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Jia, Daqun 




JIA Daqun (b. 1955-08-31), a distinguished Chinese composer and musical theorist, enjoys special government allowances of the State Council of China. JIA Daqun is currently a senior professor of composition and theory and supervisor of doctoral student at Shanghai Conservatory of Music, and a senior researcher of He Luting Advanced Research Institute for Chinese Music at SHCM. He is also a trustee and vice chairman of the theory council of Chinese Musicians Association, administrative vice chairman of Music Analytics of CMA, member of the Academic Council of Institute of musicology at CCOM, senior professor of the institute of Art Education in China at China Academy of Arts, and editorial board member of several academic periodicals, such as Music Research, Music Art and Musical Explore etc..
He has composed numerous works in various musical styles, including 3 large symphonic works, 2 chamber symphonic works, 3 concertos, 1 opera, 2 large dance music, 4 string quartets, 5 percussion works and 14 chamber works in different instrumentation. He released three CDs of personal compositions by NAXOS (2015, 2016, 2017). His String Quartet (1988) won the 12th IRINO Prize in Japan (1991) , and other compositions, such as Rondo, for Clarinet and Piano (1984), The Dragon and Phoenix Totem, for Pipa and Orchestra (1985), Symphony in Two Movements (1986-87) and Symphonic Prelude –Bashu Capriccio (1996) have been awarded prizes in major Chinese national composition competitions. His work Flavor of Bashu, for two violins, piano and percussion (1995) was named ‘Chinese Classic Musical Composition of the Twentieth century’ by the Chinese government.
He has published many articles and two books concerning composition and music analysis. His article The Counterpoint of the Structures won the second prize in the ‘Outstanding achievements in humanities and social science for colleges and universities’ category issued by the Ministry of Education (2009) and his book of Poetics of Musical Structure was the third prize-winner in 2013. His Instruction of the Structural Analytics received a silver medal in the Golden Bell Awards for his profound understanding of music theory (2011). He just published his new book of Composition and Analysis in 2016, and it has awarded the first prize of Academic disciplines in Shanghai 14th Outstanding achievement award in philosophy and social science (2018). His contribution to music theory has been widely recognized and frequently cited in academic research field in recent years.Other awards of his are “Expert of Excellence with outstanding contribution of Sichuan Province” by Sichuan Provincial CCP Committee and Sichuan Government in 1996, “Grantee of ACC (Asian Cultural Council) and the Guggenheim Foundation” in 2005, “Instructor of A Hundred Excellent Doctoral Dissertations in China in 2007” by The Ministry of Education in China, the ‘Bao Steel Excellent Teacher Award in 2008’ by the committee of the Cultural Foundation of Bao Steel, “Shanghai Excellent Art Talents Prize” in 2010, and “Shanghai Builders Award” in 2014 etc..JIA is former member of the Appraisal Group for Art Subjects of the Academic Degrees Committee under the State Council of China (2003-2015), Supervision Board member of National MFA Professional Degree in China (2005-2015), Dean of the Graduate Study Programs (2001-2014) and Director of the Office of the Academic Subjects and Specialties Programming Committee of SHCM (2008-2014), and a vice president of Zhejiang Conservatory of Music (2014.10-2016.03).



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