Why is a musician’s music so sacred?
On Sunday, the musician Zhuangzi (陳九馬) took the stage at the Beijing Opera House.
Zhuangzu, known for her work on jazz and jazz fusion, has become a symbol of the diversity of Chinese culture.
In an interview with a Chinese newspaper, Zhuangzis words to the audience touched on topics including “the sacredness of life,” “a music that is as pure as a snowdrop,” and “why music is so important to us.”
Zhuangza’s music has been praised as being of the “sacredness of existence” and as “one of the most sacred musical instruments in the world.”
In his acceptance speech, Zhuzhi said, “I believe that all the people of China, as well as the whole world, are listening to music.
It is an art that is the most important thing.”
He said the “tongue and body are all connected to music, but that music is also the source of our life.”
Zhuzheng’s music, she said, is “the most sacred of musical instruments.”
Zhuangzi, who has a master’s degree in jazz music composition, has been performing in China since the 1980s.
In her early 20s, she began composing for the Beijing opera.
Zhuzhen’s music was featured on the opening of a new opera, “The Great Emperor,” and has been used in numerous international productions.
In 2016, the Beijing authorities released a compilation of the artist’s music titled “In the Great Emperor.”
The collection included works by Zhuangzhong and other Chinese artists.
ZhuZhi said in a speech at the ceremony that her music is the “source of our existence.”
She also spoke about the importance of music in her life and in her work.
“I believe in the divine harmony of all things,” Zhuzha told the audience, according to the Beijing Evening News.
“I feel that it is a miracle that music can make me alive.”