A Moving Sound: World Music From Taiwan
Tawainese Ensemble Brings Pan-Asian Music Into a New Age
With all the innovation coming out of Asia, it's unfortunate that so many Westerners solely associate "Asian music" with traditional folk songs and nothing else. A Moving Sound, a musical ensemble based in Taiwan, has been working with great success to change that perception. Combining Chinese instruments with modern compositions, gorgeous vocals and a spirit of experimentation, A Moving Sound (Sheng Dong in Mandarin) creates joyous and evocative new music. From your seat in Flushing Town Hall, you will travel to the Far East and far beyond, courtesy of this acclaimed group's inspired playing.
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Flushing Council on Culture and the Arts (FCCA) is a revitalizing force for its community, and a creative catalyst for developing and promoting the arts throughout the Borough of Queens in New York City. Each year, FCCA presents an array of high quality arts and educational programs at Flushing Town Hall (which it operates on behalf of the City of New York), as well as providing vital services to local artists, arts organizations and community residents.