Con­cert: Much plan­ning in­volved

China Daily (Canada) - - ACROSS CANADA -

In re­cent years, the orches­tra cre­ated in­no­va­tively a num­ber of au­di­ence fa­vorite big screen au­dio­vi­sual film con­certs, light con­certs and other forms of pre­sen­ta­tion.

“Cre­at­ing such a con­cert was not an easy task,” said con­duc­tor Pang Ka­pang. “Those leg­endary master­pieces are the best of the best works of film sound­track mas­ters, and are very fa­mil­iar to Western movie and mu­sic fans,” he ex­plained.

“In trans­lat­ing the score to a live per­for­mance, in­clud­ing the mix and in­stru­men­ta­tion, we want to ex­press the charm of these pieces, but also love to ex­hibit the spe­cial char­ac­ter­is­tics of our orches­tra. So we de­cided to break them down into three ar­eas: leg­endary con­no­ta­tion, folk fas­ci­na­tion and Chi­nese and Western fu­sion.”

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