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Spring of China's Symphony Orchestra opens

The second Spring of China's Symphony Orchestra raised its curtain at the National Center for the Performing Arts. Director Tan Lihua took the baton of the first concert on Monday night.

Opening with "The Night of Torch", the debut concert is enveloped with the wind of Yunnan. A grand picture of the ethnic festival is unfolded in music. Sounds of drums and brass represent the masculine men, while woodwind and string instruments comprise the tender melody of women.

The second Spring of China's Symphony Orchestra raised its curtain at the 
National Center for the Performing Arts.

Two of the three pieces performed at the concert were composed by Chinese artists. Both were inspired by the rich and diverse culture of China's southwestern Yunnan province.

Tan Lihuan, conductor, said, "Yunnan province boosts the most ethnic minority groups in China. The four chapters represent four ethnic people with the strong flavor of their culture. The event was such a big inspiration for all the orchestras who took part that each company should own one or more original Chinese works. There are a few standards to judge the development of an orchestra. One is to be professional, while the other is that it must have its own folk pieces."

Running till April 25th, Spring of China's Symphony Orchestra invites 11 companies around the country to display the distinction of China and its people through music.

Editor: Liu Fang | Source: CCTV.com
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