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Canjingjing Cui

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Born in China, professional vocalist Canjingjing Cui has been teaching voice to student from different cultures and backgrounds since 2011. She enjoys the journey of teaching music and witnessing the improvement of all the students. With fifteen years of professional vocal training from China and USA, Dr. Cui has experience with repertoire in languages such as Chinese, English, Italian, German, and French. The genres she teaches include opera, art song, musical theater, and folk song, while also being an expert in Chinese Ancient and Modern art songs.

Dr. Cui received her Doctoral of Musical Arts degree in Voice from the University of Georgia in 2021. She also holds Graduate Performance Diploma in Vocal Performance from the Peabody Conservatory, Master of Musical Arts in Vocal Performance and Bachelor of Arts in Music Education from Minzu University of China. Mentored and inspired by the extraordinary American singers, Ms. Elizabeth Futral, Ms. Phyllis Bryn-Julson, Dr. Stephanie Tingler, Dr. Nell Adams, and Professor Wuyuntaoli, she has completed ten solo recitals with high artistic sense and quality. Dr. Cui has won National Scholarship and multiple times of First Professional Scholarships from China for her excellence academical performance.

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Dr. Cui played opera roles such as Queen of The Night, The First Lady in Papageno! (An English Edition of The Magic Flute by Mozart) during her study at Peabody Conservatory. She was also the Zerbinetta (Ariadne auf Naxos by Strauss), Konstanze (Die Entführung aus dem Serail by Mozart) and Violetta (La Traviata by Verdi) in Opera Scenes at the University of Georgia. She also sang Nara, the diva of the Chinese Inner Mongolian ethical opera The Legend of Wood-sculpture. Dr. Cui was a finalist of the Audrey Rooney Vocal Competition 2019, and a Semi-Finalist of the 2019 Orpheus National Music Competition for Vocalists. Canjingjing Cui is also a Guzheng (Traditional Chinese Instrument) player for years.

As a voice teacher, Dr. Cui believes that inspiration, encouragement, patient, and creativity are the magical powers of teaching music. She would love to offer her years of singing and teaching experiences to all her students to develop healthy and intensive singing technique, prepare them for performances, competitions, college or higher level of singing art.