Voice

Stephanie Xiang

CHINA

Stephanie Xiang is a lecturer of Shanghai Normal University. She graduated from Minzu University of China where she majored in music performance. She is now a vocal coach, member of MSSVOCAL global vocal training alliance founded by Dr. Yang Guoying in February 2018 in Shanghai.

MSSVOCAL is composed of voice coaches, vocal teachers and scientific researchers from the founders of various voice training systems at home and abroad or senior voice coaches, scientific research institutions, hospitals, colleges and universities. Its purpose is to follow dialectical materialism, advocate natural science, and give consideration to art aesthetics, Adhere to the attitude of seeking truth from facts, conscientiously implement the policy of “a hundred flowers bloom, a hundred schools of thought contend”, fully carry forward academic democracy, carry out academic free discussion, unite the vast number of vocal music and scientific research workers at home and abroad, and make contributions to the prosperity and development of vocal music science in China




MSSVOCAL International Training Organization Introduction
MSS in MSSVOCAL means Music Science and Share. It is composed of vocal coaches, music teachers and
 scientific researchers from various vocal training systems in China and abroad. There are Music Committee, 
Science Committee and Public Welfare Sharing Committee. The alliance will focus on music and science,
 and expect to expand its influence. In order to explore the new social functions of the alliance, we will
 strengthen the combination of vocal teaching and scientific research, and carry out social services such as
 public welfare.

<< I'm very lucky to participate in Human Signs to express my inner thoughts with voice. In the process of trying, while listening to the original recording, I sang the grassland pastoral song. When singing, I didn't expect that I was lack of concentration and would be disturbed for many times, which made the melody of the first half of my singing intermittent. So I decided to eliminate the interference and spontaneously sang the Buddhist Heart Sutra. Although it was affected many times in the middle, I still insisted on it. And finally back to the tune I started singing. In this process, I realized that it is so difficult to stick to what I think and jump out of the original inertia, but it is so valuable. I hope that I won’t be afraid of difficulties on the road of pursuing art, adhere to myself and constantly surpass myself.>>

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