Master of Composition and Composition Technology Theory, Sichuan Conservatory of Music, Deputy Director of Composition Department, Professor, Master's Supervisor, Sichuan Conservatory of Music.
From 1998 to 1999, with the recommendation and support of the Board of Directors of the Asian Christian Higher Education Association, he went to the University of North Texas and the University of Maryland to study composing. During his stay in the United States, at the invitation of the American Association for the Exchange of Music and Art between East and West, he completed a new work, "Requiem: The Praise of Life - for the Cello and Symphony Orchestra." At the end of 1999, the American National Symphony Orchestra premiered at the Kennedy Center for Art in Washington. After the performance of the work, it was widely praised. The Washington Post and other news media interviewed him and praised the work as "an infectious Lyric poem, showing its own charm with moving and lively characteristics." At the same time, his works are also performed in Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Poland, the United States and other countries and regions. Hu Xiao created a wide range of music works, including orchestral, chamber music, solo and other forms.