests sit around the stove, listening to the piano and drinking tea.