Understanding and Appreciating Chinese Music Through a Cultural and Aesthetic Perspective TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 2016 at 7:00 PM Music reflects the culture of an ethnicity. The music of China has thousands of years of history behind it, and in its modern form it influences the lives of a large part of the world’s people. Through recordings and discussion, Dr. Chan will help us appreciate and understand Chinese music and how it is affected by Chinese culture. He will also talkRead More
The Concord Band (65-member symphonic concert band based in Concord, MA) begins its 2016-17 season with its Fall Concert on Oct. 22, 2016, at 51 Walden (The Performing Arts Center in Concord, MA and the Band’s permanent home). Admission is free; donations are appreciated. Subscribe to the Band Blog to keep up to date on all the Band’s concerts and stories about the members and guest artists throughout the season.
51 Walden, Concord MA. Jordan Rich, guest narrator Tickets are $20 each, $10 for students and seniors. You can now purchase tickets online. They will also be available at the door. Program Of Sailors and Whales: Ishmael W. Francis McBeth A Movement for Rosa Mark Camphouse Dichotomy … Impressions of Kerouac Daniel P. Lutz Symphony No. 4: West Point Morton Gould A Lincoln Portrait Aaron Copland Jordan Rich, narrator
Date: March 1, 2015 Time: 4 p.m. Venue: MIT’s Kresge Auditorium John Harbison Darkbloom: Overture for an Imagined Opera Aaron Copland Appalachian Spring Benjamin Britten Spring Symphony Sarah Pelletier, soprano Krista River, mezzo-soprano Ray Bauwens, tenor Chorus pro Musica, Jamie Kirsch, Music Director Boston Children’s Chorus, Anthony Trecek-King, Artistic Director Benjamin Britten’s choral Spring Symphony celebrates the arrival of that season after the long English winter, through settings of lyric poems from Spenser to Auden for a splendid array of voicesRead More
This is the 19th Season of the orchestra Kresge Auditorium, MIT Campus (48 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, Massachusetts) Free admission (no ticket necessary) Program Smetana, The Moldau Liszt, Mazeppa Sibelius, Symphony No. 2 in D major
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Please come and join us for the 2014 summer percussion class! Drumming is human nature and instinct, which is also best to begin with when start learning music. The classes are designed for children and adults to learn the basic rhythm, body coordination, exercise, and concentration. By playing percussion, students will also learn the basic knowledge of music, such as reading music. 敲打是人類的天性與本能，打擊樂是接觸音樂最佳的開始，課程主要為訓練學生對節奏的敏銳度、視覺聽覺與肢體的配合與協調，並鍛鍊專注力。藉由打擊樂的演奏，灌輸基本的樂理知識，像是如何辨識音符的長短、讀譜與表情記號等。 兒童鼓樂初級班 Beginner Kids Percussion Class (3 to 6 students) Meet: Wednesdays and Fridays Time: 6:00 PMRead More
Event: Chinese Music Concert Title: Gathering of the Heroes Date: Saturday, June 7, 2014 Time: 8:00 pm Place: Jordan Hall, New England Conservatory, (30 Gainsborough Street, Boston, MA) Presented by GBCCA Youth & Chinese Music Ensembles www.ChineseMusicEnsemble.com http://necmusic.edu/greater-boston-chinese-cultural-association TICKETS: Sponsor $50; Regular $20; Student/Senior $15 <Please Contact Me For Tickets> Features Artists: Mr. Yazhi Guo (郭雅志), suona (former suona player of the Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra) Ms. Sara Tao He (何濤), erhu (former erhu player of the Hong Kong ChineseRead More