Voice of Vienna - New Year's Symphony Concert

The Voice of Vienna New Year Concert has been performed in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing for nine consecutive years. This year for the first time it'll be performed in the Shanghai Grand Theatre. Conductor Guo Fan and the China Oriental Performing Arts orchestra present all the popular songs from the iconic New Year's concert in Vienna, starting of course with the Carmen Overture and finishing off with the Radeski March so you can feel like you'd bee in Vienna on that day.
2023-01-06 2023-01-07

Voice of Vienna - New Year's Symphony Concert


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China Oriental Performing Arts Group Symphony Orchestra: 

The orchestra is composed of some of China's best elite performers. The repertoire covers a wide range of works from classical, romantic, ethnic to contemporary. The orchestra has a very high performance standard and excellent timbre, with a noble and elegant artistic temperament that can be simple and intimate, with perfect coordination and the ability to control the classic repertoire. They are committed to using music to cross China and the West, connect ancient and modern, and build a bridge between the hearts and souls of people around the world. They often undertake various performance tasks assigned by the state, travel to major cities and regions around the world, and make positive contributions to the promotion of China's symphony industry.

Conductor: Guo Fan

Young conductor and piano artistic director of China Oriental Performing Arts Group. He studied under the famous conductor Professor Yan Liangkun and served as the artistic director of the piano; In 2006, he held concerts for solo performance, conducting and creative works; In 2011, he was selected by the famous German conductor Helg Dauss, music director of the Munich Opera, as his first Chinese student, and was appreciated by Ferreira, director of the National Symphony Orchestra of Paraná, Brazil, when rehearsing the concert version of "La Traviata" at the China Opera and Dance Theater. In 2015, he was invited by the Ministry of Culture to participate in the United Nations "Bridge of Friendship" Chinese Spring Festival Gala performance and conducted the Chinese Symphony Orchestra; In 2018, he conducted the Comrades-in-Arms Art Troupe Symphony Orchestra and Choir to perform "Long March Suite" and "Xibaipo Suite" and tour. In 2019, he led the Symphony Orchestra and Choir of the Chinese Musicians Association to perform the "Long March Suite" in Beijing to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the People's Republic of China; In the same year, he led the Kazakh National Band of the Central University for Nationalities to perform "Doves" to the wife of the Brazilian President, Liz Cuesta, which was highly recognized. Creative works: national instrumental music "Xixia Drum Music", "Loulan Meditation", symphonic "Hongyan", and film and television drama music works "Landlord and Tenant", "Blind Date All the Way", "Untouchable Love", "Fashion Girl" and so on.


Invited Chief: Long Xiang

Famous violinist

He studied under the famous violin educator Professor Zhao Weijian.

In 2007, he was admitted to the China Philharmonic Orchestra with the first place. In 2017, he entered the Harbin Symphony Orchestra with the first place and served as the chief concertmaster of the orchestra. He has been a guest concertmaster of Shenzhen Symphony Orchestra and principal of Guangzhou Zhuying Orchestra. Guest Principal of Tianjin Opera House

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