In order to broaden academic horizon, strengthen specialized teaching, the school of music attaches great importance to international communication and cooperation. It has invited foreign experts and scholars to teach and deliver lectures to students and teachers.
Since 1990s, the school has built deep friendship with Japanese Teachers’ Choir, Japanese Red Dragonfly Ensemble, artists of Osaka and etc.
In 2004, Professor Su Chunmin, Wu Hongfei, and associate-professor Yu Fei, paid a visit to Russian National Art University. At the same year, U.S. domestic Dr. Zhong Mei and well-known Japanese player were invited to school and give academic lecture.
The Youth Chorus of American Bauer University came to conduct arts exchange with the school in 2005, whilst, American Red Rose Chorus of more than 70 members provided exchange performance in the school.
In 2006, the school invited Ken Nick, who is a professor of Canadian Brandon University to meet our teaching faculties and students.
In September 2007, with honored to be invited, Professor Su Chunmin took part in the performance of Concert on Celebrating 10th Anniversary of Hong Kong’ Return.
In 2009, the Foreign Affair Office set a bridge between the school and American Towson University. The famous violinist, Professor Jeffrey Howard gave lecture to our students.
Three professors of Su Chunmin, Liu Dawei and Xia Meijun received an invitation to participate in 29th ISME world conference.
In November 2010, as a co-sponsor, the school took part in “flow” and “shift”: Explanation of Local Musical Resources under the Global Perspective - Ethnomusicology Forum in Mainland, Taiwan and Hong Kong. Papers by Su Chunmin, Liu Dawei and Xia Meijun were presented in the forum and have been unanimously acknowledged and highly appreciated.