中央音乐学院作曲系学生。2009 年考入中国音乐学院附中学习作曲，师 从施万春教授。2012 年考入中央音乐学院作曲系，先后师从陈欣若、罗 新民教授，师从于郝维亚教授至今。主要作品有：室内乐《海妖》、《大 提琴狂想曲》、《匹诺曹》等。
Ms. Shengnan Cao is currently a senior student in Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing, China. In 2009, she was admitted to the Department of Composition in the high school division of China Conservatory of Music, in the studio of renowned Professor Mr. Wanchun Shi. From 2012, she has been studying with Dr. Weiya Hao in the undergraduate division of Central Conservatory of Music. Her main works include Chamber Music: Siren, First Wind Quintet, Brass Quintet“ Pinocchio”, Duet“ Rhapsody”, Piano tiro“ Rondo”, Art Song “Journey Of A Youth”, “Qingpingyue”, etc.
Nine-tailed Fox (2016)
Bamboo Flute, Pipa , Clarinet , Piano, Violin, Viola, Violoncello
《山海经》云：“青丘之山，有兽焉， 其状如狐而九尾。”被世人妖化的九尾狐 与看似大义凛然的道长，亦真亦假，亦正 亦邪。
This chamber music composition represents two images what Nine-tailed Fox and priest from Shanhaijing (Classic of Mountains and Seas), compiled from the Warring States period to the Western Han period (circa 4th to circa 1st century BC). In East Asian folklore, foxes are depicted as a familiar spirit possessed of magic powers. These foxes are depicted as mischievous, these fox spirits can usually shapeshift, often taking the form of beautiful young women who attempt to seduce men, whether for mere mischief or to consume their bodies or spirits. However, the fox spirits is not necessarily evil, the priest not likely a good. Good and bad alike are both part of a whole, and we have to embrace that whole to reach the complete existence we long for.