πmusic-experimental sound project performs musical experiments to explore the vibrant textures and traditional aesthetics in Chinese music. To prepare for this musical event, π music-experimental sound project researched the interactions between Chinese music and Silk Road cultures, and made new arrangements for selected tunes.
Currently a postgraduate student in Anthropology at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Tung Tsz Ching, the music coordinator of π music-experimental sound project, is also a musician with Silk and Bamboo Chinese Music Ensemble and freelance performer with Orquestra Chinesa de Macau. She received her Bachelor of Music (Honours) from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts in 2015, majoring in Erhu and trained under maestri Wong On Yuen and Zhang Chongxue. After graduation, Tsz Ching not only continues her exploration of the styles and techniques of Chinese regional music, but also participates in various research and publication projects. She is the co-author of zhonghua Yinsheng (Chinese Tunes) (forthcoming) and the committee member of Huayue Dadian—Gaohu (Chinese Music Canon—Gaohu).
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東西南北匯流—海上絲路與音樂Soundings and Exchanges-Maritime Silk Road and Mus