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Mae Fah Luang University Hosts Shanxi Province Symphony Orchestra

Shanxi Province Symphomy Orchestra is the only state-owned professional symphony orchestra

Shanxi Province Symphomy Orchestra is the only state-owned professional symphony orchestra

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CHIANG RAI – Mae Fah Luang University in Chiang Rai province has held the Shanxi Province Symphony Orchestra Thailand Tour Repertoire, as a way of strengthening ties between Thailand and China.

The concert was attended by His Excellency Cao Xu Liang, Consul General of the People’s Republic of China in Chiang Mai, along with Boonsong Techamaneesatit, Governor of Chiang Rai.

The award-winning Shanxi Province Symphony Orchestra was founded in 1952 with support from the Chinese government. It is the first time that the group has performed in Thailand.

Mae Fah Luang University was the first university in Thailand to receive support from the Chinese government, which funded the Princess Sirindhorn Chinese Language and Culture Center and the Confucius Institute. The university also boasts the greatest number of Chinese language courses of any Thai university.

By Jettana Pantana
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Music Director:
Born in Germany, Elahiu von Erlenbach got his music education in Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Frankfurt and Hochschule fuer Musik “HannsEisler” Berlin, studied under famous conductor Sergiu Celibidache. Erlenbach participated in the creation of the “German Frankfurt Music Performing Arts Association” and served as its Artistic Director. He’s keen to the Sino-Germany culture exchange, and lead the Leipzig Philharmonic Orchestra, the Frankfurt Symphony Orchestra touring China. Mr. Erlenbach is the only Foreign Expert as the conductor approved by the Ministry of Culture. He has conducting the concerts in Beijing, Shanghai, Hongkong, Macao, Shenzhen, Qingdao and other major cities. Born in Germany, Elahiu von Erlenbach got his music education in Hochschule.
Programme Schedule:
17.00 hrs.                 – Doors Open
18.00 – 18.15 hrs.      – Welcome Speech by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Vanchai Sirichana, President of Mae Fah Luang University
                                – Thank You Remarks by Mr. Zhu Jian-An, Head of ShanXi Province Symphony Orchestra
                                – Remarks by Mr. Chao Xiaoliang, Consul General, The Consulate General of the P.R. China in Chiang Mai
18.15 – 19.05 hrs.      – First Session
19.05 – 19.20 hrs.      – Intermission
19.20 – 19.55 hrs.      – Last Session
20.00 hrs.                 – End of Programme
Shanxi Province Symphony Orchestra:
[1] Liu Feng:  Celebrating
[2] Liu Tie Shan/Mao Yuan:  Dance of the Yao People
[3] Yan Jinxuan: The White Haired Girl (Ballad)
          (1) The north wind blowing           (2) Tie a Red Ribbon to Celebrating the New Year Day
[4] Wu Zuqiang/Du Mingxin: The Red Women Army (Ballad)
          (1) Overture          (2) Dancing of the Joyful Solders          (3) Interlude
[5] Zhao Jiping: Selections of the QiaoJia Dayuan Suite
[6] Mezzo Soprano: Song Xiangli
          Lyric: Huo Hua/Composer: Alatenaole: Beautiful Grassland, My Home
          Lyric: Han Wei/ Composer: Shi Guangnan  A Song Accompanied With Hand Drum
          Vincenzo: La Spagnola
[7] Bao Yuankai: Selections From Yan Huang Suite
           (1)  Joyful Sunshine           (2)  Yangge Dance           (3)  Leaving Home to the Far West
[8] Johann Strauss II: Auf der Jagd; op. 373
[9] Johann Strauss II: Bauern-Polka; op. 276
                                                            *****  Intermission  *****
[10] Wang Xilin: 1st Movement of the Taigu Yangge Dance Suite
[11] Tenor: Guo Lanwen
          Shanxi Folk: Kiss Her When Holding Her Hand
          Shanxi Folk: Please Open Your Door to Me
[12] Soprano: Shan Jun
          Shanxi Folk: Wu Ge Herding The Goats
          Shanxi Folk: My Lover Who Go to the River to Washing Clothes
[13] Duet by Shun Jun & Guo Lanwen
          Shanxi Folk: Missiong You So Much
          Shanxi Folk: Kaihua Diao Melody
[14] Wang Fuling: My Love to My Motherland
[15] Johann Strauss II: Ohne Sorgen, Polka Schnell, op. 271

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