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 Joshua Chan

 

Sent by the Music for Our Young Foundation, I attended the 14th Festival of Chinese

Orchestral Music of Independent Chinese High Schools of Johor and Melaka, Malaysia held

from 5th to 7th June 2012 in Kluang Chong Hwa High School in Kluang City. The Festival was

attended by 700+ high school students from 8 schools. They all play Chinese instruments. I

was invited by the organizer as the Keynote Speaker and Chief Conductor. I had several

rehearsals with the jointschool 100member Chinese orchestra on 2 compositions of mine:

The Great Verdigris Bell and Wind Crescenti, and we performed these pieces in the final

concert held on 6th June. On 7th June, I gave a lecture to all 700 students on the topic of

Chinese orchestral music. During the lecture, I also commented on the performance of each

orchestra of the 8 schools. Besides having me, the organizer has also invited several

instrumental teachers from Singapore and Malaysia to give special lectures on the Chinese

instruments. Each school also came with at least 2 teachers.

I received warm hospitality by the organizers, especially Mr. Kelvin Chan (the former Board

member of the Klaung Chong Hwa High School) and Mr. Liaw Weikeong (the Principal of the

school). Mr. Chan and another colleague of his gave me a lift from Singapore to Kluang on 4th

June, showing me the School and the facilities the same day. I left Klaung on 8th June, with Mr.

Chan’s accompaniment to Kuala Lumpur International Airport by car.

This was a very meaningful trip for all parties. The students worked hard and enjoyed

learning from the visiting teachers, and I was amazed by the high standard of Chinese music

training in Malaysia, and how much the Malaysian Chinese treasure the opportunity to

practice Chinese culture in Malaysia, a Muslim country with only 24% of its population being

Chinese. I did not realize there are actually many young people learning Chinese instruments

today. The following photo shows me standing among the students.

[title_zh-cn] => 陈锦标教授前往居銮中学指导之行(2012年6月4-8日) [content_zh-cn] =>

Report on my work in Kluang, Malaysia, 4th – 8th June 2012

 Joshua Chan

 

Sent by the Music for Our Young Foundation, I attended the 14th Festival of Chinese

Orchestral Music of Independent Chinese High Schools of Johor and Melaka, Malaysia held

from 5th to 7th June 2012 in Kluang Chong Hwa High School in Kluang City. The Festival was

attended by 700+ high school students from 8 schools. They all play Chinese instruments. I

was invited by the organizer as the Keynote Speaker and Chief Conductor. I had several

rehearsals with the jointschool 100member Chinese orchestra on 2 compositions of mine:

The Great Verdigris Bell and Wind Crescenti, and we performed these pieces in the final

concert held on 6th June. On 7th June, I gave a lecture to all 700 students on the topic of

Chinese orchestral music. During the lecture, I also commented on the performance of each

orchestra of the 8 schools. Besides having me, the organizer has also invited several

instrumental teachers from Singapore and Malaysia to give special lectures on the Chinese

instruments. Each school also came with at least 2 teachers.

I received warm hospitality by the organizers, especially Mr. Kelvin Chan (the former Board

member of the Klaung Chong Hwa High School) and Mr. Liaw Weikeong (the Principal of the

school). Mr. Chan and another colleague of his gave me a lift from Singapore to Kluang on 4th

June, showing me the School and the facilities the same day. I left Klaung on 8th June, with Mr.

Chan’s accompaniment to Kuala Lumpur International Airport by car.

This was a very meaningful trip for all parties. The students worked hard and enjoyed

learning from the visiting teachers, and I was amazed by the high standard of Chinese music

training in Malaysia, and how much the Malaysian Chinese treasure the opportunity to

practice Chinese culture in Malaysia, a Muslim country with only 24% of its population being

Chinese. I did not realize there are actually many young people learning Chinese instruments

today. The following photo shows me standing among the students.

[title_zh-tw] => 陳錦標教授前往居鑾中學指導之行(2012年6月4-8日) [content_zh-tw] =>

Report on my work in Kluang, Malaysia, 4th – 8th June 2012

 Joshua Chan

 

Sent by the Music for Our Young Foundation, I attended the 14th Festival of Chinese

Orchestral Music of Independent Chinese High Schools of Johor and Melaka, Malaysia held

from 5th to 7th June 2012 in Kluang Chong Hwa High School in Kluang City. The Festival was

attended by 700+ high school students from 8 schools. They all play Chinese instruments. I

was invited by the organizer as the Keynote Speaker and Chief Conductor. I had several

rehearsals with the jointschool 100member Chinese orchestra on 2 compositions of mine:

The Great Verdigris Bell and Wind Crescenti, and we performed these pieces in the final

concert held on 6th June. On 7th June, I gave a lecture to all 700 students on the topic of

Chinese orchestral music. During the lecture, I also commented on the performance of each

orchestra of the 8 schools. Besides having me, the organizer has also invited several

instrumental teachers from Singapore and Malaysia to give special lectures on the Chinese

instruments. Each school also came with at least 2 teachers.

I received warm hospitality by the organizers, especially Mr. Kelvin Chan (the former Board

member of the Klaung Chong Hwa High School) and Mr. Liaw Weikeong (the Principal of the

school). Mr. Chan and another colleague of his gave me a lift from Singapore to Kluang on 4th

June, showing me the School and the facilities the same day. I left Klaung on 8th June, with Mr.

Chan’s accompaniment to Kuala Lumpur International Airport by car.

This was a very meaningful trip for all parties. The students worked hard and enjoyed

learning from the visiting teachers, and I was amazed by the high standard of Chinese music

training in Malaysia, and how much the Malaysian Chinese treasure the opportunity to

practice Chinese culture in Malaysia, a Muslim country with only 24% of its population being

Chinese. I did not realize there are actually many young people learning Chinese instruments

today. The following photo shows me standing among the students.

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2012年7月09日
陳錦標教授前往居鑾中學指導之行(2012年6月4-8日)

Report on my work in Kluang, Malaysia, 4th – 8th June 2012

 Joshua Chan

 

Sent by the Music for Our Young Foundation, I attended the 14th Festival of Chinese

Orchestral Music of Independent Chinese High Schools of Johor and Melaka, Malaysia held

from 5th to 7th June 2012 in Kluang Chong Hwa High School in Kluang City. The Festival was

attended by 700+ high school students from 8 schools. They all play Chinese instruments. I

was invited by the organizer as the Keynote Speaker and Chief Conductor. I had several

rehearsals with the jointschool 100member Chinese orchestra on 2 compositions of mine:

The Great Verdigris Bell and Wind Crescenti, and we performed these pieces in the final

concert held on 6th June. On 7th June, I gave a lecture to all 700 students on the topic of

Chinese orchestral music. During the lecture, I also commented on the performance of each

orchestra of the 8 schools. Besides having me, the organizer has also invited several

instrumental teachers from Singapore and Malaysia to give special lectures on the Chinese

instruments. Each school also came with at least 2 teachers.

I received warm hospitality by the organizers, especially Mr. Kelvin Chan (the former Board

member of the Klaung Chong Hwa High School) and Mr. Liaw Weikeong (the Principal of the

school). Mr. Chan and another colleague of his gave me a lift from Singapore to Kluang on 4th

June, showing me the School and the facilities the same day. I left Klaung on 8th June, with Mr.

Chan’s accompaniment to Kuala Lumpur International Airport by car.

This was a very meaningful trip for all parties. The students worked hard and enjoyed

learning from the visiting teachers, and I was amazed by the high standard of Chinese music

training in Malaysia, and how much the Malaysian Chinese treasure the opportunity to

practice Chinese culture in Malaysia, a Muslim country with only 24% of its population being

Chinese. I did not realize there are actually many young people learning Chinese instruments

today. The following photo shows me standing among the students.


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