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2020_ISCM - NANNING SECTION 

 
 

Annual Report

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    The 9th ASEAN Music Week is hosted by Guangxi Arts University and undertaken by Guangxi Arts University Music School, and will be held in Nanning, Guangxi from December 18th to December 22nd, 2020. On the evening of December 18, 2020, the Symphony Concert for the Opening Ceremony of the Ninth China-ASEAN Music Week was grandly held in the Concert Hall of Guangxi Culture and Art Center.
    The musicians joined hands with the Guangxi Symphony Orchestra and the Chorus of Guangxi Arts Academy to present "Ode to the Zhuang Country" (Lyric: Cai Changzhuo, Composition: Mo Junsheng) and "Guangxi Four Seasons" (Lyric: Zheng Junli, Composition: Lv Junhui) , "Legend of Kuafu" (Xu Changjun), "Southern Xinjiang Tour" (Li Shaosheng), "Tianma" (Composer: Zhou Xianglin, Erhu: Lu Yiwen), "Overture to the Grand Theatre" (Ye Xiaogang), "Sun Peak" (Xu Shuya) Eight magnificent and majestic musical works, including "The Great Song Yongzhou Su Jian" (Zhong Juncheng), were conducted by the national first-level conductor Cai Yang as the symphony orchestra.
    This ASEAN music exhibition held 10 fine concerts, with 4 large-scale symphony concerts and 1 large-scale folk orchestral concert performed by the Guangxi Arts Academy Symphony Orchestra, National Orchestra and Guangxi Symphony Orchestra. Music exchanges were carried out through exhibitions, seminars, workshops, etc. The activity was a complete success, and the musicians also gained a profound friendship.
    On December 22, 2020, the closing ceremony of the 9th China-ASEAN Music Week came to a close in the Concert Hall of the Guangxi National Palace. In the past five days, a total of 10 concerts, 2 academic forums, and 1 music workshop were held. The 2020 annual meeting of the Chinese Society of Composition and Composition Theory was also held at the Guangxi Arts Academy at the same time, with more than 70 people from all over the country. Famous music experts gathered together.
    The musicians, together with the Chorus Orchestra of Guangxi Arts University and the National Orchestra of Guangxi Arts University , presented the "Song of ASEAN Friendship" (lyricist: Cai Changzhuo, composer: Mo Junsheng) and "Drinking Light Wine" ( Severe Winter), "Two Pieces of Tujia Customs" (Zhao Xi), "Autumn Mountain Hearing Tao" (Liu Yuan), "Looking for Love" (Wen Deqing), "Impression of March 3" (Hou Daohui), "Puppet Show" (Liu Qing) ) And "Hou Tu" (Tang Jianping) and other eight magnificent and majestic musical works. The famous conductor Zhang Liang served as the conductor of this symphony orchestra.
    The colorful concert format has brought an audio-visual feast to the majority of musicians and music lovers. The simultaneous online and offline live broadcast method also demonstrates the strong influence and coverage of the China-ASEAN Music Week and has won Recognized by the international music industry.
    China-ASEAN Music Week, "Beijing Modern Music Festival" and "Shanghai Contemporary Music Week" jointly form the three major platforms for China's "new music" creation. After eight years of experience, China-ASEAN Music Week has developed into the largest and most influential music and cultural event in China, and has gradually formed a structural model with its own characteristics in the long-term development to popularize modern music and promote cultural and artistic exchanges at home and abroad. At the same time, it will have a profound and positive impact on promoting the strategic cooperation and development of the Belt and Road Initiative.

 

 

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