Experience the Instrumental Music of China with Canada’s Prestigious Yellow River Ensemble: September 22nd, Wednesday @ 7:30 p.m.

September 14, 2010 at 5:08 pm Leave a comment

Listen to the Yellow River Ensemble.

The Yellow River Ensemble, under the direction of Kim Morris-Chow, is one of Canada’s most renowned performers of  traditional and contemporary Chinese instrumental music. The group’s membership includes highly accomplished professionals from the faculties of York University and the University of Toronto, virtuoso soloists, and premier members of the highly esteemed Toronto Chinese Orchestra. In addition to their national appearances, they have toured internationally as well, traveling to the United States, Great Britain, Poland, Hong Kong, Singapore, and China. They have performed for high government officials and have been featured numerous times on China’s national network CCTV. In addition to Dr. Chow-Morris, the distinguished membership of the Yellow River Ensemble includes Jaro Dabrowski, Patty Chan, and Miriam Sue. They will entertain you to the ethnic sounds of the dizi, xiao, zhongruan, hulusi, gaouhu, erhuguzhena, and various percussion instruments.

As director of the ensemble, Dr. Kim Chow-Morris lends her extensive scholarly background and performance expertise to the group’s development. A well-established virtuoso in her own right, she has been a steady performer on both Western and Chinese flutes (dizi and xiao) for over 20 years and is currently honored as Canada’s top Chinese musician. She holds a PhD in ethnomusicology as a Chinese instrumental music specialist and ultimately established Chinese music programs at both York University and the University of Toronto. She has studied traditional Chinese music with some of the most highly respected masters and has received numerous grants and awards for her work. In addition to her membership with the Toronto Chinese Orchestra, she has performed around the globe with some of the world’s most renowned Chinese and Canadian-Chinese virtuosos. She has also been invited to play for top Canadian and Chinese government officials, appeared on television, and been featured in magazines. Wednesday evening’s performance by the Yellow River Ensemble presents a special opportunity indeed for Boston area residents to experience top quality Chinese instrumental chamber music.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Event Details:

When: September 22nd, Wednesday @ 7:30 p.m.

Where: Wheaton College (Mary Lyon Hall’s Woolley Room)

Admission: Free

More Info: 508-286-3644 (Betsy Cronin)

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