A night of Chinese and Aboriginal dance and music
Hosted by the University of Sydney and Chinese partner Minzu University
On Thursday 14 September, the University of Sydney and Chinese partner Minzu University will showcase a celebration of life and arts from diverse ethnic minorities across China as well as Aboriginal talent from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music.
They’ll be joined by Koomurri Aboriginal Dance Troupe, who will perform the Welcome to Country as part of their Corroboree.
Conductor: Huan Jing
Guangzhou Symphony Youth Orchestra
The Guangzhou Symphony Youth Orchestra (GSYO), an affiliate of the Guangzhou Symphony Orchestra, was co-founded in July 2011 by the Guangzhou Symphony Orchestra and the Bureau of Education of Guangzhou Municipality. It is the first-ever youth orchestra in China organized and administered by a professional orchestra.
The GSYO’s current Music Director is Huan Jing. She was also titled to the broad member of the Jeunesses Musicales Intern...
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