PIANO CONCERT “FROM FAR AND WIDE”Soul Live Project
03 Nov 17 - 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
In commemoration of the 150th Anniversary of Canada – the land of red maples, Soul Live Project (SLP) is honored to partner with the Consulate General of Canada in Ho Chi Minh City, to host a piano concert, “From Far and Wide”, by Canadian pianist, Stephanie Chua – along with other featured Vietnamese artists.
Inspired by words from the Canadian national anthem, the concert will feature contemporary music from across the vast land that is Canada, “From Far and Wide”, by Canadian artists like Adam Sherkin, Brian Harman and Ann Southam. The concert will also feature a brand new version of the well-known traditional folk song from Northern Vietnam, “Butterfly and Flower”..
“From Far and Wide” will mark another step in the journey of the SLP to bring culture and arts from the world to Vietnam, making cross-cultural introductions to our traditional music, and from that foundation, introducing the beauty of our local arts to the world.
Time & Date: 7:00 pm, Friday, 03/11/2017
Venue: Soul Live Project Complex (216 Pasteur, D.3, HCMC)
Standard: 250,000 VND*
Students: 150,000 VND**
*10% Discount groups of 3 or more
**Applicable only for direct purchases at the Soul Live Project Box Office
For discount Group Rate for ticket purchase of 10 or more, please contact via hotline 090 378 7515
Biography of Pianist – Stephanie Chua
Stephanie Chua is an expressive and versatile Canadian pianist devoted to presenting and performing contemporary works through musical insight and innovative programming. She has been broadcast across Canada on CBC-Radio 2 and in Europe on Rondo Classic FM (Finland). Recent highlights of her artistry include solo recitals at Music Toronto’s Discovery Series, New Music Edmonton, and the Emergents Series at the Music Gallery (Toronto), along with performances at Impuls Contemporary Music Festival (Graz, Austria), the Ottawa International Chamber Music Festival, X-Avant Festival (Toronto), and Groundswell (Winnipeg). With the assistance of the Canada Council for the Arts, Stephanie embarked on a tour of South-West England in 2008 including performances at Michael Tippet Centre (Bath) and the Cube Microplex (Bristol).