Concert Highlights

SCO presents an annual concert featuring a different dialect to promote Chinese culture and heritage.

Tunes of Min Nan

2014 Concert Season

  • 29 Nov 2014 (Sat) 8pm
  • SCO Concert Hall
  • $70, $60, $45/$30*, $30/$20*
  • 2014 Concert Season

Concert Information

Tsung YehMusic Director

Nanyin: Wang Da Hao (dong xiao), Wang Yi Ming (vocal)
Gaojia Opera: Chen Jiang Feng (chou), Chen Juan Juan (dan)
Yajiao Drum (Foot Drum): You Yu Bin
Percussion: Hong Cheng Qing
Vocal: Huang Lien-Yu

Eight Steeds / Law Wai Lun
Moonlight Muse / (re-arranged by) Law Wai Lun
Thoughts in the Silent Night / (re-arranged by) Law Wai Lun
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Nanyin: Wang Da Hao (dong xiao), Wang Yi Ming (vocal)
Gaojia Opera: Chen Jiang Feng (chou), Chen Juan Juan (dan)
Yajiao Drum (Foot Drum): You Yu Bin
Percussion: Hong Cheng Qing
Vocal: Huang Lien-Yu

Eight Steeds / Law Wai Lun
Moonlight Muse / (re-arranged by) Law Wai Lun
Thoughts in the Silent Night / (re-arranged by) Law Wai Lun
Gaojia opera & orchestra: Guan Fu Song / (composed by) Chen Gen He, 
(re-arranged by) Sim Boon Yew 
Mirror of Fate (world premiere) / Simon Kong Su Leong
Symphonic Poem: Hong San See (world premiere) / Law Wai Lun

SCO presents an annual concert featuring a different dialect to promote Chinese culture and heritage. If you’re Hokkien, don’t miss this concert of great Min Nan tunes. Wang Da Hao, representing the “Intangible Heritage of Humanity” Nanyin, and his daughter Wang Yi Ming, also a Nanyin performer, will make their appearance in this concert. Dubbed “King of Nan Xiao”, Wang Da Hao is noted for his passionate playing style. Both father and daughter will perform renowned works like Moonlight Muse and Thoughts in the Silent Night. Renowned “chou” actor Chen Jiang Feng and “dan” actress Chen Juan Juan, will take centrestage with the SCO to perform a work for gaojia opera and orchestra: Guan Fu Song. Nanyin Yajiao drum (foot drum) artist from Quanzhou, You Yu Bin, will premiere the Mirror of Fate composed by Simon Kong. The concert’s finale, Symphonic Poem:Hong San See, a new composition by Law Wai Lun, will also be premiered at this concert. A top-notch act replete with Fujian flavor and rhymes, put it on your must-see list! 

Ticket prices:$70, $60, $45/$30*, $30/$20*
(Prices before SISTIC fee)
* Concession Price

* 28 Nov’s concert is a sponsored concert.

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