UM PhD student and RC Guest-Fellow Sheng Mei Participated in a Performance to Celebrate the 20th Anniversary of Macao’s Return to the Motherland
Ms. Sheng Mei, a PhD candidate of Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Macau and guest fellow of Cheong Kun Lun College, was invited to participate in the celebration show “Passion of Macao, Heart of China – Variety of Show in celebration of the 20th Anniversary of Macao’s Return to the Motherland”. Sheng Mei was one of the three leading singers to lead the chorus “Brave the Waves and Set Off”. The performing scene was magnificent with over 200 hundred singers in the chorus. The song expressed the beautiful vision of people from greater China including Macao to join hand in hand and look into the future together. Sheng Mei’s singing, with an elegant, clear and intimate style, left a deep impression on the audience. Sheng Mei is an outstanding national vocal musician, who had studied for her Master’s degree with Professor Jin Tielin, a famous vocal educator in China and honorary dean of the China Music Conservatory. She is associate professor of vocal music at Jilin University in the Mainland. She has won multiple gold awards in various singing contests across the country, and has successfully held solo concerts in Beijing, Guangzhou, Zhuhai and other places. She has also traveled to France, the United States, the United Kingdom and Singapore to perform or serve as an international vocal contest judge. Sheng Mei is a guest fellow of Cheong Kun Lun College, at which she has given several music lectures and provided guidance to students on how to develop a good voice and to sing songs well. Her lectures and supervision were well received by students and audiences from different departments.