Chinese Ensemble

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Chinese Ensemble Concert
Chinese Ensemble Concert
2019 November 23
1. Han Tian Lei (Thunders in the Drought) (Guangdong/Canton) Qiu Hechou
2. Yao Zu Wu Qu (Dance of the Yao People) (Yunnan) Liu Tieshan/Mao Yuan
3. Kuai Le de Luosuo (The Happy Luosuo) (Sichuan) Yang Yucheng
4. Xi Yi Ge (Laundry Song) (Tibet) Luo Nianyi
5. Tajik Wu Qu (Tajik Dance) (Xinjiang) Wang Huiran
6. Wu Ge Fang Yang (Wu Ge is Herding His Flocks) Shaanxi Folk Song
7. Hong Yan (Swan Geese) Inner Mongolian Folk Song
8. Sai Ma (Horse Racing) Huang Haihuai
9. Guest Artist Pieces (Not On Program)
10. Mo Li Hua (Jasmine Flower) Jiangsu Folk Song
11. Encore (Not On Program)
Chinese Ensemble
Chinese Ensemble
2019 April 26
1. Han Tian Lei (Thunder in the Drought) Qiu Hechou
2. Qing Mei Zhu Ma (Childhood) Lü Wencheng
3. Ping Hu Qiu Yu (Tranquil Lake under the Autumn Moon) Lü Wencheng
4. Zhi Chu Cai Hong Wan Li Chang (Weaving Rainbow) Yang Shaobin
5. Chun Jiao Shi Ma (Horse Riding in the Suburb in the… Chen Deju
6. Zhao Jun Chu Sai (Lady Zhaojun Departing for the Frontier) Traditional Guangdong Music
7. Yu Le Sheng Ping (Joyfuness) Qiu Hechou
8. Encore
9. Encore
Chinese Ensemble
Chinese Ensemble
2018 November 30
1. Shepherd Song Liping Wang
2. Hunting Tiger Up the Mountain Revolutionary Beijing Opera
3. Small Town Story Nu Zhuang/Qingxi Weng
4. Golden Flower Terrace Jay Chou
5. Sound of Laughter in the Vast Sea Jim Wong
6. Once Upon a Time in China Jim Wong
Chinese Ensemble
Chinese Ensemble
2018 April 27
1. The Menacing Tiger/Tiger Is Grinding ItsTeeth ZhishunAn
2. Red Flowers Blossom Shaan Xi Folk Song
3. Lady Zhaojun Departing for the Frontier Dehai Liu
4. Quarreling Ducks Zhishun An
5. Battle Steeds Galloping Ahead Yaoxing Chen
6. Jasmine Flower Jiangsu Folk Song
7. Deep Dark Night Traditional Beijing Opera Music
8. Encore Encore

Yuxin Mei, current conductor.

Founded in January 2016, The UNT Chinese Ensemble is the first Chinese ensemble established at a Texas university. Directed by renowned pipa soloist and traditional Chinese music director, Yuxin Mei, the ensemble uses Chinese instruments and plays in the traditional “Silk Bamboo” style. The UNT Chinese Ensemble was invited to perform for the Society for Ethnomusicology Southern Plains Conference in 2016. As the Special Performance Guest, they will perform at the Asian Festival in San Antonio, 2017 and will give a performance at the Houston Traditional Chinese Music Spring Concert in May, 2017. In summer 2017, the UNT Chinese Ensemble will perform at the Muse Festival both in Los Angeles and Beijing (invited by the China Conservatory).

Main Music Building Room 149
Murchison Performing Arts Center Annex
(940) 565 3780
415 Avenue C
Denton, TX 76201



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