UM bands perform with renowned conductor Peiyu Chang

Prof Peiyu Chang, a renowned conductor and the first Chinese female conductor to stand on the podium of Vienna's Golden Hall, recently gave a lecture, titled ‘The Tao of Conducting’, at the University of Macau (UM). In the lecture, Chang shared her studies on Daoism and the connection between Daoist philosophies and conducting symphonic music. She also conducted the UM String Orchestra and the UM Symphonic Band which performed Mozart’s Symphony No 35.

It was the fourth lecture of the UM Cultural Saloon Lecture Series, and was co-organised by UM’s Faculty of Education, Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Faculty of Social Sciences, and Student Affairs Office.



For the full version, please refer to the Chinese version.


Source: Faculty of Education

 

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Release on 2016-04-29 15:04

The world-renowned conductor Peiyu Chang conducts the UM String Orchestra and the UM Symphonic Band

The world-renowned conductor Peiyu Chang conducts the UM String Orchestra and the UM Symphonic Band
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Peiyu Chang discusses the connection between Daoist philosophies and conducting symphonic music

Peiyu Chang discusses the connection between Daoist philosophies and conducting symphonic music
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