- 分類 / 演奏
- 專長 / 演奏(吹管、擦弦、彈撥、打擊、低音)
2015年受臺灣國樂團NCO之邀於「簧的世界」協奏個人作品《魑魅魍魎》。2014年因演奏《超級瑪利歐兄弟Super Mario Bros.》一曲受到英國BBC、美國The Verge、法國20minutes、瑞典Feber、日本Rocket News24等國際媒體關注。同年9月在兩廳院舉辦個人全創作音樂會《玩樂女笙》，並以《玩樂女笙》獲得第13屆台新藝術獎提名。10月受即興吉他大師約翰・羅素(John Russell)之邀，赴英國倫敦演出Quagua Session。
LI Li-chin (1988)
Li Li-chin is a sheng player and composer born in Taiwanin 1988. As an active soloist and chamber musician, she was sheng player for the Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra before joining the Taiwan-based "Kao Dao Yin" improvisation ensemble.
Ka Dao Yin’s debut album Four Characters was named Best Jazz Solo and Best Jazz Album at the 3rd Golden Indie Music Awards in 2012. The group was also nominated for Best New Ensemble. Kao Dao Yin’s second album, Slow, won Best Crossover Album at the25th Golden Melody Awards for Traditional Arts and Music in 2014.
Her solo performances include Ghosts at the “World of Reed” concert held by the National Chinese Orchestra, Taiwan in 2015; a crossover recital with her own compositions at the National Concert Hall in 2014; and a special performance at Quagua Session in London as the guest of British guitarist John Russell. She was also nominated for the 13th Taishin Arts Award that year.
Moreover, her 2014 sheng interpretation of the Super Mario Bros. theme song became a YouTube hit that was picked up by media outlets such as BBC News (UK), The Verge (US), 20minutes (France), Feber (Sweden), and RocketNews24 (Japan).
In 2013, Li won a talent competition held by Chiuko Traditional Orchestra and received the chance to perform her composition Sunyata. She was also invited to become the sheng soloist for the allegorical choral production Sing Sang Sung held by Hong Kong’s Yat Po Singers that year.
Li also held a solo sheng recital in 2012 and was named Outstanding Alumnus in 2009 by her alma mater, Tainan National University of the Arts. She was a sheng major at the university’s Chinese Music Department, having studied under the tutelage of Tsai Hui-peng after encouragement from her first musical mentor Fang Kuo-lung.