August 26th, 2023 8:00pm
Performer: Melody of China
Astronomy Speaker: TBD
Melody of China
Bay Area’s premier Chinese chamber ensemble since 1993
As the leading San Francisco-based Chinese chamber ensemble founded in 1993, the musicians of Melody of China come together to deliver captivating performances and enriching experiences through an exciting blend of traditional Chinese music, western music, and cross-genre works. Led by Artistic Director Yangqin Zhao on the hammered dulcimer, Melody of China’s performances have reached international stages, world music festivals, residencies, and collaboration projects with renowned artists and composers from around the world.
Melody of China instrumentations is comprised of the Chinese traditional instruments: yangqin (hammered dulcimer), guzheng (zither), erhu (two-stringed fiddle), pipa (lute), sheng (mouth organ), dizi (bamboo flute), Chinese percussions and other instruments.
The artists are in-demand educators, performing artists and arts leaders with the sole vision of bringing Chinese traditional music and culture to the local communities and to the world. Having been trained at top music conservatories in China and the US, Melody of China’s artists can be heard performing on international stages and seen in classrooms working in schools and universities.
Go to Melody of China for more information.
Dr. TBD (affiliation)
Lecturer bio and talk abstract to be posted when available.
Tickets can be purchased at ucsctickets.com starting April 19th, 2023 at Noon.
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If you’d like to purchase tickets as early as noon on April 12th, 2023, join our Friends of Lick Observatory (FoLO) program by March 1st, 2023. As a thank you for supporting the observatory, you’ll get special access to purchase tickets before they go on sale for the general public.
More information about tickets and pricing is available at Music of the Spheres.
|7:00 pm||Doors Open||Brief Telescope Visits|
|8:00 pm||Concert, Main Hall|
|9:00 pm||Science Talk, Lecture Hall||Telescope Viewings|
|10:00 pm||Science Talk (repeated), Lecture Hall||Telescope Viewings|
|12:30 am||Doors Close|
Gift shop is open from 7:00pm-8:00pm, and reopens after the concert until 11:00pm.
More general information about the event is available at Music of the Spheres.