NYU Symphony Orchestra With Sights & Sounds of China in Masterpiece The Map
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Stimulate all your senses in a unique experience that blends Chinese music, Western orchestra and stunning visual footage of rural China. The NYU Symphony Orchestra performs Tan Dun's masterpiece The Map, which features field video recordings of antiphonal singing, tongue singing, percussive dance and other images of ethnic musical life. The orchestra is joined by Grammy-nominated conductor Andrew Cyr and leading classical cellist Wendy Sutter. Continuing the theme of connecting generations and cultures, the evening also features Tan Dun's Concerto for String Orchestra and virtuoso Zhou Yi playing the Pipa, a popular Chinese string instrument similar to the lute.
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The last date listed for NYU Symphony Orchestra: Tan Dun's The Map was Monday May 12, 2014 / 7:00pm.
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