Dai Zhong Hui is Professor of Trumpet at the Central Conservatory of Music, Beijing, China and formerly the Principal Trumpet in the National Orchestra of China for more than ten years.
Over the last two decades, Professor Dai has done more for connecting Chinese trumpet players, teachers and students to the rest of the world than any other individual in his country. He has hosted many international trumpet conferences and competitions all over China, bringing many international guest artists to China for the first time. He has been an active member of the International Trumpet Guild, encouraging his many students to participate in ITG student competitions, and they have gone on to win many prizes. Prof. Dai's former students can be found as professionals throughout China and abroad.

Zhong Hui has been studied in the U.S International University and University of Southern California in the United States where he earned master degree and he was the first candidate for the Artist diploma program as wind instrument player at the school of music of University of Southern California he teachers include: Thomas Stevens, Boyde Hood, Charlie Shlueter and Rob Roy MacGregor.

Zhong Hui recorded several CDs for trumpet and piano and these have been heard in every corner of China and beyond. As a Conductor, Prof Dai has been invited to lead major orchestras in China, and is frequently invited to conduct in academic settings in the United States. He has been a clinician, and adjudicator at major competitions in Asia, Europe and the USA.