After 2 years, the National Symphony Orchestra will set off for a tour in Japan in May, visiting Tokyo, Hyogo and Fukuyama, and bringing many wonderful performances. The first performance will be held at the Hyogo Prefectural Arts and Culture Center on May 6th. The music director will be . Jun Märkl joined hands with violinist Lin Pinren to perform Bruch's "Scottish Fantasy".
The orchestra will also present classic works by Mendelssohn and Debussy. The second stop will be at the Tokyo Opera City Concert Hall on May 8, and the music director Zhun. Marcoll leads the NSO, joins hands with violinist Lin Pinren, pianist Fukuma Kotaro, Tokyo Metropolitan Choir and Octagonal Tower Men's Choir, and will bring Beethoven's "Choral Fantasia" with natural vocals With instrumental music, singing the spirit of tranquility and peace, leading the performers and audience into a bright future.
The repertoire of this tour will present two works by Taiwanese composers, including "The Way of Meinong", commissioned by the Hakka Committee, by the composer Li Yuanzhen, who integrated the charm of Hakka folk songs into the symphony, and Jin Xiwen, the winner of the National Literature and Art Award, who used musical notes to describe the sunrise in Alishan, Taiwan "Sunrise Taiwan" warms the sun and illuminates the earth.
Immediately afterwards, I was invited by the Fukuyama International Music Season to go to Fukuyama, the capital of roses, for a series of concerts. From May 11th to 12th, Wu Yaoyu, the co-conductor of NSO, presented three carefully prepared student concerts together with soloists; Marcoll will lead NSO and violinist Lin Pinren to present the opening concert; on May 14, he will perform the finale and closing concert, led by the authoritative music director of Debussy. Marcoll and NSO, with Debussy's immortal classic "The Sea", drew a successful conclusion for the music festival.