The Macao Orchestra

Doming Lam’s Exploration in Chinese New Music – Multimedia Concert

Sunday, March 12, 2006     Macao Cultural Centre Small Auditorium     120

Tsung Yeh, Guest Conductor
Michael O’Donnell, Flute
Yuki Po-Ching Ip, Soprano
Chen Xueqing, Cello
Sierra Tse and Long Chi Hang, Pianos
Kathy Lam, Narrator

Doming Lam
Prelude and Scherzo for Piano
Oriental Pearl - Sonata No. 1 for Violin and Piano
A Song for Wei City for Flute and Piano
Fishing Alone on a Frozen Stream from Old Fisherman for Solo Violin
Saying Farewell to a Friend for Flute and Voice
Breakthrough 1 for Flute and Cello
Guia – The Light House of Macao (World Premiere)
Three Nocturnes of Li Pai for Voice and Orchestra
Thanksgiving to Joe-Kwan, The Kitchen God for Orchestra

The Macao Orchestra under the baton of Tsung Yeh will present a string of pearls from 50 years in the life of the father of new music in Hong Kong, Macao’s own Doming Lam. Reflections of East and West sparkle as one in these gems of Chinese contemporary music by a man hailed by Tan Dun as one of today’s most important composers.

Duration: approximately 2 hours, including one interval