ENSEMBLES 2017

Chin-Ai String Orchestra

Chin-Ai String Orchestra

 

Chin-ai village, situated in a remote mountain area in Taiwan, raised a group of indigenous kids who are full of musical talent and love for music.
Everything began eight years ago when Mrs. Chen, a teacher in Chin-ai Elementary School, started teaching  four students to play the violin for fun. It surprised her that these kids were highly talented in music. She was wondering  if there would  be another way for the kids’ future. In 2014, the Chin-Ai Sring Orchestra, the only indigenous string orchestra in Taiwan, was established. Although they do not have many resources, they managed to overcome the difficulties with passion for music and through strong determination and hard-work. Music brings positive change to their lives. For them, playing music is not for competition nor for becoming a musician. Music is about  sharing, bringing happiness to others and about their passion for life.

 

 

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Competition Program

 

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)   Divertimento in D major, KV 136, 1st movement Allegro
Lee Che-Yi (*1970)   Atayal Overture
Lee Che-Yi (*1970)   Makatao Rhapsody

 

 

Additional Concerts Program

 

Lee Che-Yi (*1970)   Atayal Overture
Lee Che-Yi (*1970)   Makatao Rhapsody
Gao Yi-Shen and Lee Che-Yi   Pasu hohcubu (Song of Tashan)
Lee Che-Yi and folk song   Homeyaya (Millet harvest festival)
Lee Che-Yi and folk song   Lalengi
Lee Che-Yi and folk song   Miyome (Requiem)
Lin Zheng-Zhi and Lee Che-Yi   Song of Tafalong
Lee Che-Yi and folk song   Waiting
Lee Che-Yi and folk song   Iyahe
Lee Che-Yi and folk song   Tressure