Luo Ning

Luo Ning was born in a family of music in China and grew up in the multiracial province Xinjiang with much ethnic customs. In the year when Luo Ning was 4 years old, his father discovered Luo Ning’s talents in music and become the piano abecedarian of Luo Ning. That is how Luo Ning started his journey of music.
He is now one of the most excellent pianists of JAZZ in Beijing. He has his own unique understanding and expression on JAZZ piano and classical music, and he is famous for his consummate playing skill and ebullience and enthusiasm. Since 1998, Luo Ning has frequently played in domestic and international stage of JAZZ, classical, popular or folk music, and he ever worked with JAZZ musician Kenny Garrett, Jens Winther and so on.
Dating back to 1976, the young Luo Ning received the guidance by Chen Taojin from Hong Kong, who is also a returning overseas Chinese pianist, and he learned music theory, theory and phonics from Professor Ma Hui and associate Professor Wang Qingsheng in Xinjiang Arts College. During that time, he was exempted in the course of solfeggio for his excellent aural comprehension. After that, he learned romantic piano from Steven Reeze, the pianist teacher of British Royal Institute of Music. In 1991, Luo Ning passed the entrance exam and entered Art Troupe Of Xinjiang military area as the piano player of the band of the troupe. He came to Beijing at the end of 1996.
It is in an accidental chance that Luo Ning was acquainted with the Saxohone educator and player Lu Tingquan and cognized JAZZ music under his guidance. Within that period, Luo Ning was learning and practicing JAZZ music in Lu Tingquan’s JAZZ band. During the time, he participated in many big shows.

In 1997, he attended the first JAZZ concert hold by the China National Song and Dance Ensemble in Beijing Concert Hall and was crowned with complete success
In 1999, he was invited to attend the Opening Show of the 6th International JAZZ concert in Beijing.
In April of 2001, he joined Liu Yuan JAZZ band
In 2001, he was again invited to attend the 8th International JAZZ concert in Beijing.
In 2002, Luo Ning was employed as the piano lecturer of People’s Liberation Army Academy of Arts and Modern Music College.
In 2005, Luo Ning held his own special JAZZ concert show successfully in Beijing.
In 2006, Luo Ning exchanged music with the world famous JAZZ musician Kernny Garrett on the stage . and assumed the spokesman and Ambassador of the Japanese “Luo Lan” synthesizer brand in the same year.
In 2008, Luo Ning was invited by the Organizing Committee of Olympic Games to perform the 11th JAZZ and classical music and gained unanimous praise by friends domestic and abroad.
In 2009, Luo Ning set up his own band “Luo Ning JAZZ Trio”.
In April 2010, Luo Ning studied at Cuba Arts University.
In 2010, Luo Ning participated in transcribing 4 periods of CCTV Music channel “2008 Summer Music Week-experiencing JAZZ” Program.
Studied in Cuba in August, 2010, Luo Ning learnt from well-known Latin jazz pianist Bellita and percussionist Emilio del Monte. During the time in Cuba, he also learned from eight-time Grammy Award-winner Latin jazz piano master Chucho Valdes, and had a session learning from 2009 Grammy winner Roberto Fonseca.
Albums recorded by China Drummer Federation in December 2011.
Luo Ning Jazz Piano Recital in Chongqing in August, 2012.
Luo Ning’s solo album “Jazz in China-Unknown Journey” in June 2012.
Luo Ning Latin Jazz Piano Recital in Xinjiang in September 2012. Meanwhile, he has been invited as a visiting professor by Xinjiang Education Institution.
During the Changsha International Jazz Week in October 2012, Luo Ning holding Latin Jazz Session “Cuba in the Mist”.
Luo Ning performing abroad in the U.S.A., Australia, and Turkey and so on.
2012 December the Best China Jazz Album of the Year.

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