Shih’s Prayer – Homage to R.O.C. Centennial

Nov. 19th (Sat.), 19:30-21:30 Xiangshan Visitor Center, Sun Moon Lake

Performers:
Conductor: 梶間聡夫
NTSO Festival Chorus
Chorus Director: Chen Yun-Hung
Stage Design: Fabian Dembski
Visual Design:Sheng-Hsueh Wu
Solo: Hsin-Han Chang

Program:
Shih: “Prayer”
Description: Epic music “Prayer for Blessing” is a large-scale work written by Shih.
The work has 
been composed upon the invitation of the National Taiwan Symphony Orchestra.
This work is dedicated to devoting, persevering women who sacrificed themselves for the Republic of China over the past one hundred years. This music uses twelve regional and local dialogues to pray for blessings for the people.
Wei Wu Ying – Center for the Arts (chinese)
National Taiwan Symphony Orchestra (chinese)

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