Professor of Central Conservatory of Music, internationally renowned violin educator, and disciple of Mr. Ma Sicong, the first generation of violin master in China.
Lin Yaoji was originally from Taishan, Guangdong. He was born in Guangzhou on May 19, 1937. His father was an American overseas Chinese who loves fine arts. He started to learn violin at the age of 13, and entered the Junior Class of the Central Conservatory of Music in 1952, under the tutelage of the dean of the Central Conservatory of Music and the famous violinist Ma Sicong, and graduated in 1954. In 1960, Lin Yaoji graduated with honors from the Central Conservatory of Music. In the same year, he was selected by the state to participate in the second Tchaikovsky International Violin Competition. During the (former) Soviet Union, he was appreciated by the world-famous violin educator Yuri Younglevich. In order to have greater artistic development, the young Lin Yaoji resolutely gave up the competition and stayed at the Moscow Conservatory of Music, where he followed the master to learn the art of violin performance and teaching. Professor Yangljevic had predicted that Mr. Lin Yaoji would make a great contribution to the violin education in China. Two years of studying abroad has benefited Lin Yaoji a lot in violin playing method, teaching method and artistic accomplishment, and laid a solid foundation for his violin education career in the future. In September 1962, Lin Yaoji returned to the Central Conservatory of Music from Moscow and started his violin education. He worked hard to study and apply ancient Chinese philosophical thoughts, and strive to stand at the height of human history, the natural world and social life, and solve the psychological, physical and physical problems of students' violin playing skills as soon as possible. With his special teaching method, the student Hu Kun trained and won the fifth place in the 4th Sibelius International Violin Competition in November 1980, achieving a "zero" breakthrough for Chinese players to participate in international competitions, and then winning Fourth place in Brussels Elizabeth International Violin Competition and other international competition awards. Student Xue Wei won the silver medal in the Tchaikovsky International Violin Competition and the first place in the Karl Flesh International Violin Competition in 1986. Professor Lin Yaoji's students are all over the world, teaching and working in top domestic and foreign music schools and major symphony orchestras. He used a set of unique educational methods full of dialectics and philosophy to train many violinists, including Hu Kun, Xue Wei, Tong Weidong, Yang Tianwa, Xu Weiling, Zhang Ti, Chai Liang, Xie Nan, Liu Yang, Chen Xi, Gao Can, Liu Xiao, Xie Haoming (in no particular order), etc., have won awards in major international violin competitions held in Finland, Belgium, Russia, Britain, France, Australia, Germany, Japan, the United States, Italy and other countries. More than 40 items, including more than ten champion gold medals. As a result, Professor Lin Yaoji was called "Master of Mining" and "Professor of Champion" by Chinese colleagues, and was highly praised by the international and domestic music circles, and was hailed as "Great Violin Educator". Hong Kong disciple Li Chuanyun won the gold medal at the Fifth Wieniawski International Youth Violin Competition in Poland when he was only 11 years old. Li Chuanyun and the 13-year-old Beijing goddess Yang Tianwa successfully challenged the limits of physical skills, physical stamina, endurance, thinking, skills, and musical performance in just over half a year. They were held in Hong Kong and Beijing. The "Challenge the Limits Concert" performed the highly difficult and stunning work of the Italian composer Paganini, known as the "touchstone of violin performance"-"Complete Works of Twenty-Four Caprices", and played it in Hong Kong Hugo Records produced by record companies are publicly released. This is indeed the only one in China and rare in the world. It is also the most scientific and successful embodiment of Lin Yaoji's "Lin's Teaching Principles". In 2002, 17-year-old student Chen Xi won the Silver Medal of the 12th Tchaikovsky International Music Competition (Gold Medal Vacancy), and 16-year-old student Yang Xiaoyu won the Gold Medal of the 4th Tchaikovsky International Youth Music Competition.
With the famous Italian violinist Mr. Ricci at the 1996 Paris Tibor.•Varga Competition Jury
Lin Yaoji's teaching method is based on the Russian violin teaching method, using ancient Chinese philosophical thoughts, and striving to stand at the height of human history, natural world and social life, and compiled a set of unique teaching methods full of dialectics.
Lin Yaoji's teaching method is a treasure in the field of violin teaching in my country, and it is an excellent teaching method that has been proven in practice for more than half a century. Professor Lin Yaoji has made great contributions to my country's violin career moving to the international stage, and has also cultivated many world-renowned performers and educators for China. His students have won numerous awards in international violin competitions, with more than forty awards, including more than ten champion gold medals. As a result, Professor Lin Yaoji is called "Master of Mining" and "Professor of Champion" by his colleagues. He is highly praised by the international and domestic music circles, and is hailed as "the greatest violin educator of the 21st century." Professor Lin Yaoji's students are all over the world and teach , Served in top music schools and major symphony orchestras at home and abroad.
Professor Lin Yaoji said: "Standing outside the violin and watching the violin" The premise of being easy to understand and learn is to have a sense of experience and a sense of picture. Lin Yaoji's teaching method is good at drawing examples of wisdom from life to drive an understanding of the abstract music world.
After more than half a century of summarization and practice, Lin Yaoji's teaching method has achieved a mature and systematic construction in terms of theory and practice. From a technical point of view, there are corresponding formulas and training steps for each technical point involved in the violin. From the perspective of music training, Lin Yaoji's teaching method has also formulated a unique teaching concept that integrates psychology, philosophy and full of dialectics.
Lin Yaoji's teaching method focuses on the cultivation of perception ability and associative thinking. A large number of vivid examples and imaginative guidance in the lectures, teaching the piano but not the piano, make the boring learning process active. Studying hard in a relaxed state is the classroom atmosphere advocated by Lin Yaoji's teaching method.
Prepare the students for the Sibelius competition in Finland. Left students Situ Dahong, Lin Yaoji, Hu Kun, Jia Hongguang.