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Performance: The Boundless Poem

Time: Friday, June 6th, 2014 19:00 (Admission time starts at 18:30)

Venue: 1F Auditorium, Center of Academic Activities, Academic Sinica

Performer: Taipei Chamber Singers

Admission: Free


         Founded in 1992, Taipei Chamber Singers (TCS) has won fifteen international awards and became one of the top vocal groups in Asia. In 2006, TCS launched the “Music Unlimited Program” and have now cooperated with seventeen outstanding Chinese composers. By striking up conversations between new thinking and new voice, this program signifies a new trend of Oriental choral music in the 21st century. Alberto Grau, the Venezuelan contemporary composer and conductor, considers the Taipei Chamber Singers is “one of the best choral ensembles on a world level”.

         The 2014 TCS “Boundless Poem” which is rich of exotic hues from Taiwan, North East Asia, India to Australia, Venezuela, Haiti and Cuba, brings music with gracefulness, passion and bold imagination.

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