Elite Artists Trio: Taiwanese Chamber Ensemble
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The last date listed for Elite Artists Trio was Sunday June 29, 2014 / 2:30pm.
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It was a wonderful concert! The music they played are beautiful, especially for those Taiwanese folk songs that we were familiar with them. Besides, they dressed beautiful in different colors that I enjoyed their style of fashion. They like international performer with beautiful gown that every musical performer should keep this standard to bring cheer and to beautify the concert. They are all beautiful elegant ladies that I like. Hope to see them and enjoy their music again.
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It was a warm day. The venue is not air conditioned. The program was not what I expected. There were only a couple of western pieces and only one that could be called part of the classical cannon. Musicians seemed competent enough. The music was...continued
The concert is scheduled to run 90 minutes including a 15-minute intermission.
Rachmaninoff “Trio élégiaque” No.1 in G minor
Astor Piazzolla “The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires”
Tyzen Hsiao “The Formosa Trio” Op. 58
Taiwanese Folk Songs:
“Song of Four Seasons,” “Embracing the Spring Breeze,” “Moonlight Sorrow,” “Flowers in the Rainy Night,” “Romantic Dream by the Riverside,” “Hometown in the Twilight,” “Mrs. Green Oyster,” “Reminiscent,” “An Old Train Song”
About the Ticket Supplier: Elite Artists Trio
The Elite Artists Trio is among the most sought after chamber groups in Taiwan with a reputation for stimulating performances, breadth of repertoire and exceptional audience rapport. The trio was founded by three accomplished artists. Individually they are multiple award-winning performers and university professors, and together they bring a dynamic range of musicianship. All three artists, the pianist, Sherry Chen Lin, the violinist, Chris Lin and the cellist Ya Limu, have performed internationally as guests of numerous music festivals and as soloists with many orchestras. In addition to performing extensive repertoire embraces works from all periods of the genre’s history, the trio is also dedicated to performing contemporary works, and to the promotion of Taiwanese composers of piano trio literature.