CONCERT OF TAIWAN MUSIC,大潘、洪老師即將登陸!


CONCERT OF TAIWAN MUSIC
 

Thursday, April 26, 2007
7:30 PM, Common Room, Branford College, 74 High Street
New Haven, Connecticut, United States

Concert coordinated by:

Michael Friedmann (Yale University)
Hwang-long Pan (Taipei National University of the Arts)
Chung-kun Hung (Taipei National University of the Arts)

This concert presents works by Hwang-Long Pan (1945- ) and Chung-Kun Hung (1963- ), who represent two different generations of Taiwanese composers. The composers are also differentiated by virtue of their training: Pan was trained in Europe, Hung in the United States. The concert will present five of their compositions, which are deliberately chosen to show as wide as possible a spectrum of musical style among contemporary Taiwanese composers. The composers, who both teach at the Taiwan University of the Arts, will be in attendance, and Professor Hung will make special comments on the program.

This concert is part of the special events surrounding the international conference “Taiwan and Its Contexts” that will take place at Yale University from April 26-28, 2007.

For more information on the conference, please visit:  http://research.yale.edu/eastasianstudies/taiwanprogram.pdf

CONCERT PROGRAM

Hwang-long Pan : Formosa Landscape for Clarinet, Violoncello, and Piano
Mingzhe Wang, clarinet
Mihai Marica, cello
Wen-yin Chan, piano

Chung-kun Hung : Pensee II for Piano Solo
Chung-kun Hung, piano

Hwang-long Pan : Labyrinth – Promenade for Guzheng Solo
Shin-yi Yang, guzheng

Chung-kun Hung : Intermezzo for Piano Solo
Chung-kun Hung, piano

Hwang-long Pan: Cause & Effect for Voice, Flute, Clarinet, Percussion, Violin and Violoncello
Mellissa Hughes, soprano
Frances Elliott, flute
Mingzhe Wang, clarinet
Kevin Dufford, percussion
Yi-ting Chen, violin
Dmitri Atapine, cello
Conductor : Nicholas Chong

Sponsored by the Council on East Asian Studies at Yale University; Department of Foreign Languages, National Tsinghua University, Taiwan; Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations, Harvard University; and CCK Foundation Inter-University Center for Sinology, U.S.A.

 

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