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News from 2010


Lecture at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology in December 2009



From October 21- November 10th 2009 Carnegie Hall presents Chinese Festival related events including Bright Sheng's String Quartet No. 3 by Ensemble ACJW and Fantasy for Marimba and Orchestra - Colors of Crimson by Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra

After the performance of Colors of Crimson with soloist Colin Currie and SLS conductor David Robertson on Oct. 30th 2009 / concert review


Attending a rehearsal and performance of LA'I by New World Symphony conducted by Per Brevig via Internet2 on Sep. 16 & 17th 2009

From August 27th - September 5th Bright Sheng was a guest lecturer at University of Cape Town (with composition students at University of Cape Town on September 3rd. 2009)

After concert at EMF July 19th 2009 with conductor Gerard Schwarz

Sheng, Jessica Guideri (violin), Jeremy Preston (violin), Danielle Farina (viola), and Neal Cary (cello) played Dvorák’s Piano Quintet in A, Op. 81. on July 13th. 2009

Sheng and Jessica Guideri played “A Night at the Chinese Opera”


After Sheng and Friends concert I & II with performers Cornelius Dufallo, Kenji Bunch, Yves Dharamraj, and the guest composer Paul Yeon Lee, Flushing Town Hall, New York, February 1st & March 1st 2009


Never Far Away conducted by Leonard Slatkin, harpist Yolanda Kondonassis, with the Dallas Symphony on January 22-25, 2009


Performance of Three Chinese Love Songs, Jeanine Thames, soprano
Barbara Sudweeks, viola
, January 2009

Performance of Four Movements for Piano Trio,
Maria Schleuning, violin
Jolyon Pegis, cello




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