China National Symphony Orchestra Chuanyun Li Tickets
MaGet ready for the China National Symphony Orchestra’s brand new show where one of the most popular Chinese violinist; Li Chuan Yun will showcase his rich talent. Purchase China National Symphony Orchestra Chuanyun Li tickets in time to become a part of a night full of symphonic elegance. The China National Symphony Orchestra is one of the most popular local orchestras based in China. It was established in 1956 by the famous conductor Li Delun who named it The Central Philharmonic Orchestra. During its reconstruction in the year 1996, the name of the organization was changed to the China National Symphony Orchestra. The orchestra’s current music director is Xia Guan with En Shao as the principal and artistic conductor.
Buy China National Symphony Orchestra Chuanyun Li Tickets
China National Symphony Orchestra Chuanyun Li
The debut show organized by this orchestral organization was held to celebrate the two hundredth anniversary of Mozart’s birth. The show was held in Beijing and was a local success. Throughout the orchestra’s fifty five years of existence, famous artistic and compositional contributions have been provided by Zhongjie Han and Delun Li which has led to the orchestra’s collaboration with some of the most talented conductors such as David Zinman, E. Ormandy Eugene, Daniel Harding, Osmo Antero Vanska, Muhai Tang and Zuohuang Chen.
The orchestra has also held shows with guest instrumentalists such as Lang Lang, Isaac Stern, Yehudi Menuhin, Yoyo Ma, Yujia Wang, Martha Argerich, Albrecht Mayer and Yundi Li. This time the China National Symphony Orchestra is collaborating with Li Chuan Yun, to present a spell binding violin performance. Touring across countries such as South America, Asia, Europe and North America, the organization has played classic western music as well as contemporary Chinese classical works. Some of their most famous performances include playing classics of Mahler, Beethoven, Tchaikovsky, Brahms, Pendericki, Richard Strauss, Puccini and Xinghai Xian.
Two of their most respected Chinese compositions include the Yellow River Piano Concerto and the Yellow River Cantata. The China National Symphony Orchestra has played at numerous prestigious and honorary diplomatic occasions such as its performance for Paramount Leader of the Chinese people Jintao Hu, Medvedev the Russian president, Joe Biden the United States vice president, and Jinping Xi the Chinese vice president. The orchestra has also performed at the Boao Forum for Asia Annual Conference and also at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the year 2011, where numerous diplomats and ambassadors were present.
Classical music lovers will be pleased to know that this orchestra is now presenting the China National Symphony Orchestra Chuanyun Li show where audiences will be able to witness the fine dexterity, the accuracy and the soulfulness of this great musician. Born in the year 1980, the violinist’s real name is Babeli, but is more popularly known as Li Chuan Yun. Li started learning how to play the violin from the naïve age of three. Now in his thirties, Li has become one of the most respected musicians in this world.
Li’s technique has made him one of the most skilled young violinists, often compared to the legendary Itzhak Perlman. With a wondrous bow arm posture, Li’s fingers and arms are said to move as fast as lightning. Li doesn’t only stick to the formidable technique, but believes in taking chances and bringing something new and unique to the stage. Some of his most popular performances include Franz Waxman’s “Carmen Fantasy”, Liszt’s “Consolation”, Bazzini’s “Dance of the Goblins”, Grigoras Dinicu’s “Hora Staccato”, Gershwin’s “Porgy and Bess” and Prokofiev Sonata in D Major. The violinist has also provided his talent for the feature film presentation “Together” in which his solos can be heard. Listen to some of these magnificent hits at the upcoming presentation simply by getting your hands on cheap China National Symphony Orchestra Chuanyun Li tickets as soon as possible.
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