Zhang Xiuyan

Organized by 不知桃夏 on 2022-07-01
Introduction to Zhang Xiuyan(jinghu)Master performer

Zhang Xiuyan, a Jinghu performer of the Tianjin Youth Peking Opera Troupe, often performs in the repertoires "The Great Quest II", "Mu Guiying in Command", "Nine Heroes of Qingcheng", "Golden Water Bridge", "Yao Qi", "Jade Hall Spring", " The Legend of Taizhen", "Jin Yunu", "Xin An Yi" and so on.

In 2017, he acted as a pianist for the traditional repertoire excavation and rescue project "Nine Heroes of Qingcheng" in the "Peking Opera Art Inheritance and Protection Project" of the China Arts Foundation; during the 2018 Spring Festival, he went to Colombia to perform a "Happy Spring Festival" visiting performance; 2018 National Arts Foundation "Xun School of Peking Opera Art Training Class" play "Xin Anyi" as a pianist; Participated in "2019 Chinese New Year Tea Party Theatrical Performance of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference".

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Also known as Huqin. It is a traditional Chinese stringed instrument. At the end of the 18th century, with the formation of traditional Chinese opera Peking Opera, it was restructured on the basis of the stringed instrument Huqin. It has a history of more than 200 years and is the main accompaniment instrument for traditional Chinese opera Peking Opera.

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