ein hauskonzert; eine sehr beschränkte teilnehmerzahl !!!! eine anmeldung erforderlich!
mit YING-JUNG LIU (Taiwan)
Dienstag, 12. August; Beginn 20:00 Uhr
Anreise: in deutsch minihof/lafnitztal
ying-jung LIU ---- SHAKUHACHI und XIAO (chin. flöte)
an diesem abend spielt eine meisterhaft musikerin die SHAKUHACHI. ein konzert klarerweise in natura, im garten direkt nebst dem bambushain südlich des 47. breitengrades; ein konzert für eine kleine fan-gemeinde. daher bitten wir alle um eine anmeldung per mail oder telefon.
From Nantou, Taiwan, Ying-Jung Liu finished her Bachelor degree from the Department of Chinese Music at the National Taiwan University of Arts and Master of Arts from the Graduate Institute of Ethnomusicology at the Tainan National University of the Arts. Majoring in the performance of Chinese Flute, Ms. Liu studied with many famous professors, teachers, and masters worldwide; she is now studying shakuhachi under the mentorship of the Japanese Shakuhachi master, Miyata Kouhachirou.
In 2011, Ms Liu was qualified in the NHK Competition of Japanese Traditional Music to have her recording of Shika No Tohne broadcasted in Japan nationwide, which is a rare honor for foreign performers. In the same year, the recording Haru No Umi, in which she worked with the Ensemble of Koto and Shakuhachi at the Tainan National University of the Arts, was nominated for the Best Interpretation of Traditional Music in the 22nd Golden Melody Awards. In recent years, Ms. Liu toured in Austria, Japan, and China, and her performance received favorable review. In 2013, Ms. Liu played Chan Ming Chi’s Listening to the Wind’s Singing: Concerto for Shakuhachi, Dizi, and Satsuma-Biwa with the famous conductor Yan Hui Chang and the National Chinese Orchestra Taiwan, and performed with the world- renowned shakuhachi performer John Kaizan Neptune.
Being passionate for the art of traditional shakuhachi music, Me. Liu also devotes herself to modern music performance. She premiered Akokay by Austrian composer Wolfgang Liebhart and Zwischen Tanz und Gebet by Taiwanese composer Chia-Lin Pan, exploring the possibility of the combination of traditional and modern music.
Ms. Liu is currently the chief director of Hana No Waon, a Japanese music ensemble based in Taiwan, lecturer of shakuhachi in the Department of Chinese Music at the Tainan National University of the Arts, and also gives shakuhachi lessons in the Institute of Asia-Pacific Music at the Tainan National University of the Arts and Taiwan Shakuhachi Society.