Guo Gan masterfully considers any repertory, band, concert hall and audience, without losing his Chinese musical roots. It is his way of faithfully remaining the teaching he received in his early youth, from his father, Guo Jun Ming (1940-2010), himself a legendary grand master of erhu, the traditional Chinese two strings violin.
Guo Gan graduated from the Shenyang Conservatory and won the first reward in the traditional music competition in 1991. Revealing his characterized elegance and virtuosity, Guo Gan worked around the world to popularize the erhu, and in 2001 he decided to live in Paris. He had the opportunity to play with prestigious artists such as Lang Lang, Didier Lockwood, Yvan Cassar. Gabriel Yared. Jean François Zygel…
In addition to his numerous public productions, he also composes music for films of which “L’idole”, “Le Premier Cri”, “Shao Lin”, “Himalaya” “Ao ” ….
We heard him with the Orchestra from Paris Opera, those of New York, Prague and China ; we have seen him at Carnegie Hall, in the Avery Fisher Hall, at the Lincoln Center in New York, at the Chicago Symphony Hall or in the Los Angeles Orange CountryHall and at the Victoria Concert. Guo Gan has also performed at the Hall of Geneva, at the Theatre of the Chatelet, at the Salle Gaveau, at the Palais des Congrès in Paris, at the Mogador Theatre, at the Guimet Museum, at the great hall of the UNESCO, at the Cité de la Musique in Paris, at the Opera House in Guangzhou, at the International Exhibition in Shanghai, at the Cannes Festival …

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Les Murmures de l’Orient (vol. II)