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Dai Liang

A Bu started to study the classical piano from Professor Zhang Shigu, a Chinese American piano educator, at the age of four, and won awards at several piano contests he participated later. After Zhang Shigu returned to the U.S. , Professor Zhang. Zhiwei from the Central Conservatory of Music took his place and taught A Bu classical piano. In 2009, A Bu was enrolled in the Affiliated Primary School of the Central Conservatory of Music, and had joined the Piano Master summer camp launched in the U.S. ever since then. In June 2012, A Bu was recommended for admission to the Affiliated Middle School of the Central Conservatory of Music for outstanding achievements

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Luke Lee

Dynamic!Creative!Cultural! These words only begin to describe the music and talents of lukelee. guitarist/artist/songwriter/percusionist/singer, lukelee has steadily and carefully crafted an original body of work he terms a "spiritually tinged blend of jazz,rock,r&b,blues and traditional African music." Lukelee's unique brand of music, addresses all human emotions that fall under the universal theme of Love,joy and peace .He takes music back to its roots with his minimalist guitar driven approach to performing and recording. He's ultimately, his own artist.His unique style is shown throughout his music, and his personality is one that everyone falls in love with

ARTICLE: UNDER THE RADAR

Dai Liang, aka A Bu: Beijing Prodigy

Read "Dai Liang, aka A Bu: Beijing Prodigy" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

In 1950, in the wake of World War II and the early years of the Cold War, the Chinese Communist Party under Mao Zedong founded the Central Conservatory of Music as a consolidation of several musical institutions. Located in Beijing, the school resides on the former site of the seventeenth century residence of one Prince Yixuan. ...

NEWS: FESTIVAL

Hong Kong International Jazz Festival Attracts Top Names

Hong Kong International Jazz Festival Attracts Top Names

The Hong Kong International Jazz Festival is back with a host of great jazz from the 29th September to the 2nd October. Now in its sixth edition, this most iconic of Asian cities provides a spectacular backdrop to a truly exciting series of concerts featuring top international names including the Asaf Sirkis Trio, the Lars Danielsson ...

NEWS: MUSIC INDUSTRY

Major Chinese Music Sites Shift from Free

Major Chinese Music Sites Shift from Free

Several of China's major online music websites have shifted from free, to a fee-based model for music downloads. According to Chinese news service Sina, major labels including Universal, Sony, and Warner Music pressured Chinese music sites, including Baidu Music, Cool Music, and Xiami.com to shift to a pay model with a deadline of June 5th. Kugou.comm ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEWS

Li Gao Yang: Locks, Stock and Smoking Barrel

Read "Li Gao Yang: Locks, Stock and Smoking Barrel" reviewed by Ian Patterson

With dreadlocks tumbling over his shoulders, Li Gao Yang already cuts a striking figure. When he's on stage blowing his tenor saxophone and leading his quartet with quiet assurance, the impact is all the greater. Chinese jazz stars are few and far between, at home or abroad, but already this unassuming musician from Beijing has appeared ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

Hong Kong International Jazz Festival, Days 4-6, September 28-30, 2011

Read "Hong Kong International Jazz Festival, Days 4-6, September 28-30, 2011" reviewed by Ian Patterson

Days 1-3 | Days 4-6 | Days 7-8Hong Kong International Jazz FestivalHong KongSeptember 25-October 2, 2011 The 2011 Hong Kong International Jazz Festival offered up over forty groups from 24 countries--a big jump from the eight bands that made up the first edition of HKIJF in 2008. Apart from the ...

Beijing

Label: Playscape Recordings
Released: 2003
Track listing: Jade Welcoming; Beijing; Dazu; Swedish Fish; Fragile Forms; Op-Ed; Mogao; Icons; Pivot; The Present; Caterpillar.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Michael Musillami: Beijing

Read "Beijing" reviewed by AAJ Staff

As jazz musicians get older, they tend to get wiser. They also tend to lose a bit of spark, but there's nothing wrong about mellowing with age. (Usually their audience undergoes the very same transitions, which explains quite a bit about the music's demographics, but that's another matter...) In over a decade on wax, Michael Musillami ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Michael Musillami: Beijing

Read "Beijing" reviewed by Frank Rubolino

On the highflying Beijing, Michael Musillami sets up shop with a swinging team of sprightly improvisers in bassist Joe Fonda and drummer George Schuller. Musillami gets into an adventuresome mode on this set, and the others enlist for the fun-loving trip. They play mostly original compositions by Musillami or by band members collectively. The music cooks ...


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