Meet Ye Yinhao, a Dizi teacher who is dedicated to helping each and every one of his students reach their full potential. He is patient and always willing to go the extra mile to ensure that his students understand and grasp the material. He is also an enthusiastic teacher who brings energy to each and every lesson, making learning fun and enjoyable. With his meticulous approach, Yinhao makes sure that no detail is left out and that each student’s needs are met. He is also able to tailor his approach and teaching style to fit the needs of each of his students. Plus, he is bilingual, able to conduct lessons in both English and Mandarin, making him a perfect fit for students who want to learn with either language. So, whether you’re looking to pick up a new hobby or become a full fledged musician, Ye Yinhao is the teacher for you!
Ye Yinhao is a Dizi and Xiao musician with a passion for Chinese orchestral music. Yinhao’s musical journey began at the young age of thirteen when he entered Dunman High School, during which he studied under renowned musicians in China, including Mr. Wang Jianxin, Associate Professor of the Tianjin Conservatory of Music, and Mr. Ding Huaicheng, renowned woodwind performance lecturer in the Central Conservatory of Music. Afterwards, Yinhao also studied under Mr. Li Chongwang, Class One composer in China, and Mr. Tay Soon Li, Concert Master and dizi soloist of the City Chinese Orchestra. He also received guidance from many esteemed performers, including but not limited to Mr. Zhan Yong Ming, Mr. Yu Xun Fa, Mr. Jiang Guo Ji, and Mr. Qu Xiang.
In 2002, Yinhao enlisted for Military Service and subsequently joined the Singapore Armed Forces Music and Drama Company, where he served as a Dizi player and frequently performed as a soloist.
In addition to his impressive performance career, Yinhao is also a dedicated and passionate instructor. He’s taught at various schools and community centres since 2004 and has even been invited as an instructor to the All-East-Malaysian Chinese Music Camp in 2006. He’s also given talks and workshops on Dizi and Xiao, as well as various aspects of Chinese orchestral music. Some of the institutions he’s taught at include the Eastman School of Music in New York, Parkland Elementary School in New York, Anglo-Chinese School (Barker Road), and Holy Innocents’ Primary School among many others.
As Yinhao’s teaching style is not restricted to any certain method, he can ensure maximum efficiency for his students. His students have gone on to win orchestral and individual performance awards from the Ministry of Education and the National Arts’ Council, Singapore, a testament to his teaching skills. If you’re looking for a talented musician and dedicated instructor, look no further than Yinhao!
Ye Yinhao is a founding member of the Rochester Chinese Music Ensemble, and a member of the DiCapella Dizi Ensemble. He was also a member of the Toronto Chinese Orchestra. On top of that, he was also a musician with the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts City Chinese Orchestra, and the Singapore Armed Forces Music and Drama Company Chinese Orchestra. He has also performed with a variety of other orchestras, including the Edmonton Chinese Philharmonia, Little Giants Chinese Orchestra, and Taoyuan Chinese Orchestra.
He was also awarded second place in the Dizi Solo Category of the Singapore National Chinese Music Competition in 2000 and 2002, and first place in the National Chinese Music Competition – Ensemble (Open Category) in both 1998 and 2000.