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New Meetup: Music and Fun - Guzheng Recital at 35 Chinese Restaurant

From: Sue G.
Sent on: Thursday, February 25, 2010 2:27 PM
Announcing a new Meetup for The Triangle Area Chinese Culture and Language Meetup Group!

What: Music and Fun - Guzheng Recital at 35 Chinese Restaurant

When: Saturday, February 27,[masked]:30 AM

35 Chinese
1135 Kildaire Farm Rd
Cary, NC 27511

Sorry for the late notice, Jennifer Chang just reminded me her Recital is this Saturday 10:30am at 35 Chinese Restaurant. It's free to join, since it's so close you don't have to move your car, bring your laptop with you we will do another Chinese typing workshop after the recital at my conference room. I will schedule another meetup for the workshop.

Recital is free to attend, if you wish to stay for lunch you need to pay for the meal :-)

For those who don't know Jennifer Chang, here is her bio:

Jennifer Chang
As a Gu Zheng soloist and a master herself, Jennifer Chang is in demand around world as teacher and performer. In addition to her solo appearances in Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, she was a featured artist for the emperor of Japan and the former president Bill Clinton. Jennifer Chang studied with grand masters in China, obtaining master degrees in traditional Chinese music and Gu Zheng performance. In 2001 Jennifer Chang moved to the U.S., where she has been sharing her gift as an instructor and a performer. Since 2004, Ms. Chang has been collaborated with Raleigh Civic Symphony and Chamber Orchestra for several concert series including ? Voices of Asia and the Pacific?, ?Creatures ? Scenes & Fairytales?, ?Around the World?, ?China Dream ? Tradition & Technology?. During 2007 season, Ms. Chang featured as a soloist and performed a Chinese composer Zhanhao He?s ?Butterfly Lovers Concerto? with the North Carolina Symphony under the baton of Grant Llewellyn. The concert was named ?One of the season most enjoyable concert.? ??News & Observer? written by Roy C. Dicks. Jennifer was also the first to introduce Gu Zheng to the ballet world and she featured in ?Ballet Festival?, created by Robert Weiss, artistic director of Carolina Ballet in 2007.

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