Jing Huan, a native of China,has been the conducting assistant of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and May Festival since September 2011where she serves also as the assistant conductor of Cincinnati Symphony Youth Orchestra and the Principal Guest Conductor of the Artaria Chamber Orchestra.
During the summer of 2012, Huan was one of the top two prizewinners at the first Li Delun National Conducting Competition in Qingdao, China. This prestigious competition’s jury was chaired by Gennady Rozhdestvensky and was covered by Gramophone Magazine, UK. Later that summer, Huan outstanding worked with the Campos do Jordao International Festival in Sao Paulo, Brazil which led to an invitation to serve as Assistant Conductor of the Sao Paulo State Symphony starting in February 2013.
As an opera conductor, Huan conducted Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro in collaboration with the CCM Concert Orchestra and CCM Opera Production. The same year, she served as assistant conductor and directed rehearsals of Puccini’s Turandot. She also had an opportunity to conduct Stravinsky’s opera The Rake’s Progress.
Huan’s experiences have taken her worldwide. She has collaborated with the Croatian Radio Television Symphony Orchestra and Podlasie Opera and Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra. During the summer of 2010 and 2011, she wasassistant Conductor of the CCM Spoleto Festival in Italy.
In 2011, Huan received several recognitions for her achievements, including commendations from the FifthWitold Lutos？awski International Competition for Young Conductors, the Fifth Lovro von Matac？ic？ International Competition of Young Conductors, and the First Hong Kong International Conducting Competition of Chinese Music.
Jing Huan has been Resident Conductor of the Guangzhou Symphony Orchestra since September 2013. In December 2013, she gave her successful debut with the Guangzhou Symphony Orchestra collaborating with violinist Maxim Vengerov in Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto in D Major. Jing Huan becomes the Music Director of the Guangzhou Youth Orchestra from 2014.
指 挥：景 焕Jing Huan, conductor
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 4th Movement from Symphony No.35 in D Major
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 1st Movement from Symphony No.40 in g minor
Ludwig van Beethoven Overture to Egmont
Franz Joseph Haydn 2nd Movement from Symphony No.94 in G Major
Franz Joseph Haydn 6th Movement from Symphony No.60 in C Major
Franz Joseph Haydn 4th Movement from Symphony No.45 in f-sharp minor
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Franz Schubert 1st Movement from Symphony No.8 in b minor
Carl Maria von Weber Overture to Der Freischütz
Johannes Brahms 4th Movement from Symphony No.1in c minor
Johannes Brahms Excerpts from Piano Quartet No. 1 in g minor