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2012.1031

Youth Music makers from Shanghai, Hong Kong, Macao, and Taiwan Joint Broadcast Concert

Antonio Lucio Vivaldi’s best know work was the series of violin concertos known as The Four Seasons. But do you ever heard of the outstanding youth music makers from Shanghai, Taipei, Hong Kong, and Macao to perform the song together? “Youth Music Makers from Shanghai, Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan Joint Broadcast Concert” would be held on November 4th at NTNU Hall. Tens of youth music makers that had received the national or international music prizes from Shanghai, Taipei, Hong Kong, and Macao would perform together.

Since the first “Youth Music Makers from Shanghai, Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan Joint Broadcast Concert” was held in 2011 in Hong Kong, it had been continuously held at Macao and Shanghai. Many youth music makers performed the well-known classical music together. NTNU was the last stop of the concert.
NTNU had played an important role in music composing and development of performing arts for years. Since the College of Music was established in 2007, it had cultivated many outstanding performers in the world and had deeply affected the music creation and performing arts internationally and in China and Taiwan. NTNU hoped to provide a stage for the outstanding performers by cooperating with China Shanghai Conservatory of Music, The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, and Macao Youth Symphony Orchestra Association this time.
The repertoires included the “Divertimento” by Mozart, “The Four Season” by Vivaldi, and the “Op. 47” by Elgar. All the performers were under 18. The conductors were Professor Hsu Ching Hsin from NTNU Department of Music and Professor Wang Chia Yang from The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts.