Beijing Midi School of Music

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The Beijing Midi School of Music (北京迷笛音乐学校; pinyin: Běijīng Mídí Yīnyuè Xuéxiào) is a music school in Beijing, China, established in 1993. It is the first music school in China whose curriculum focuses on such modern musical genres as rock, jazz, blues, pop, Latin, country, funk, and fusion.

The school's mission is "to promote an artistic and humanistic theory of modern music while offering students classes is advanced musical techniques."

The school sponsors the popular annual Midi Music Festival, which was first held in May 2000 in Beijing,[1] Midi Music Awards and the Beijing Jazz Festival.

The School's Dean is Zhang Fan.

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  1. ^ Dan Shapiro (30 April 2010). "Melody mania at Beijing's MIDI and Modern Sky festivals". CNN. 

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