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2013 "Cultures of China Festival of Spring" Song Zuying U.S. Concert Tour
2013 "Cultures of China Festival of Spring" Song Zuying U.S. Concert Tour

March 1, 2013
The Shrine Auditorium in Downtown Los Angeles

"Cultures of China, Festival of Spring" 2013 Song Zuying USA Spectacular solo concert is held on March 1, 2013 at The Shrine Auditorium in Downtown Los Angeles, bringing the best Spring Festival to audiences in Southern California.

2013 "Cultures of China, Festival of Spring" features China’s most famous and talented singer, Ms. Song Zuying, whose transcendent presentation of Chinese folk music has received recognition and applause from music professionals and audiences all around the world. As a celebrated Chinese singer, Ms. Song has held her concerts at world’s best venues, such as Sydney Opera House, Vienna Musikverein, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington D.C., Beijing National Stadium, Royal Albert Hall in London, etc. In the past ten years, Ms. Song has cooperated with many world-renowned artists, including Placido Domingo, Andrea Bocelli, Lang Lang, etc.

"Cultures of China, Festival of Spring" 2013 Song Zuying USA Spectacular is also joined by Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra and its affiliated Philharmonia Chorale, which was nominated for a Grammy in 2011 in the category of Best Orchestral Performance and named “Ensemble of the Year” for 2004 by Musical America. 

The show starts at 8 pm on March 1 and the VIP Reception starts at 5:30 pm. The address of The Shrine Auditorium is 665 W Jefferson Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90007.
Song Zuying

Known as "Queen of Chinese Folk Songs," Ms. Song Zuying is the most renowned and talented singer in China. Her famous songs include: "Spice Girl", "Lucky Day", "Song of Earth", "Please Stay Guests from Far Away", "I Love You, China", etc. Ms. Song's transcendent presentation of Chinese folk music has received recognition and applause from music professionals and audiences all around the world.
 
In the past ten years, Ms. Song has held many successful concerts at world's best venues, such as Sydney Opera House, Vienna Musikverein, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington D.C., Beijing National Stadium, etc. As a reputed singer, Ms. Song has cooperated with many world-renowned artists, including Placido Domingo, Andrea Bocelli, Lang Lang, and Jackie Chan. 



Sha Baoliang

Graduated from the Beijing Arts Academy, Sha Baoliang made his debut on the Mandopop scene in 1993 as songwriter and singer of the group "Moderns"

For many years Sha Baoliang was known for his remarkable fluid style as a songwriter. In 1996 he joined his friend Duan Mran to set up the Desert Studio, where he composed popular hits such as "Expectation" for Dai Rao and "Who am I" for Ye Bei.



Xia Xiaotang

Xia Xiaotang, one of China’s most prominent young conductors, currently serves as the chief conductor of China Youth Symphony Orchestra and resident conductor of China Philharmonic as well as lecturer at the Central Conservatory of Music.







Xu Gehui


A lead presenter of Phoenix TV, Xu Gehui has been selected by the World Brand Lab as one of "China's Most Valuable TV Presenters". Among other honors are "Top Ten TV Presenters of China", "Top Ten Presenters in Chinese-Language TV", and "Best Woman Feature News Presenter of China".

In hosting large-scale live TV shows such as CCTV Spring Festival Gala, 60th National Day Gala, and Coverage of Hong Kong's Return in 1997, she became known for her charismatic presence. 


 
 

Tsewang Dorjie

Tsewang Dorjie is an outstanding young tenor at the Central Policy Song and Dance Ensemble. As an ethnic Tibetan, he has trained at the PLA Arts Academy under the instruction of the distinguished vocalist Prof. Meng Ling. He currently serves as a member of the Chinese Musicians Association and the Sichuan Musicians' Society and has been honored three times with Class-C decorations.








Philharmonia Baroque Oechestra

Philharmonia Baroque Oechestra, based in San Francisco, is an orchestra dedicated to historically informed performance of Baroque, Classical and early Romantic music on original instruments. Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra was founded in 1981 by harpsichordist, teacher and early music pioneer, Laurette Goldberg (1932-2005). The ensemble added the Philharmonia Chorale in 1995.




Philharmonia Chorale

Critically acclaimed for its brilliant sound, robust energy, and sensitive delivery of the text, the Philharmonia Chorale was formed in 1995 to provide a vocal complement whose fluency in the stylistic language of the baroque period matched that of Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra. The members of the Chorale are professional singers with distinguished solo and ensemble experience.




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