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Xiamen Philharmonic Orchestra

 

From the “music isle of the Orient” comes one of the world’s most dynamic and prestigious orchestras, on a mission to bring classical music to the world.

With a unique repertoire that marries the Chinese aesthete with western compositional techniques, this acclaimed, vibrant and accomplished orchestra has given more than 1300 performances in 80 cities throughout China and abroad. It prides itself on beating the classical music drum, particularly for the ears of younger generations.

Award winning chief conductor Renchang Fu studied extensively in Shanghai and Germany. He brings his carefully cultivated sensitivities to the orchestra’s fore and
to its interpretations of the beloved music of China and Taiwan.

This is a rare and wonderful opportunity to experience one of China’s favourite orchestras. Children especially welcome.

Book tickets to the Launceston performance here.

Book tickets to the Hobart performance here.

 

PROGRAM

Wang ning The Eighth Symphony Tan Kah Kee
Bao Yuankai Sketches of Taiwan
Sunrise on Jade Mountain
Ilan Children’s Ditty      
Lugang Temple Gathering   
The Bell of Lungshun Temple 
Dabong Festival

 

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TICKETS

Full $30
Concession $20
Child $10

Only through the TSO Box Office
online at tso.com.au or over the phone on 1800 001 190

DURATION

2hrs including interval

DATES

Launceston

Albert Hall

WHEELCHAIR
Thu 23 Mar 2017, 7.30pm

Hobart

Federation Concert Hall

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Sat 25 Mar 2017, 7.30pm
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From the “music isle of the Orient” comes one of the world’s most dynamic and prestigious orchestras, on a mission to bring classical music to the world.

With a unique repertoire that marries the Chinese aesthete with western compositional techniques, this acclaimed, vibrant and accomplished orchestra has given more than 1300 performances in 80 cities throughout China and abroad. It prides itself on beating the classical music drum, particularly for the ears of younger generations.

Award winning chief conductor Renchang Fu studied extensively in Shanghai and Germany. He brings his carefully cultivated sensitivities to the orchestra’s fore and
to its interpretations of the beloved music of China and Taiwan.

This is a rare and wonderful opportunity to experience one of China’s favourite orchestras. Children especially welcome.

Book tickets to the Launceston performance here.

Book tickets to the Hobart performance here.

 

PROGRAM

Wang ning The Eighth Symphony Tan Kah Kee
Bao Yuankai Sketches of Taiwan
Sunrise on Jade Mountain
Ilan Children’s Ditty      
Lugang Temple Gathering   
The Bell of Lungshun Temple 
Dabong Festival

 

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