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Jian delivers an exceptional lesson experience and ranks in the top 15% of our teachers nationwide.
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Yang, Jian is Professor of Music Technology and Musical Performance Studies at the Department of Music Engineering, Shanghai Conservatory of Music. He respectively obtained with honors his bachelor’s degree in Engineering from Southeast University, master’s degree in Violin Performance from Nanjing University of the Arts and doctorate in Western Music History from Shanghai Conservatory of Music. In 2013-4, he was a Visiting Scholar at the Faculty of Music and St John’s College of the University of Cambridge and was granted an Overseas Visiting Scholarship. He has published more than forty papers, a dozen of books (including monograph, co-authoring, translation and music scores) and CDs and directed several national and ministerial research projects. In 2015, Yang, Jian was awarded the First Prize of the 14th Fok Ying Tung Education Foundation Outstanding Young Teachers of Higher Education, one of the most highly recognized prizes for young scholars in China. His courses for graduate students include “The Method and Application of Visualized Music Analysis”, “Musical Performance Studies in an Interdisciplinary Perspective”, “Guided Appreciation and Review on the Classic Recordings of the Century”, and courses for undergraduates include “An Introduction to Music Technology”.

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Professor of Music Technology and Musical Performance Studies
Sep 2016 - Present
Shanghai Conservatory of Music

Sep 2007 - Aug 2016
Nanjing University of the Arts


Doctorate in Music History
Sep 2004 - Jun 2007
Shanghai Conservatory of Music
Master's Degree in Violin Performance
Sep 2001 - Jun 2004
Nanjing University of the Arts
Bachelor's Degree in Engineering
Sep 1997 - Jun 2001
Southeast University


Fluent / Native Proficiency
Professional Proficiency

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