"Opening the Door to Art" Pipa Summer Camp Closing Report and Performance Ending Perfectly

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On the morning of July 13, more than 70 students from five classes of 2022 "My Pipa Tour - Happy Pipa Summer Camp" completed a wonderful closing report performance on the stage of Zhongshan Park Concert Hall.

In the closed-camp performance, the first class of students with the youngest average age, who have been learning the piano for less than half a year, and three students with zero basic background, brought an excerpt from "Finding Friends". The students of Class 2 and Class 3 played "The Sun of Hometown". Next are the two pieces "The Sun of Hometown" and "Dance of the Yi Nationality" presented by the students of the fourth class. The last five students who came to the stage were all professional pipa learners. They came from the Central Conservatory of Music, the Affiliated Middle School, the Affiliated Primary School, and the Zhejiang Conservatory of Music, etc. They brought the songs "The Sun of Hometown" and "Dance of the Yi Nationality", showing a wealth of fingering and positioning Transform and win applause from the audience. At the end of the closing ceremony, all the students stood up, and under the command of teacher Cui Yuanyuan, they sang the theme song "Snowflake" for the opening ceremony of the Beijing Winter Olympics, which was learned in the singing training class. Raise your phone and record this touching moment.

For some children, it is quite difficult to show the repertoire, but the teacher said that the students practiced intensively in just two days, and even went home and practiced very late, "I admire the children for doing this. Confidence, courage and determination to challenge difficulties, break through, and express yourself.”

The trainees also said that the two-day training camp made them aware of some small problems in the practice. "We need to calm down and practice the rhythm one note at a time, so that we can present the works more solidly."

The Pipa Summer Camp has been held for 11 years, with the famous Pipa master Zhang Hongyan as the artistic director. Teacher Zhang and his team members have always adhered to the original intention of public welfare and devoted themselves to teaching work with love and enthusiasm. Due to the impact of the epidemic, the number of students enrolled in this year's Pipa Summer Camp has decreased, but there are still 76 students from Beijing, Shandong, Fujian, Shanxi, Shaanxi and other places to participate. At the closing ceremony, Teacher Zhang Hongyan said, "With the strong assistance of Zhongshan Concert Hall, this year's offline summer camp has been facilitated. In the context of normalized epidemic prevention and control, such an opportunity to meet face-to-face is very rare and precious. Continuously In 2011, I participated in the summer camp and performances that opened the door to the arts, not only because of myself, but also thanks to a team of teachers who are full of public welfare and love behind me. At the same time, I am also very pleased to see some students who participated in the summer camp and were inspired to go. On the road of professional piano learning."

In the summer camp, Mr. Zhang went out early and returned late every day, and went deep into each class to give guidance and demonstration performances. This year, she also prepared a special gift for the trainees. She took a group photo with each trainee on the day of the camp, and printed it out and presented it to the trainees along with the certificate of completion. She said, "The purpose of my summer camp is to hope that children can feel the beauty and happiness of music in the process of learning the piano. Although the course time of the summer camp is limited, the children will have a new understanding of piano practice during the training process. Know, stimulate the motivation to learn the piano."

In addition, in addition to the Pipa class, this summer camp also offers a special singing training course, taught by teacher Cui Yuanyuan, through singing to experience the singing and breathing in music performance, learn collaboration and listening, and improve the overall quality of music. Parents are also very pleased to see the children's progress, "Pipa Summer Camp has stimulated the children's motivation to practice the piano, enhanced their sense of rhythm and collaboration in group performance, and also met like-minded friends. I am very pleased and moved. ."

On the evening of July 13, teacher Zhang Hongyan will perform "The Sun of Hometown" and "Dance of the Yi Nationality" on the same stage with outstanding students.

Involving musical instruments

Pipa (pinyin: pí pa), the first plucked instrument, is a traditional plucked instrument in East Asia, a plucked stringed musical instrument. Made of wood or bamboo, the speaker is half-pear-shaped and has four strings on the top. It was originally made of silk thread, but now it is mostly made of steel wire, steel rope and nylon.

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