Genghis Khan - Taiwan International Festival of Arts 2015

2015-04-03 19:30 - 21:10

Genghis Khan - Taiwan International Festival of Arts 2015

When: 3 Apr 2015 Fri 19:30
Where: National Theater Concert Hall - Concert Hall

Genghis Khan

Genghis Khan


Mongolian Legendary Hero Represented by Epic Music
Legendary Genghis Khan, with his political strategies, brought the disintegration in Mongolia to an end. Inspired by this grandiose history, Dr. Tang Jian-ping, the first music talent trained entirely in China to receive a doctorate degree in composition, creates a symphonic portrayal full of Mongolian flavors, Genghis Khan, in 2007. Employing a complicated but sophisticated musical structure and authentic musical techniques from the Mongolian ethnic music, Tang presents the unique lifestyle of Mongolians in the prairie and dessert, where the people live in harmony with the Nature.

Featuring a cast of 200 people, including a chorus singing the Mongolian hoomii, chor, urtiin duu (long song), and uligert duu (short song), ensembles playing sihu and morin-khuurs (Mongolian horsehead fiddles), as well as members from National Chinese Orchestra Taiwan, Taipei Philharmonic Chorus and Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra, Genghis Khan promises a soundscape that is an impressive panorama and unfolds rhapsodically with all the expansiveness of the Mongolian grassland.


Yan Hui-chang
Conductor Yan Hui-chang, Music Director of National Chinese Orchestra Taiwan, involves in the conducting of both Chinese and western music. Yan has won the acclaim of the music circles in China and abroad for his artistic and conducting talents, and has been listed in The Famous Figures of the Contemporary Arts Circles in China.


Tang Jian-ping
Composer Tang Jian-ping is one of the most famous composers in contemporary China, and has created many works since the 1990s, including Chun Qiu (pipa concerto), Sacred Fire 2008 (percussion concerto) and so forth. He has also won numerous awards for his compositions and contributions to music.


Production: National Chinese Orchestra Taiwan x Taipei Philharmonic Chorus x Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra


Tips: Approx. 100 minutes with an intermission. Pre-talk: 30 minutes before every performance at the Lobby of National Concert Hall. Performed in Chinese and Mongolian with Chinese surtitles.


Price: NT$ 500/700/900/1200/1600
Tel: 886-2-33939888
Add: 21-1 Chung-Shan S. Road, Taipei, Taiwan
Official Website: National Chinese Orchestra Taiwan


*Information provided by National Theater Concert Hall

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