Chinese New Year Concert
Dane Lam - Conductor
Li-Wei Qin - Cello
Harmonnia Junus - Violin
Li - Spring Festival Overture
Strauss - Overture from Die Fledermaus
Traditional Arr. Wang - The Brilliant Red Shandandan Flowers
Long - The Rhyme of Taigu
Tchaikovsky - Variations on a Rococo Theme Op. 33
Borodin - In the Steppes of Central Asia
Liu Arr. Mao - Dance of the Yao Tribe
Chen - Selections from The Butterfly Lovers
Saint-Saëns - Finale from Symphony No.3 in C minor Op.78, 'Organ'
Celebrate the Year of the Pig with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra at this family event that draws on both the old and new, from China and the West. Led by Chinese-Australian conductor, Dane Lam, the concert features the remarkable Australian-Chinese Cellist, Li-Wei Qin playing Tchaikovsky’s Rococo Variations and emerging violinist Harmonnia Junus playing the Butterfly Lovers Concerto for violin by He Zhanhao and Chen Gang
ADELAIDE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA AND ADELAIDE FESTIVAL CENTRE PRESENT
Led by Chinese-Australian conductor, Dane Lam, Principal Conductor of China’s Xi’an Symphony Orchestra, the concert features the remarkable Australian-Chinese Cellist, Li-Wei Qin, described by Gramophone Magazine as “a superbly stylish, raptly intuitive performer.
Delight in the beautiful melding of cultural traditions as we continue the tradition of a symphonic tribute to the Chinese New Year here in Adelaide.
"Three generations were so very grateful for the Chinese New Year ‘proms’ you delivered on Sunday afternoon. The music and programming were tremendous for their diversity as well as brilliant execution. Your shared vision and endeavour are of great service to our State, its sense of community and prosperity."
- Audience comment
“我们全家三代人非常感谢你们在周日下午举办的中国新春音乐会。 节目内容丰富多样，演出过程精彩至极。 你们的理念和努力为社区繁荣做出了巨大贡献。”
Come and try the Free Kids Corner Cultural Workshops, including calligraphy writing, mask painting, music and stories in the Festival Theatre Foyer as part of the Adelaide Festival Centre’s Something On Saturday
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- Sun 10 Feb, 2019 5:00pm
- Concession $98.00 Pensioner, Student, Unemployed
- Family $284.00 2 x Adult and 2 x Children
- Concession $78.00 Pensioner, Student, Unemployed
- 30 and under $50.00
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