Georges Aperghis

Li Qiuxiao

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Li Qiuxiao graduated from Central Conservatory of Music with Bachelor degree and from CEMC (Center for Electronic Music of China) with Master degree, majoring in electro-acoustic music composition. Currently, She is a second year student for the DMA degree and visiting scholar of University of Missouri of Kansas City. She studies electronic-acoustic music with Prof. Zhang Xiaofuand Prof. James Mobberley. Her works have been presented multiple times in various major music festivals, such as the Central Conservatory of Music Festival, Beijing Modern Music Festival, MUSICACOUSTICA-BEIJING, Root Signals Electronic Music Festival and New Horizons Music Festival.Her work “Bristle with Anger” was performed in Rutgers, Sate University of New Brunswick in 2009. “The Dancing Shadow” was commissioned by ELECTROACOUSTIC-BEIJING in 2013. She creates “Wu song fights the tiger” for Dr.Jun Qian’s “ East Meets West” recording project in 2014.


Her thesis “A study on early Chinese Electronic music composition” was awarded the third prize of the 3rd.Electronic Music Academy Award in 2012. In the same year, her thesis was read out in public on the 5thRound Table Discussion and Forum of Development about Asian Electroacoustic Music and was published in“Music communication” in 2013.

Award:
Drizzle Tells Water—Second prize in 2011 MUSICACOUSTICA-BEIJING, Competition of Electronic composition, Group A
Sacrifice—Second prize in 2008 MUSICACOUSTICA-BEIJING, Competition of Electronic composition, Group B
Bristle with Anger—Third prize in 2009 MUSICACOUSTICA-BEIJING, Competition of Electronic composition, Group B
Magnolia—Third prize in 2010 MUSICACOUSTICA-BEIJING, Competition of Electronic composition, Group B
Song—Outstanding prize in 2007 MUSICACOUSTICA-BEIJING, Competition of Electronic composition, Group B

Solo Instrument


Silhouette of Childhood (2013)

Ensemble (Instruments or Voices) and Fixed Electronic Media


The Dancing Shadow (2013)
Bristle with anger (2009)