Li Guangming

Lecturer (Winter 2019)

Ethnomusicology


Chinese music history, theory, instruments, and performance

Ph.D., Music, University of California, Los Angeles; M.A., Music, Wesleyan University; B.A., Erhu, China Conservatory of Music (Beijing, China) 

Guangming Li has taught both undergraduate and graduate courses at the University of California, Los Angeles, University of Oklahoma, University of Pittsburgh, and the China Conservatory of Music.  His research works have appeared in academic publications such as Music in the Air, Selected Reports in Ethnomusicology, Music in China, WSESA Transactions on Signal Processing, Yinyue Yanjiu (“Music Research”), Zhongming Huanyu (Proceedings of the International Conference on the 30th Anniversary of Marquis Zeng Bell-Chime Excavation), and Zhongguo Yinyue (“Chinese Music”).  As a recording artist, he is credited in many film and television soundtracks including Spy Game, The Ramen Girl, Xena: Warrior Princess, and The Prince of Egypt.