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Turning Point Ensemble (Vancouver) & Little Giant Chinese Chamber Orchestra (Taiwan)
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Vancouver, BC
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Turning Point Ensemble (Vancouver) & Little Giant Chinese Chamber Orchestra (Taiwan)
The first class large chamber ensembles in Canada and Taiwan come together in the collaboration between the Turning Point Ensemble and the Little Giant Chinese Chamber Orchestra. They will perform two different programs of inter-cultural works by Canadian, Taiwanese, and international composers. After the festival, the ensembles will meet again on the stage of Taiwans National Concert Hall in June 2018.

Repertoire
A Curious Passerby at Fus Funeral (2015)  Alexina Louie (Canada)

Dark Light (2016)  Ching-wen Chao (Taiwan),
for viola & ensemble, North American premiere

Ma Cao (2015)  Lan Tung (Canada/Taiwan),
featuring Lan Tung on vocal & erhu, Vancouver premiere,
for mixed ensemble of Chinese and western instruments

Eagle Flies to Mountain (2006)  John Oliver (Canada)
for mixed ensemble of Chinese and western instruments

Hummingbirds Lovers  Rita Ueda (Canada)
for mixed ensemble of Chinese and western instruments

Cello Concerto (2016)  Owen Underhill (Canada)
featuring Ariel Barnes

Small and Curious Places (2013)  Dorothy Chang (Canada)
for mixed ensemble of Chinese and western instruments

Phragmites Under the Sun (2018)  Chihchun Chi-sun Lee (Taiwan)
world premiere, for mixed ensemble of Chinese and western instruments

Clouds (2018)  Chih-Chen Wei (Taiwan), world premiere
for mixed ensemble of Chinese and western instruments

Wolkenzug (2018)  Chia-Lin Pan (Taiwan), world premiere
for sheng, zheng, ruan, pipa, clarine, trombone, violin, cello, percussion

The Layers  Ying Lee (Taiwan)
for dizi, yangqin, zheng, ruan, pipa, erhu

Turning Point Ensemble (Vancouver)  
The Turning Point Ensemble is a large chamber ensemble (16 instrumentalists and conductor) recognized for its outstanding musicianship. Founded in 2002 by its musician members, Turning Point has a mandate to increase the understanding and appreciation of music composed during the past hundred years, the ensemble has built a strong reputation for linking seminal 20th century repertoire to contemporary works through thoughtful programming and innovative presentations. Uniquely and flexibly sized between a small chamber ensemble and a symphonic orchestra, Turning Point Ensemble presentations offer a symphonic palette with a chamber music sensibility. Turning Point Ensemble has released four CDs with critical acclaim, including the nomination for Best Classical Recording at the Western Canadian Music Award. The ensemble has toured across Canada twice, most recently in the fall of 2015 with a program of Canadian women composers. In addition, TPE has toured within British Columbia, most recently in 2015 spring, and has been invited to perform in prestigious festivals and series including the PuSh International Performing Arts Festival, New Music Concerts Toronto, ecm+ Montreal, groundswell Winnipeg, New Music Edmonton, MusicFest Vancouver, Vancouver International Jazz Festival (upcoming), and the Modulus Festival.

Little Giant Chinese Chamber Orchestra (Taiwan)
The Little Giant Chinese Chamber Orchestra (gCO) was founded in 2000 by artistic director and conductor Chih-Sheng Chen. A strong musical force in Taiwan, it represents a new generation of Chinese orchestral music. The gCO breathes new life into an art form that holds ancient roots, and devotes itself to promoting Chinese music on the world stage. The gCO offers a full season of approximately thirty concerts a year at the prestigious National Concert Hall in Taiwan, presenting both the full orchestra of over one hundred musicians and smaller chamber ensembles throughout the year. The orchestra has presented large-scale interdisciplinary projects, combining theatre and multimedia with orchestral music. Its international appearances include multiple European (including the 2007 Flying Circus Festival in Germany), South Asian and China tours (including 2008 Hong Kong International Chinese Music Festival), and three Canadian tours (including 2010 & 2015 Edmonton Chinese Music Festival, 2014 Sound of Dragon Music Festival, and 2015 Vancouver Jazz Festival). In addition, the gCO presents over 60 educational performances every year, introducing thousands of young audience to Chinese music in every city in Taiwan, including small communities off the main island. The gCO has released three CDs and one DVD.

Location

Annex (View)
823 Seymour Street
Vancouver, BC V6B 3L4
Canada


Categories

Arts > Performance
Music > All Ages
Music > Classical
Music > Experimental
Music > Festivals
Music > Folk
Music > World
Other > Family-Friendly
Other > Festivals

Minimum Age: 3
Kid Friendly: Yes!
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

Contact

Owner: Sound of Dragon Society
On BPT Since: Mar 26, 2014
 
Sound of Dragon Society
7788817123
soundofdragon@gmail.com
soundofdragon.com
 


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