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10.13 [CONCERT] SECOND SET Huan Qing @ The 7th OCT-LOFT Jazz Festival

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10.13 [CONCERT] SECOND SET Huan Qing @ The 7th OCT-LOFT Jazz Festival

Time: October 13, 2017 from 9:15pm to 10:15pm
Location: Building C2, North District, OCT-LOFT, Nanshan District, Shenzhen
Phone: 0755 86337602 (15:00-18:00, info only)
Event Type: oct-loft, jazz, festival
Organized By: B10 Live
Latest Activity: Sep 18, 2017

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Huan Qing
中国 China 

时间 Time
2017.10.13 21:20 - 22:20
场地 Venue
华侨城创意文化园北区B10现场 B10 Live, North District of OCT-LOFT 


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演出者 Artist
欢庆 Huan Qing - 里拉琴 Lyre / 洞箫 Dongxiao / 人声 Vocals


Huan Qing, born in the Yangtze River’s gorges area in Chongqing, is a well-known avant-garde experimental musician, now living in Dali.

While exploring experimental music, his work are always rooted in the profound culture of China, maintaining a natural folk tinct. With his own unique perspective and free-form expression, he creates a poetic universe through simple arrangements and dreamy whispers, where we could be detached from the mundane world and retrieve the long-lost conversation between our deep souls.
In 1998, Huan Qing established an experimental music group named The Other Two Comrades and independently released two albums, “System Developers Got Stuck” and “Contradiction Burdened Torso”.
In 2000, Huan Qing started his research on folk music of southwest China. Through years of collecting and processing, he produced many high-quality albums, such as “A Piece of Brass Sheet (一块铜皮)” mainly featuring the traditional jew’s harp of the Yi nationality, “Crossing the Yellow River (过黄河)” and “Yearning Tone” of the Yi nationality, “Under The Sky” of the Hani nationality, “Dog Chasing the Red Deer (狗追马鹿)” and “Recollection of Lishui (丽水拾遗)” of the Nakhi nationality, “Rythms of the Oars (双桨采韵)” of the Nu and Wa nationality, “Ancient Ballads of Luomadi (洛马底古调)” of the Lisu nationality, “Tashi Father and Son (扎西父子)” of the Tibetan nationality, “Xiao & Howl (萧&啸)” of the Han nationality, “Chuangjiang Work Songs (川江号子)” of the Yangtze River basin and folk compilation “Yunnan Balladry (云南乡音)”.
Over the years Huan Qing has maintained a vigorous creativity. And as a multi-instrumentalist, he also makes instruments by himself.
He started manufacturing and playing the lyre since 2007. Lyre is one of the oldest seven-string plucked instrument, also known as the “Sumerian Harp”. It was originated from Mesopotamia (the region of the two rivers), and afterwards widely spread in the Mediterranean Coast region. Lyre was made majorly from lumber, crafted with wood, bull horns and sheep intestines, often used by troubadours as an accompaniment instrument.
Dongxiao is a blowing instrument of the Han nationality, popular among the folk or literati and hermits’ community in China, and was regarded as an introverted and implicative musical instrument. It is mostly made of nine-sectioned purple bamboo and white bamboo and often played in duos with Guqin, or in traditional Chinese string and wind ensembles. But Huan Qing plays the dongxiao in duo with his own vocals, where tune setting and feeling expressing are all done by the instrument, while consonance rhyming and affection confessing are achieved through lyrics.


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