Violinist Xie Nan to perform with her students

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Violinist Xie Nan to perform with her students

Violinist Xie Nan will perform with her students in a concert featuring Four Seasons of Buenos Aires by Piazzolla and The Four Seasons, a set of four violin concertos composed by Vivaldi.

The concert will also include music programs such as Spring in Xinjiang by Chinese composers Ma Yaoxian and Li Zhonghan, Csardas by Italian composer Vittorio Monti and Dance of the Goblins by Italian composer Antonio Bazzini.

Conductor Liu Ju, pianist Lu Jingyi and violinist Du Xuan will perform in the concert.

Born in to a musical family, Xie learned to play violin at the age of 4 and made her stage debut at 9 years old. She studied with music educator, violinist Lin Yao Ji and graduated from the Central Conservatory of Music. In the concert, she will invite three of her violin friends, Gao Can, Zhang Jingye and Xie Haoming, all of Lin's students, to perform during the encore session.

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