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From China’s acclaimed guzheng
musician, Chang Jing, comes a concert of ethereal beauty and radiant serenity. Moving beyond traditional Chinese melodies, Chang and her musician friends will captivate you with the modern sounds of guzheng
music that will touch your soul.
tutor to Thai royalty, dazzled the audience with her exquisite rendition of A Moonlit Night on the Spring River
at the opening ceremony of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games.
Chang is not only master of traditional repertoire, but has also penned new music for the guzheng
and released numerous albums. Over the years, she has broadened the appeal of guzheng
music by adding Western musical instrumentation and infused it with diverse genres such as jazz, blues and new age, bringing a new surge of energy to traditional Chinese music.
For this concert, in addition to introducing vocals, she will also be merging the sounds of piano
with the musical tapestry created by the guzheng
and traditional Chinese drums. Discover fresh interpretations of classic pieces like Dream of the Peony Pavilion
and The Butterfly Lovers
as they are given a contemporary touch, as well as original new age compositions such as Like Flowers and Space Time
. Come and be enthralled by the poetic soundscapes of Chang Jing’s guzheng
Date / Time
4 Feb 2011, Fri, 7.30pm
Esplanade Recital Studio
1hr 30mins, including 15min intermission
Post-Performance Autograph Signing Session
Limited concessions for students,
NSF & senior citizens: $21*
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