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Gao Hong - Home Page Gao Hong Chinese Pipa Soloist and Composer Gao Hong on Radio NPR and MPR: Performance Today The Joy of Pipa Gao Hong with Minneapolis Guitar Quartet Gao Hong on TV TPT/PBS MN Original Episode #241 "Butterfly" MN Original Episode #241 "Silk Road" Gao Hong with St OLaf Orchestra Flying Dragon Concerto Live Performance Stream Home Awards and Honors Order CDs Music Samples Biography Compositions Partial Listing Reviews Performance Highlights Youtubes Contact Pipa Method Book in English by Hal Leonard Just Released!!! For more info please click the picture A star-studded CD featuring two Grammy-winning performers "Pipa Potluck-Lutes Around the World" - Gao Hong and Friends- Winner of the 2016 Global Music Award - Outstanding Album Award For more info about the musicians please click the picture Gao Hong Gao Hong, a Chinese musical prodigy and master of the pear-shaped lute, the pipa, began her career as a professional musician at age 12. She graduated with honors from China's premier music school, the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing, where she studied with the great pipa master Lin Shicheng. In both China and the U.S. Gao has received numerous top awards and honors, including First Prize in the Hebei Professional Young Music Performers Competition and an International Art Cup in Beijing. In 2005 Gao Hong became the first traditional musician to be awarded the prestigious Bush Artist Fellowship, and in 2012 she became the first musician in any genre to win four McKnight Artist Fellowships for Performing Musicians administered by MacPhail Center for Music. Gao Hong as Performer Gao has performed throughout Europe, Australia, Japan, Hong Kong, China, and the U.S. in solo concerts and with symphony orchestras, jazz musicians, and musicians from other cultures. She has performed at many major festivals worldwide. Her performances have included those at the Lincoln Center Festival; Carnegie Hall; the San Francisco Jazz Festival; the Smithsonian Institution; the Next Wave Festival; Festival d'Automne a Paris in Paris and Caen, France; the International Festival of Perth, Australia; and the Festival de Teatro d'Europa in Milan, Italy. Her performances of pipa concerti with symphony orchestras include several world, U.S., and regional premieres and performances with the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, Pasadena Symphony, Heidelberg (Germany) Philharmonic, the Women's Philharmonic in San Francisco, the Portland (Maine) Symphony, and the Minneapolis Pops Orchestra among others. In addition, she performed with the Lincoln Center production of “The Peony Pavilion.” Gao Hong as Composer As a composer, Gao has received commissions from the American Composers Forum, Walker Art Center, the Jerome Foundation, Zeitgeist, Ragamala Music and Dance Theater, Theater Mu, Minneapolis Guitar Quartet, IFTPA, Danish guitarist Lars Hannibal, and Twin Cities Public Television for the six-part series "Made in China." Meet the Composer Inc. in New York City has awarded her two Creative Connections grants, two MetLife Creative Connections grants and a Global Connections grant. In addition to Gao Hong’s own solo performances of her compositions worldwide, her music has been performed internationally by many world class musicians. In 2000, Song of the Pipa, a play based on Gao Hong’s life and the life of Chinese poet, Bai Juyi, received 20 performances by Theater Mu and featured live e musical accompaniment and new compositions by Gao Hong. In 2007 her first choral composition, “The Coming of Spring” was one of five pieces selected for a reading session by VocalEssence out of 128 applicants nationwide. Her new commissioned piece from Jerome Foundation “Awakening” was premiered by Gao Hong and Speaking in Tongues at Muziekgebouw aan het IJ in Amsterdam in March, 2007. In the same year she was also selected to participate in a composer’s workshop hosted by the new music ensemble, Zeitgeist, and premiered her new composition “Courage” - for pipa and percussion - with Present Music in Milwaukee. in 2008, to celebrate Gao Hong's 35th anniversary of playing her instrument, 10 years as a composer. Hong composed a special pipa and sitar duet with guest artists Shubhendra Rao on sitar- a top disciple of Ravi Shankar - and rising young tabla star Biplab Bhattacharya. Three Gao Hong's world premiere compositions performed by taiko drum master Kenny Endo, David Hagedorn, percussion, the cellist Michelle Kinney; Gao Hong on pipa; and Indian vocalist and veena player Nirmala Rajasekar in Ted Mann Hall and Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall. Gao Hong as Educator Gao Hong is currently Senior Lecturer in Chinese Musical Instruments at Carleton College where she also directs the Carleton Chinese Music Ensemble. She has presented educational programs and lectures at hundreds of colleges and universities since 1994. She also taught K-12 students nationwide for 19 years through the Minnesota State Arts Board, SPCO CONNECT Program, Young Audiences, IFTPA, and Arts Are Basic in Lincoln, Nebraska. She is a Guest Professor at the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing and a member of the Board of Directors at the McNally Smith College of Music . China's foremost music publication, "People's Music" wrote of Gao Hong that "like the famous Luoyang peony, she has gradually emerged as the best of all beautiful flowers...her performance has extremely strong artistic appeal and belongs under the category of 'fine wine'...the more you listen, the more beautiful it gets..." Gao Hong with groups Butterfly Butterfly’s individual members are all world-class performers with envious credentials. All three have been awarded prestigious fellowships from the Bush and McKnight foundations and have performed and recorded worldwide. But what is most striking about the trio members are their individual roots. Speaking In Tongues Four astonishing musicians from four different countries with four native tongues. An unprecedented combination of Chinese pipa, African and Middle Eastern percussion, and Latin bass. read more > The Spirit of Nature A professional Chinese music ensemble of the highest quality. Up to six top musicians perform on dozens of traditional Bowed Strings, Plucked Strings, Winds and Percussion instruments. Their vast repertoire includes the best of Chinese classical, court, folk, silk and bamboo, percussion, minority, and contemporary music. Ensemble members perform as duos,trios, quartets, and up to a six piece ensemble. read more > Gao Hong with the Minneapolis Guitar Quartet Youtube: Celebrating the Harvest - Gao Hong http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=62TQ7GC144s Sword Dance (excerpt) - Changjun Xu http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KoAPlC1y_fw

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