YEH Shu-Han (born on June 9, 1957) is an outstanding trumpeter and a conductor of wind ensembles. He has held the positions of principal trumpet of the United Symphony Orchestra (the predecessor of today’s National Symphony Orchestra) and the National Symphony Orchestra (1986-2005) and currently teaches trumpet in the Department of Music of National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU). In 1984, he graduated from the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris and received a First Prize diploma (“Premier Prix”) in trumpet with the honorary mention of “à l’unanimité du jury”. He returned to Taiwan and actively promoted wind music education, giving rise to four generations of disciples, including numerous outstanding domestic trumpeters under his guidance. To upgrade wind music education in Taiwan and expand new horizons, he devotes himself to promoting representative modern works of wind music. Moreover, he promotes international exchanges by inviting numerous international wind music masters to perform and lecture in Taiwan. He is also the first classical musician to release a trumpet album, in addition to leading his own brass quintet, hosting radio programs, and promoting classical music in schools and remote rural areas, greatly contributing to the education and development of wind music in Taiwan.