Zhu Yidong | Vocal Music Teacher

Zhu Yidong graduated from the Music Department of Nanjing Normal University and was taught by Ding Chunquan. Duringthe period of university, he was directed by Huang Youkui and Zhou Xiaoyan, twovocal music educators.He held a solo concert in the Music Department of NanjingNormal University before graduation. In 2012, he was transferred to SuzhouUniversity of Science and Technology to work for public art education.


Zhu Yidong was employed by School of Musicof Nanjing Normal University Taizhou College where he served as a vocal musicteacher and School of Music of HuaiyinNormal College where he served as apart-time vocal music professor. He has acquired sufficient experience of vocal teaching and singing from the teaching practice of vocal music and performance.He was invited by School of Music of Nanjing Normal University as the visiting professor and held a special lecture. In 2013, Zhu Yidong was invited by Xiamen Philharmonic Orchestra to cooperate with Zheng Xiaoying, a well-known conductor where they performed Mahler’s major symphonic music Earth Melody. Since 2015, Zhu Yidong has held three solo concertsand was highly praised.


Zhu Yidong has accumulated many vocal works of different languages through the years of performance and teaching practice,many of which are difficult tenor aria and Chinese art songs. He is a member of Jiangsu Branch of Chinese Musicians Association, of Nanjing Musicians Council,of Nanjing Dancers Association and a member of Nanjing Film and Television Association. He is often invited to the judge and as an art director to manyprovincial competitions.


Zhu Yidong onceserved as the Deputy Head of Art Troupe of the Political Department of the Armed Police in Jiangsu Province and won many awards in provincial and municipal singing competitions. In 1990, he won the first prize of the National People’s Armed Police Vocal Music Competition, awarded one “third class”. ZhuYidong served as the art director and production manager of Nanjing TV afterbeing transferred to civilian work. He designed, organized and directed morethan 200 art variety shows and won many senior awards of television in thenational, provincial and municipal levels.