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Learning the piano is not about becoming a pianist

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(Summary description)Recently, the Sixth Asian Youth Music Competition was held in Hong Kong. More than 150 piano players from more than 10 countries and regions in the world have been competing fiercely for several days, and finally they have been expelled from the awards of 9 groups, including youth group, youth group, children group, Chinese works group A and double Piano Group. What is the competition of piano? How to select new talent better? The game left us a lot of inspiration.<br>
You don't have to be a pianist to learn the piano<br>
In this competition, the children's group is the most eye-catching. The children's childish faces and skilful playing skills not only attract a lot of attention, but also make people sigh that there are successors of piano art. Yang Ruijia, a 13-year-old girl from Guizhou, won the first place in the children's group. She has been learning piano for 8 years. In 2014, she performed Mozart's Piano Concerto No.4 in G major with Chen Zuohuang, music director of Guiyang Symphony Orchestra, at the &quot;special concert for finding golden prize winners of Mozart Piano Competition&quot;. This time, she won the first prize and took a step towards her dream of becoming a pianist.<br>
Nowadays, in China, more and more children are learning piano, and their age is getting younger and younger. And all kinds of piano competitions undoubtedly become an extremely important display platform and measurement standard. Bao Huiqiao, a famous pianist, national first-class actor and consultant of China Musicians Association, said that nowadays, there are so many piano competitions. As far as the international first-class piano competition is concerned, the difficulty is deepening and the requirements for the comprehensive quality of the players are increasing day by day. &quot;Players need to understand the composer's intention, grasp the styles of different composers and the styles of the same composer in different periods, and also require players to combine technology with music and highlight their personal characteristics.&quot; 'the competition provides a platform and you don't have to worry too much about the results, 'she said. Chen zhaoxun, a music educator in Hong Kong, also pointed out that we should improve our cultural accomplishment while learning music, especially by reading the history of music.<br>
Learning piano should not be too utilitarian, which has become the appeal of the industry and experts. In the current &quot;Piano fever&quot;, there is also a phenomenon of impetuousness. Many piano students are busy taking the grade examination and participating in various competitions. Some experts have pointed out that learning piano doesn't have to be a pianist. It brings more subtle gains to children. Chen zhaoxun said that learning piano can cultivate a person's aesthetic and moral character, and improve the width and depth of thinking.<br>
Teach children to understand the true meaning of music<br>
Since 2002, the Asian Youth Music Competition has selected a lot of new talents, some of which are still outstanding in the international arena. As a competition held once every three years, this year has also undergone fierce competition. Finally, Huang Siyuan from Hong Kong won the first place in the youth group. Huang bosiyuan not only needs to prepare his repertoire when he reads the music. &quot;The more you understand the background of the repertoire, the more you can integrate your own thinking into it.&quot; Huang Siyuan said.<br>
It is not only local players from Hong Kong, but also players from all over the world. Zhang Huiyuan, President of the Korean piano Association, said that the competition is not only a good opportunity for the contestants, but also for the judges.<br>
Wu Tianyan, chairman of the Organizing Committee of the Asian Youth Music Competition and President of bass music group, said that the competition has increased the number of contestants from Germany, the United States and other countries, and the judges are also from the world, so it is more authoritative. &quot;It is hoped that the competition will radiate from Asia to the world and become an important international event. More importantly, we hope to promote music culture, popularize piano art, understand the needs of the grassroots and do a good job in music education<br>
With more and more similar piano competitions being held, more attention has shifted from the competition itself to music popularization and education. Zhang Huiyuan said that South Korea's piano education emphasizes elitism, but it has not done enough in music popularization education. &quot;Music resources should be used to popularize music for the public and children, so that children can start learning music from an early age, and more music talents will emerge.&quot;<br>
Li Mingqiang, chairman of the Judging Committee of the competition and professor of Shanghai Conservatory of music, said that &quot;Piano Education in China mainly includes two

Learning the piano is not about becoming a pianist

(Summary description)Recently, the Sixth Asian Youth Music Competition was held in Hong Kong. More than 150 piano players from more than 10 countries and regions in the world have been competing fiercely for several days, and finally they have been expelled from the awards of 9 groups, including youth group, youth group, children group, Chinese works group A and double Piano Group. What is the competition of piano? How to select new talent better? The game left us a lot of inspiration.<br>
You don't have to be a pianist to learn the piano<br>
In this competition, the children's group is the most eye-catching. The children's childish faces and skilful playing skills not only attract a lot of attention, but also make people sigh that there are successors of piano art. Yang Ruijia, a 13-year-old girl from Guizhou, won the first place in the children's group. She has been learning piano for 8 years. In 2014, she performed Mozart's Piano Concerto No.4 in G major with Chen Zuohuang, music director of Guiyang Symphony Orchestra, at the &quot;special concert for finding golden prize winners of Mozart Piano Competition&quot;. This time, she won the first prize and took a step towards her dream of becoming a pianist.<br>
Nowadays, in China, more and more children are learning piano, and their age is getting younger and younger. And all kinds of piano competitions undoubtedly become an extremely important display platform and measurement standard. Bao Huiqiao, a famous pianist, national first-class actor and consultant of China Musicians Association, said that nowadays, there are so many piano competitions. As far as the international first-class piano competition is concerned, the difficulty is deepening and the requirements for the comprehensive quality of the players are increasing day by day. &quot;Players need to understand the composer's intention, grasp the styles of different composers and the styles of the same composer in different periods, and also require players to combine technology with music and highlight their personal characteristics.&quot; 'the competition provides a platform and you don't have to worry too much about the results, 'she said. Chen zhaoxun, a music educator in Hong Kong, also pointed out that we should improve our cultural accomplishment while learning music, especially by reading the history of music.<br>
Learning piano should not be too utilitarian, which has become the appeal of the industry and experts. In the current &quot;Piano fever&quot;, there is also a phenomenon of impetuousness. Many piano students are busy taking the grade examination and participating in various competitions. Some experts have pointed out that learning piano doesn't have to be a pianist. It brings more subtle gains to children. Chen zhaoxun said that learning piano can cultivate a person's aesthetic and moral character, and improve the width and depth of thinking.<br>
Teach children to understand the true meaning of music<br>
Since 2002, the Asian Youth Music Competition has selected a lot of new talents, some of which are still outstanding in the international arena. As a competition held once every three years, this year has also undergone fierce competition. Finally, Huang Siyuan from Hong Kong won the first place in the youth group. Huang bosiyuan not only needs to prepare his repertoire when he reads the music. &quot;The more you understand the background of the repertoire, the more you can integrate your own thinking into it.&quot; Huang Siyuan said.<br>
It is not only local players from Hong Kong, but also players from all over the world. Zhang Huiyuan, President of the Korean piano Association, said that the competition is not only a good opportunity for the contestants, but also for the judges.<br>
Wu Tianyan, chairman of the Organizing Committee of the Asian Youth Music Competition and President of bass music group, said that the competition has increased the number of contestants from Germany, the United States and other countries, and the judges are also from the world, so it is more authoritative. &quot;It is hoped that the competition will radiate from Asia to the world and become an important international event. More importantly, we hope to promote music culture, popularize piano art, understand the needs of the grassroots and do a good job in music education<br>
With more and more similar piano competitions being held, more attention has shifted from the competition itself to music popularization and education. Zhang Huiyuan said that South Korea's piano education emphasizes elitism, but it has not done enough in music popularization education. &quot;Music resources should be used to popularize music for the public and children, so that children can start learning music from an early age, and more music talents will emerge.&quot;<br>
Li Mingqiang, chairman of the Judging Committee of the competition and professor of Shanghai Conservatory of music, said that &quot;Piano Education in China mainly includes two

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Recently, the Sixth Asian Youth Music Competition was held in Hong Kong. More than 150 piano players from more than 10 countries and regions in the world have been competing fiercely for several days, and finally they have been expelled from the awards of 9 groups, including youth group, youth group, children group, Chinese works group A and double Piano Group. What is the competition of piano? How to select new talent better? The game left us a lot of inspiration.
You don't have to be a pianist to learn the piano
In this competition, the children's group is the most eye-catching. The children's childish faces and skilful playing skills not only attract a lot of attention, but also make people sigh that there are successors of piano art. Yang Ruijia, a 13-year-old girl from Guizhou, won the first place in the children's group. She has been learning piano for 8 years. In 2014, she performed Mozart's Piano Concerto No.4 in G major with Chen Zuohuang, music director of Guiyang Symphony Orchestra, at the "special concert for finding golden prize winners of Mozart Piano Competition". This time, she won the first prize and took a step towards her dream of becoming a pianist.
Nowadays, in China, more and more children are learning piano, and their age is getting younger and younger. And all kinds of piano competitions undoubtedly become an extremely important display platform and measurement standard. Bao Huiqiao, a famous pianist, national first-class actor and consultant of China Musicians Association, said that nowadays, there are so many piano competitions. As far as the international first-class piano competition is concerned, the difficulty is deepening and the requirements for the comprehensive quality of the players are increasing day by day. "Players need to understand the composer's intention, grasp the styles of different composers and the styles of the same composer in different periods, and also require players to combine technology with music and highlight their personal characteristics." 'the competition provides a platform and you don't have to worry too much about the results, 'she said. Chen zhaoxun, a music educator in Hong Kong, also pointed out that we should improve our cultural accomplishment while learning music, especially by reading the history of music.
Learning piano should not be too utilitarian, which has become the appeal of the industry and experts. In the current "Piano fever", there is also a phenomenon of impetuousness. Many piano students are busy taking the grade examination and participating in various competitions. Some experts have pointed out that learning piano doesn't have to be a pianist. It brings more subtle gains to children. Chen zhaoxun said that learning piano can cultivate a person's aesthetic and moral character, and improve the width and depth of thinking.
Teach children to understand the true meaning of music
Since 2002, the Asian Youth Music Competition has selected a lot of new talents, some of which are still outstanding in the international arena. As a competition held once every three years, this year has also undergone fierce competition. Finally, Huang Siyuan from Hong Kong won the first place in the youth group. Huang bosiyuan not only needs to prepare his repertoire when he reads the music. "The more you understand the background of the repertoire, the more you can integrate your own thinking into it." Huang Siyuan said.
It is not only local players from Hong Kong, but also players from all over the world. Zhang Huiyuan, President of the Korean piano Association, said that the competition is not only a good opportunity for the contestants, but also for the judges.
Wu Tianyan, chairman of the Organizing Committee of the Asian Youth Music Competition and President of bass music group, said that the competition has increased the number of contestants from Germany, the United States and other countries, and the judges are also from the world, so it is more authoritative. "It is hoped that the competition will radiate from Asia to the world and become an important international event. More importantly, we hope to promote music culture, popularize piano art, understand the needs of the grassroots and do a good job in music education
With more and more similar piano competitions being held, more attention has shifted from the competition itself to music popularization and education. Zhang Huiyuan said that South Korea's piano education emphasizes elitism, but it has not done enough in music popularization education. "Music resources should be used to popularize music for the public and children, so that children can start learning music from an early age, and more music talents will emerge."
Li Mingqiang, chairman of the Judging Committee of the competition and professor of Shanghai Conservatory of music, said that "Piano Education in China mainly includes two categories: professional education and social education. Although we have made remarkable achievements, there is still a lot of room for development. If Chinese piano art wants to go further to the world, we must improve the level and quality of music education in our country

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