Azure String Orchestra of Zhuhai Wen Yuan Middle School
The Azure String Orchestra of Wenyuan Middle School in Zhuhai started in 2008 and is one of the few students'string orchestras in China. The Orchestra adheres to the school motto of "kindheartedness, curiousness, summum bonum, beauty creation", and devotes itself to the construction of elegant campus. The number of junior high school league members is stable at more than 60. Nowadays, the orchestra's repertoire scope is expanding and the number is increasing year by year, involving more musical works of different styles. The Blue String Orchestra of Wenyuan Middle School in Zhuhai, founded in 2006, has been successively awarded: International Silver Award once, Bronze Award once; National Gold Award once; provincial gold award three times; municipal Gold Award twelve times. It has been recognized and appreciated by the society and added bright color to the campus business card of "Beautiful Cultural Garden".
Mr. Guo Yang, born in Beijing, graduated from South China Normal University (music education major). He worked successively in Ningxia Agricultural Reclamation Cultural and Industrial Corps and Yinchuan No. 1 Middle School of Ningxia. He is currently a senior music teacher of Wenyuan Middle School in Zhuhai. He is a member of China Chorus Association, Guangdong Musicians Association and Guangdong Violin Association. He has been appraised as an advanced teacher in Zhuhai. In more than 30 years of artistic activities and music education career, he has trained, trained and directed student choirs and orchestras. The Blue String Orchestra of Wenyuan Middle School in Zhuhai, founded in 2006, has been successively awarded: International Silver Award once, Bronze Award once; National Gold Award once; provincial gold award three times; municipal Gold Award twelve times.
|Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (1809 - 1874)||Sinfonia No.4 in C minor|
|Liu Tian Hua (1895 - 1932)||Wonderful Night|
|Hua Yan Jun (1893 - 1950)||The Moon Over a Fountain|
|Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 - 1791)||Divertimento KV 138|
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