Zhao Lei

Organized by 关谷奇迹 on 2022-04-27
Introduction to Zhao Lei(erhu)Master performer

Zhao Lei, 6-year-old learns the piano under the tutelage of Lin Xinming, Huo Yonggang and Wang Yongde, and graduated from the Shanghai Conservatory of Music. In addition to specializing in qin art, he also devoted himself to studying the development history of Chinese folk music. He integrated, sorted out, and lectured the "Chinese Folk Music Vertical and Horizontal Talk" series of folk music courses. He introduced the development process of Chinese folk music through the "longitudinal" of the chronological style, and through the chapter-hui style. The "horizontal" presents the musical instruments, works and music masters of the Chinese nation in various periods.

Since 2007, Zhao Lei has premiered the Erhu Concerto "A Hundred Years of Thoughts" at the Hong Kong City Hall, and performed solo at the "Chinese Erhu Master Classics Concert" at the National Centre for the Performing Arts. , Solo performance in the 10th "MORI World Music Festival" in Hiroshima, Japan.

In the 2010 Shanghai World Expo Park, "Erhu Unlimited Movement - Zhao Lei Solo Concert" was held; in the same year, "Erhu Solo Concert of Chopin's Works" was held in the 200th anniversary of Chopin's birth - Japan series of music activities;

In January 2012, we will cooperate with the famous Japanese electronic organ player Kanda to hold five "Charity Concerts Affected by the Great East Japan Earthquake" in Tokyo, Hokkaido and other places; Erhu Solo Concert"; invited by the Shanghai International Arts Festival Organizing Committee in October, commissioned to create and premiere the erhu dance drama "Guan Ju", the first time to integrate Erhu music and modern dance;

In May 2013, he was invited to act as the composition, arrangement and solo of the opening program "Erhu Unlimited Movement" of the "66th Cannes Film Festival - China Night", becoming the first Chinese folk music performer to appear on the stage of an international film festival;8 He was invited to Taiwan by the "Shanghai-Taipei Twin Cities Sharing Art Festival", and successfully held the "Erhu without boundary" concert in one of the important landmarks of Taipei City, the Concert Hall of the Chung Cheng Cultural Center.

On February 2, 2022, he participated in the "China Dream My Dream 2022 China Online Audio-Visual Annual Ceremony", and played the erhu in the AR stage show "What a Beautiful Jasmine Flower".

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