2007 The 1th Mutual group
The Wind Ensemble of the Tai-chung First Senior High School
Located at yung-ho city,Fu-Hsin established nearly half an century ago is a cradle of art and culture.We've cultivated a great number of artistic elites.
Led by our principal Wang,chih-cheng,not only do our school include fine arts,
design, professional skills, but also combine culture,and music. This is why we set up thewind band in 2005,originally plays for the assembly. But,to this day,we are the biggest artistic club in the school. We deal with the school's opening concert,
boost the community balladry and regularly play for nursery school and protectory.
With these little music notes, we strongly expect to make the spirits of our school
motto"Trueness,Kindness,Beauty and Novelty" pass every corner of the world.
Conductor Jian-Neng Huang
Conductor Born in Taiwan in 1963. Jian-Neng Huang has studied "Band Music Conducting Method" from Chuin Liou. Since 1986, he has condubted CSMB and leads it to numerous glories no matter in chanber music or marching music As the first marching band in Taiwan, CSMB has continuously gotten the first prizein Taiwan Music Contet . He isthe pioneer to introdue marching band to Taiwan, and has contributed a lot to the development of it. From 1988, Huang has conducted the marching bands of Chang-Tsui Elementary School, Taipei Municipal Chung ShanGirls Slan Girls Senior High School,and Chinese Navy Band, and influenced a lot on these elementary school marching bands.Also, he is constantly invited to be judge or conduct the marching band of San-Hsin Commercial & Economics High School and makes them the most popular marching band in Taiwan. They are often imvited to perform in National Festivzls and always get widespread praises. Further, Huang studied Jazz in Berklee College og Music from1993 to 1996, following many masters like Jeff Stout in trumpet, and Frank L. Battisti in condubting method. He is also invited by Bei Jing Band Association to conduct and teach, andserves as guest conductor.
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