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                                                                  Artistic Director






                                                                  Yi Zhang, Artistic Director of Shanghai Philharmonic Orchestra and Zhejiang Symphony Orchestra.

                                                                  Learning to play the violin at the age of five, Yi Zhang was recommended to Central Conservatory of Music in 1990. He learned conducting under the guidance of Prof. Xu Xin and Prof. Ji Ruikai. From 2000 to 2003, he pursued further education in the Saarbrücken Hochschule für Musik Saar, where he finished the graduate course for conducting with Prof. Max Pommer, a renowned German conductor.

                                                                  As an influential conductor in China, Yi Zhang devoted himself in hundreds of concerts, operas and ballets. During the past two decades, he has cooperated with orchestras home and abroad, including China National Symphony Orchestra, China Philharmonic Orchestra, Shanghai Symphony Orchestra, Shanghai Philharmonic Orchestra, Macau Orchestra, London Philharmonic Orchestra, German Radio Philharmonic Orchestra, Württemberg Chamber Orchestra, Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra Victoria, Cuba Symphony Orchestra, Kungliga Operan and etc.

                                                                  In his performances around European, American, Australian and Asian countries, Yi Zhang collaborated with numerous artists such as Leonidas Kavakos, Emmanuel Pahud, Wenzel Fuchs, Renaud Capucon, Jean-YvesThibaudet, Myung Wha Chung, Sarah Chang, Lang Lang etc. During his tour in Malaysia, Yi Zhang received great acclaim in local news media, describing him as "a brilliant, incredible charming young conductor".

                                                                  Yi Zhang conducted many premieres of Chinese and foreign works, such as the world premiere of the ballet Raise the Red Lantern in May 2001, the Chinese premiere of Mass in C Minor by Mozart (2012) and Stabat Mater by Rossini (2014) with Macau Symphony Orchestra. Meanwhile, he also engaged as conductor in some recordings, such as Ye Xiaogang’s New Music from China with Saarbrucken Radio Symphony Orchestra (by Wergo, Germany, 2002) and Britain Music with London Philharmonic Orchestra and cellist Qin Liwei (by DEECA, UK, 2013). In May 2012, he was given the Award of Outstanding Contribution at the Beijing Modern Music Festival for his efforts in showcasing modern Chinese music and musicians.

                                                                  Known for his enthusiasm and passion, Yi Zhang is often invited to take part in national events, like the celebrating performance for Hong Kong’s return in 2007 and opening ceremony of 2008 Olympic Games (including the song You and Me). In November 2015, he led the National Ballet of China Symphony Orchestra to the Palace of United Nations, where they presented a joint concert on behalf of the five permanent members of the UN Security Council, commemorating the 65-year anniversary of Sino-Switzerland diplomatic relations and the 70th anniversary of the United Nations. In March 2017, Yi Zhang successfully conducted the China NCPA Orchestra in Abu Dhabi Festival.