Li Jie (guitar player)

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Li Jie
Born 1981 (age 33–34)
People's Republic of China
Genres Classical
Occupation(s) Guitarist
Instruments Guitar
Years active fl. ca. 2000 -present
Labels Shine Horn, Alma Guitar
Associated acts Four Angels Quartet
Website Profile on Alma Guitar
Notable instruments
Alma Guitar
Mario Gropp Guitar
This is a Chinese name; the family name is Li.

Li Jie (Chinese: ; pinyin: Lǐ Jié; born 1981) is a Chinese classical guitar virtuosa.


She began studying the classical guitar at the age of 11 (Chinese age) under Professor Chen Zhi (陳志). One year later, she appeared as a performer on the television program "Classical Guitar's Technique and Performance" of China's official national television station CCTV. In 1995, she enrolled into the Middle School (high school) of the prestigious Central Conservatory of Music (CCM) in China. In 2000, she was admitted to the CCM.

Li Jie won the 2nd International Guitar Competition in Hong Kong in August 1998.

Li Jie was among the group of three girls, consisting of Li Jie, Wang Yameng, and Chen Shanshan, named "God's Favored Girls - Super Trio". Their consummate skills and enthusiastic style were warmly welcomed at Beijing Music Hall and other concerts all over China.

She has also performed in a quartet formation (Four Angels) with Wang Yameng, Su Meng, and Chen Shanshan.

Videos of Li Jie's impressive performances of highly difficult classical and contemporary pieces from the VCD Classical Guitar Masterpieces can be found on



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