古今明月 之 世紀大對決
The chinese(Oriental) erhu V.S. western violin. Although these two instruments share no obvious similarities, we have surpassed all preconceived limitations and adapted a sonata meant for a quartet to be played by just two string instruments.
An epic clash of the centuries!
Who said the Swan from Saint- Saëns’ “Le Carnaval des Animaux (Carnival of the Animals)” can’t take a stroll in Tai Hu Lake in China? Who said Massenet’s “Meditation from Thais” can’t be a meditation from the famous Chinese poet Li-Bai? Who says Chopin’s “Nocturne op. 20” can’t describe the hardship during the Chinese Warring States period?
I am speaking to the world with my “Erhu”! It is my blood, and classical music is my soul. This time I am taking on the challenge of western classical music, creating a wonderful and exciting combination that will last centuries.