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陸橒 LU Yun
陸橒 LU Yun
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陸橒 (1982)

陸橒1982年出生,自幼習樂,2000年起向洪崇焜老師學習作曲。2003年以二胡與國樂團作品《西秦王爺》在文建會民族音樂創作比賽中初試啼聲榮獲首獎,並入圍第16屆金曲獎傳統暨藝術音樂作品類最佳作曲人獎。2004年、2005年分別又以《弄獅》(嗩吶與國樂團)與《臉譜集》(琵琶與國樂團)獲得文建會同一比賽之最高獎項。2004年進入國立臺北藝術大學音樂系碩士班,主修理論與作曲。2005年受臺灣國樂團委託創作笛與國樂團作品《山・樂》。 

20066月舉辦碩士畢業作品發表會,並發表論文〈國樂團配器之我見〉。2009年起於美國密蘇里大學堪薩斯分校(University of Missouri-Kansas City)攻讀作曲博士,師從周龍、陳怡夫婦。20138月回到臺灣於國立臺南藝術大學七年一貫制中國音樂學系擔任專任講師,20144月完成畢業口試取得博士學位(Doctor of Musical Arts)

20154月舉辦於臺北中山堂舉辦「臺灣意象」個人專場音樂會,10月獲得國立臺灣藝術大學60週年最佳傑出校友楷模獎。2016年受國立傳統藝術中心為第27屆傳藝金曲獎頒獎典禮委託創作《點將》。現為國立臺南藝術大學中國音樂學系專任助理教授。

 

LU Yun (1982)

Lu Yun is a Taiwanese composer born in 1982. She took her first erhu lesson at the age of 9 and began studying under the tutelage of Hung Chung-kun in 2000.

In 2003, her work Lord Xinqin, produced for erhu and Chinese orchestra, captured first prize at the Chinese Music Composition Competition organized by Taiwan’s Council for Cultural Affairs (CCA) and she was shortlisted for the Best Composer Award at the 16th Golden Melody Awardsfor Traditional Arts and Music.

Lu went on to win the top award for two consecutive years at the CCA’s Chinese Music Composition Competitionin 2004 and 2005 for Lang Sai (suona and Chinese orchestra) and The Collectionof Masks (pipa and Chinese orchestra).

She enrolled at the National Taipei University of Arts in 2004 to pursue a Master’s degree in Music Theory and Composition, and completed a commissioned piece titled Music from the Mountain (dizi and Chinese orchestra) in 2005 for the National Chinese Orchestra, Taiwan.

Lu released her thesis “My View on the Orchestration of Chinese Orchestra” in June 2006 and began studying for a doctoral degree in music at the Conservatory of Music and Danceat the University of Missouri-Kansas City in 2009.

She served one year as a full-time Chinese music lecturer at the Tainan National University of Arts in 2013 before receiving her DMA from Missouri under the tutelage of noted composers Zhou Long and Chen Yi in April 2014.

She held a soloconcert titled “Images of Taiwan” at Taipei Zhongshan Hall in April 2015. Half a year later, she was named Outstanding Alumnus by NTUA, where she completed her undergraduate degree in erhu.

One of her latest compositions is The Calling (Dianjiang), which was commissioned by the National Center for Traditional Arts for the 2016 ceremony of the Golden Melody Awards for Traditional Arts and Music. She is now an assistant professor at the Chinese Music Department of the Tainan National University of the Arts.

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