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Hai Yu

Chairman of the China Music Association Wind Music Association, member of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, member of the National Federation of Literary and Art Circles, director of the Chinese Musicians Association, national level commander.
Born in Rizhao, Shandong Province, he was admitted to the People's Liberation Army Military Orchestra in 1970. In the early 1978, he studied with the famous conductor, educator Lu Yongzhong and Professor Huang Feili. Later, he was admitted to the Central Conservatory of Music and undergraduate Professor Li Huade. He has served as a performer, conductor, band captain, deputy head, and head of the Chinese People's Liberation Army Military Orchestra. In July 2011, he served as Music Director and First Class Conductor of the People's Liberation Army Military Orchestra. He commanded the People's Liberation Army Military Orchestra and the China Symphony Orchestra, the Central Orchestra Symphony Orchestra, the Central Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Central Opera Symphony Orchestra, the Central National Orchestra, the Shandong Symphony Orchestra, Hunan. The provincial orchestra, the Zhejiang Symphony Orchestra, the Australian National Military Orchestra, the US Army Military Orchestra and other famous orchestras held more than a thousand concerts. Its art of command is deeply loved by the audience and has been widely praised by the media. The media commented on his command "innocent and generous, moderately rigorous, soft and soft, and the vibrancy and brilliance of life between his point and line of his baton."
Yu Hai’s artistic career is often linked to major national celebrations and has been repeatedly received and praised by party and state leaders and foreign heads of state. The National Congress of the Party and the National People's Congress, the opening and closing ceremonies of the CPPCC, and various national celebrations often have the command of the People's Liberation Army Military Orchestra. In 1999, he served as the chief conductor of the 1000-member Joint Military Orchestra for the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the National Day. In 2008, at the opening ceremony of the 29th Beijing Olympic Games, the People's Liberation Army Military Orchestra was successfully completed to perform the performance of ceremonial music. In 2009, he was the head of the 1500 Joint Military Orchestra in the grand celebration of the 60th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China in Tiananmen Square. He served as the commander of the 4,000-person performance team composed of the Joint Military Orchestra, the Joint Choir and the National Percussion Orchestra. Artistic Director. Selected as the 2009 Chinese Music Person of the Year by Music Weekly. In 2011, he was awarded the title of "Master of Arts and Crafts of Deyi Shuangxin" by the General Political Department of the People's Liberation Army.
In 2004, as the main sponsor, the organization established the China Music Association Wind Music Society and was elected as the first chairman. For many years, he has served as the Executive Director and Deputy Director of the Liberation Army Art Series (Music Professional). He has served as a judge for many national music competitions. He has repeatedly served abroad as a judge of the International Wind Music Competition. In 2010, he was hired by the Ministry of Education as a national art education. Standing Committee of the Committee. He is also employed as an adjunct professor at more than ten universities including Peking University, Renmin University of China, Central Conservatory of Music, and China Conservatory of Music. He initiated and successfully planned large-scale activities such as Nanchang International Military Music Festival, Shanghai Wind Music Festival, China Qingdao Youth Wind Music Summer Camp and served as artistic director. He also led many teams, schools, institutions, factories and mines across the country to perform music. The lecture was warmly welcomed.
Yu Hai has visited many countries for cultural exchanges and performances. He has performed many times with famous musicians at home and abroad. The conductor recorded dozens of different themes and different forms of music albums. It is the only musician who has recorded and recorded the record of the National Symphony Orchestra, the National Folk Orchestra and the National Military Orchestra.
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