will be featuring different styles of music, allowing audiences to enjoy the
authentic sound of every instruments across four consecutive nights. Besides,
in order to achieve the highest level of auditory performance, "Spectrum"
invites four groups of well-known performers in Malaysia to present a four
night musical feast, enabling audiences to indulge from a classical and modern
perspective to a symphonic oriental and western sense of music.
About the Show
Guzheng, a traditional plucked musical instrument that inherits for more than 2500 years.
"Poor life, just to find yourself", stated the performer, Sara Heng. Do not underestimate Sara based on her age for she recently has been a "treasure" in the music industry. She is well known as the new generation of Guzheng playing with full of momentum as well as her sweet and pleasing appearance when she plays Guzheng.
Sara received a scholarship to study Guzheng Musicology at Beijing four years ago and despite her well-being, she buries a mission of inheriting Guzheng music. The sound of the Guzheng can be beautiful like the creek of spring, and sorrowful like the orchids of the valley. However, the sound of the Guzheng is changeable, depending on the mood and feeling of the people who are playing, the Guzheng is a kind of melody that makes people feel deeply intoxicated.
This coming September, we invite you to experience different sounds of Guzheng, exploring musical possibilities, and finding inner strength through Guzheng.
Heng completed her Guzheng master studies as a research student at the
prestigious Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing under the tutelage of
Associate Professor Ji Wei and auspices of the Beijing Government Scholarship after
graduated with a degree in Guzheng at the same institution with full
sponsorship from the China Scholarship Council. She actively participated in
competitions and her achievements includes winning the gold medal for the
musical instruments competition of conservatories in China. Sara performs
internationally across Singapore, China, Japan, Korea and Cambodia.
9th September 2018 (Sun), 8.00 PM