Visiting Singers to Present Musical History of Taiwan

Visiting singers to present musical history of Taiwan

A troupe of top Taiwanese musicians will share their homeland’s history through song in a special free concert April 7 at the University of Indianapolis.

Songs of Taiwan: Formosa, the Beautiful Island begins at 3 p.m. in Ruth Lilly Performance Hall of UIndy’s Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center, 1400 E. Hanna Ave. The event is sponsored by UIndy’s Asian Programs office in cooperation with the Pan Asia Music Society of Taiwan, the Indianapolis-Taipei Sister City Committee, the Taiwanese American Society of Indianapolis and the Indianapolis Mayor’s Office of International & Cultural Affairs.

The program traces Taiwan’s history from early times, through the Japanese occupation of the early 20th century, to the present day. The performers will include sopranos Mei-Li Chuang, Chun-Yuan Chu and Tzu-Shan Huang; tenors Huei-Ming Wang and Fei-Shon Shon; baritone Bao-Lang Chang; and pianist Tsu-Hsin Pan. Narration will be provided by Patricia Chen.

For information, contact Asian Programs Director Phylis Lan Lin at (317) 788-3288 or lin@uindy.edu.

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