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Ye, Xiaogang 




Composer Xiaogang Ye is a member of the 12th Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, chairman of the Chinese Musicians’ Association, a member of the China Federation of Literary and Art Circles, vice president of the Central Conservatory of Music (CCOM), and a member of the Board of Directors of the China Film Association. He is also a candidate of the first “Four-Batch Project” of the Publicity Department of the CPC Central Committee.

Regarded as one of the most leading and influential composers in China, Ye’s important works include Horizon, The Last Paradise, Seven Episodes for Lin’an, In memory of Peace, Chu (Symphony No.3), Cantonese Suit, Springs in the Forest, Yangzhuoyongcuo, Twilight of the Himalayas, Macao Bride (dance drama), Song of Farewell, and Yong Le (opera). He has been commissioned to compose works for many international and state-level activities and served as judges for important music competitions at home and abroad.

Xiaogang Ye has received top music awards and honorary titles at China’s most prestigious events, such as China Golden Bell Award, Golden Rooster Film Awards, Huabiao Film Awards, The Best Film Music Award, and Achievement Award on Contemporary Chinese Film. He has been the recipient of a “Five-One-Project Award” from the Publicity Department of the China Central Committee, a Wenhua Award from the Ministry of Culture, the “Top 10 Copyright Owners” by the China Copyright Center in 2011, and a China Arts Award in 2013. In addition, Ye has won many international awards, including the Louis Lane Prize, Howard Hanson Prize, the “Heritage Prize for Excellence in Creativity in Music” from the Li Foundation of San Francisco, an award from the American Society of Composers and Publishers, and 2012 Guggenheim Fellowship Award.

Ye has presented concerts of his own works in many occasions and festivals. Notably, The China Story: Songs of the Earth won great acclaim in its New York, Saarbrücken and Münich tour. These successes have promoted extensive cultural exchange and cooperation between China and the West, and also show the growing significance of contemporary Chinese culture and the importance of disseminating it to the world.



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