韩锺恩 Han Zhong’en

Han Zhong’en, a music aesthetician and critic and PhD of the Central Conservatory of Music, is a professor and PhD supervisor for Music Aesthetics and Modern Music Research, academic leader of the national key subject Music Aesthetics in Musicology o

Han is entitled to the special allowance provided by the State Council. He is a member of the Theoretical Committee of Chinese Musicians' Association and member of the editorial committee of People’s Music. Han used to be director of the Musicology Department of the SHCM (2004-2015) and chairman of Chinese Music Aesthetics Society (2005-2015).

Research fields: Music Aesthetics, Anthropology of Music, Philosophy of Music, Music Critics, Modern Music Research.

Courses: Undergraduate and graduate lessons in Musicology Writing, Literature Reading and Study, Music Aesthetics and Music Works Study, Philosophical Issues in Modern Western Music, Figure of Speech in Musical Works, Research on Music Aesthetic Concept Category, Music Critics, Musicology Issues Research, Reading Guidance of Chinese Musicology Classic Literature, Research on Music Culture Issues, Music Aesthetics in Modern China and Research on Modern Music Issues.

黄英 Huang Ying

Huang Ying, a renowned lyric coloratura soprano and an opera performing artist, has performed in operas, concerts, TV plays, movies music records.

As the first Chinese female soprano to perform the heroine in an opera movie, her role in director Frédéric Mitterrand and conductor James Conlon’s film Madama Butterfly won her world fames. She has performed on world stages including the New York Metropolitan Opera, the Cologne Opera and Chinese National Grand Theater. She has played leading roles in operas including the Marriage of Figaro, L'elisir D'amore and Rigoletto. Huang has cooperated with New York Philharmonic, London Symphony Orchestra as well as conductors such as James Levine, Christoph Eschenbach and Charles Dutoit. As the ambassador of cultural exchanges between China and the West, Huang was also invited frequently to perform for the world’s celebration events such as the Vienna Christmas Concert in 1997 with co-performers such as Michael Bolton and Opera master José Plácido Domingo Embil and the opening performance of Shanghai Grand Theater with co-performer Tenor Jose Carreras. Huang’s voice is soft and sweet and she is also well-skilled and has an authentic music style. Her performances are widely praised by opera performers, audiences and media. She now enjoys a high fame in the international music circle and has the nickname of “a nightingale flying from China.”

李景侠 Li Jingxia

Li Jingxia is a professor of the Shanghai Conservatory of Music, a pipa player, an educationist, a music theorist and a postgraduate supervisor. She has been China’s first person who has obtained the Master degree of the performing art and teaching m

Li is the deputy director of China Nationalities Orchestra Society Specialty Committee of Chinese Pipa, director of Shanghai Musician Association Specialty Committee of Chinese Pipa and a specialist of Shanghai Cultural Talents Certification Center. She has been invited as the judge of major music competitions including Golden Bell Awards and CCTV National Instrumental Music Competition.

Li has won the SHCM President Award and SHCM He Luting Award for her efforts in musical education. Many students tutored by Li won prizes at professional music competitions across the country.

Li is committed to the long-term research of instrumental music art theory. She has published papers and treatises totaling 600,000 characters.

李棠 Li Tang

Li Tang, a graduate of the Music Department of People’s Liberation Army Academy of Art and a former solo performer in the PLA Song and Art Ensemble in Beijing. She later studied from Professor Raymond Nilsson, former chief tenor in Royal Opera House,

Li is now professor in the Voice and Opera Department, postgraduate supervisor, director of the Voice Teaching Group and gives lessons of vocalization techniques and performance of Chinese and foreign musicals. She also has rich stage experiences, such as Concert for Gustav Mahler’s 150th Birthday (soprano solo) in Italy, performance of “Rückert Lieder” in cooperation with Shanghai Oriental Symphony Orchestra, 2012 Christmas Concert—Li Tang and Her Friends, musical “Love in the Sky” (leading heroine), performance in Haifa Symphony Orchestra 2014, etc.

Li is a member on Teaching Committee of China Society for Musical Studies and musical consultant of its base in Hangzhou. She was also selected as Excellent Teacher of the SHCM in 2016.

李小诺 Li Xiaonuo

Dr. Li Xiaonuo is a researcher of the Shanghai Conservatory of Music, Party secretary and deputy director of the musicology department, master supervisor in analysis of music works and music aesthetics psychology, postdoctor at the School of Psycholo

Research field: analysis of music works and music psychology

Courses: music psychology, music aesthetics psychology, aesthetics psychology in music practice and research on Western music genres.