Zhong Hui Dai
Dai Zhonghui, an internationally renowned musician, conductor, trumpet player. He is currently a professor at the Central Conservatory of Music and the chief conductor of the Symphony Orchestra of the Central Conservatory of Music. GVSU International Small Expert Class in Michigan, USA, Professor of the International Small Expert Class in Philadelphia. Vice Chairman of the Chinese Musicians Association Wind Music Society, President of the China Small Federation, Director of the International Small Association, and judge of the International Competition.
In 1986, he went to the United States to study and obtained a full scholarship from the American International University. In 1989, he received a scholarship from the University of Southern California School of Music, and taught under the professors Rob Roy McGregor and Boyde Hood. In 1990, he served as the chief trumpet of the USC Symphony Orchestra, and entered the Kennedy Center for the Arts in Washington, followed by the Boston Symphony Orchestra's chief trumpet Charles Schlueter and Roger Voisin. In 1993, he was recommended by Douglas Lowry, Dean of the Conservatory of Music at the University of Southern California, and conductor Daniel Lewis. He entered the Master Class of the Artist Diploma and became the first pipe student in the history of the master class. After studying, he studied under Professor Hans Bear and conductor Daniel Lewis and won the title of outstanding scholar.
1996 was invited to return to China as the chief trumpet of the China National Symphony Orchestra, and also served as the conductor of the Beijing Symphony Orchestra. Since the 1990s, he has been active in the music arena at home and abroad and has held many solo concerts. He has worked with the famous Tangerwood Music Center Symphony Orchestra, the Los Angeles Music Festival Orchestra and the Grand Teton Music Festival Orchestra to perform a large number of musical works of different periods and styles. In 1992, he was invited to participate in the Pittsburgh Second International Music Festival as the chief trumpet. He has performed solo works with the American San Bernadino Symphony Orchestra, the Redlands Symphony Orchestra, and the San Monica Symphony Orchestra USC Symphony Orchestra. In 2001, he performed solo and recital concerts in three French cities. A series of excellent music events have won unanimous praise from colleagues in the music industry. The world-renowned magazines such as PIPERS have conducted many interviews and reports.
He has been invited by many music colleges in the United States, France, Japan, Thailand, Singapore and China to teach at the University of Southern California, the University of South Florida, the Grand Valley State University of Michigan, the University of Kansas, the University of Indiana, France. The National Conservatory of Music in Lyon and the Lyon Conservatory of Music, Mahidol University in Thailand give lectures and perform solo concerts. In recent years, he has lectured and held solo concerts in major music schools in Beijing, Nanjing, Shanghai, Sichuan, Guizhou, Xi'an, Guangzhou, Shenyang, Tianjin, and Shanxi Taiyuan. He has published many academic papers on influential music publications at home and abroad, including the world famous "BRASS BULLETIN" magazine. And recorded a number of solo albums, including the solo CD Slavische Fantasie, "Slavic Fantasia", "Music and Techniques", "Rhythm and Melody", recommended by the International Trumpet Guild Journal . The solo album video was broadcast on CCTV several times and participated in the 1994 Spring Festival Gala. 2005-2006 Teaching expert classes and holding solo concerts for the International Trumpet Association. In 2007, he was employed as a foreign expert in the US GVSU Small Expert Class. In July 2008, he was invited by the Taiwan Wind Music Association to lecture in Taiwan and hold a solo concert. From 2006 to 2007, he was a visiting professor at the National University of Singapore.
As a conductor and a conductor guide expert, he has performed concerts and wind instruments with the China Symphony Orchestra, Beijing Symphony Orchestra, Shenzhen Symphony Orchestra, Tianjin Symphony Orchestra, Hebei Symphony Orchestra, China Film Orchestra and Sias International Academy Symphony Orchestra. training. His commanding art and superb level of wind and music training have been highly praised and appreciated by the entire music industry. In 2007, he directed the Central Conservatory of Music Orchestra to participate in the New Year Concert of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, which was highly praised by the famous conductor Zubin Mehta. Professor Dai Zhonghui has served as a judge for domestic and international competitions. In 2006, in 2007, he served twice as a judge of the International Small Tactical Association International Competition and in 2008 as a judge of the Korean JIZU International Competition. In September 2009, he was the judge of the Hungarian International Small Competition. At the same time, he was the judge of the company, including the chief of the Ai-Ai, the chief of Berlin Philharmonic, the chief of the Paris Opera, the chief of the Finnish National Symphony Orchestra and other internationally renowned performers. In 2009, he served as the judge of the first "Golden Bell Award" Wind Music Competition in China. In August 2010, he served as the judge of the Japan Wind Music Association International Competition.