SPENCER & BLUME: “Zalan-Zalan”, Concerto for Percussion & Orchestra in Three Movements is commissioned by Wei-Chen Lin. Parts for hire: email@example.com
It is a testament to the power and courage it takes to be who you are. When indigenous groups of people maintain the integrity of their community, bound together in the love and sorrows of their history and in the joy and creativity of their artistic cultural expressions, they offer their story to the world through the sounds and images of their collective being, and we are stronger, gentler, and wiser because of it. The indigenous people of Taiwan, currently recognized in 16 distinct, tribes have provided the inspiration for the timbres, structures, and instrumentation in each of the the 3 movements.
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Conductor Yu-An Chang was awarded 1st Prize of the 7th International Conducting Competition, held by the cultural bureau of
Romania, Elite Art Club UNESCO, and Jeunesses Musicales International. Yu-An Chang studied in Germany at the Hochschule fuer Musik Hanns Eisler in Berlin, and has worked with the Frankfurt Staatsorchester, and the Brandenburg Sinfoniker, and participated in the Dohnanyi Conducting Academy 2016, in Budapest.
Percussion virtuoso, Wei-Chen Lin has numerous international awards. He won 1st Prize in the 2008 Classical Marimba League International Marimba Artist Competition, and 1st Prize at the 2007 Percussive Arts Society International Percussion Competition in Fermo, Italy, the Laureate of the First Classical Music International Internet-Festival 2013 in Moscow Russia, and the 2013 Taiwan NTCH Young Star Series, Silver, Medal of 2012 Houston Symphony Ima Hogg Concerto Competition, Third Prize of the 2012 Atlantic Symphony Orchestra Concerto Competition, Second Prize of the 2007 PASIC Marimba Solo competition, and the winner of the 2007 Boston University Soloists’ Competition. He has given concerts and master classes in Taiwan, Australia, Hong Kong, China, Japan, Italy, Thailand, Russia, and the United States. Wei-Chen Lin was formerly the Timpanist with the National Taiwan Symphony Orchestra, and is currently Percussionist with the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra.