Join the Cambridge University Chinese Orchestra – the region’s only orchestra dedicated to Chinese music – at 7:30pm on 11th March for an enjoyable evening of Chinese music featuring both Western and traditional Chinese instruments.
This promises to be a night of delightful Chinese music, with an eclectic mix of pieces including the acclaimed Celebration Overture, a vivacious rendition of Dance of the Yao People, and contrasting selections from the Haixia Suite.
Tickets are now on sale at https://www.adcticketing.com/cucos. Get 15% off when you buy 4 or more tickets!
We are hosting our Michaelmas recital at Robinson College Chapel. Join us at 8pm on 27th November for an enjoyable evening of Chinese music featuring both Western and traditional Chinese instruments.
We will be playing:
Dance of the Yao People (瑤族舞曲)
Lantern Festival (燈節)
Bodhi in the World of Mortals (紅塵菩提)
Selections from the Haixia Suite (海霞組曲)
1st movement of Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (臥虎藏龍)
and many more!
Please check out our Facebook event page for more info and updates!
See you all there!
I hope you are all excited about the start of a new year!
Our Freshers’ Squash is will be held on 8 Oct at 2pm at Benson Hall, Magdalene College. Please join us for some refreshments and snacks, regardless whether you are interested to join the society or an existing member catching up with old friends!
Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/342829482818855/
Meanwhile, please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions!
For the 10th anniversary of the Cambridge University Chinese Orchestra Society, we are back with our annual concert, An Ode to the Mountains. This year, we have brought together Western and Chinese instruments to feature in the same piece, for a brand new interpretation to a classical Chinese piece. Our repertoire includes:
* Spring Festival Overture (春节序曲)
* Yellow River Piano Concerto (黄河钢琴协奏曲)
* Harvest Festival (丰年祭)
* Amis’ Dance (阿美族舞曲)
* The Great Wall Capriccio (长城随想曲)
… among other pieces by soloists and ensembles around the UK.
Join us for an enjoyable night of contemporary and traditional Oriental music. We are sure that you will have a relaxing experience with our music!
Buy a ticket now at https://www.adcticketing.com/cucos !
The end of the Freshers’ Fair marks the beginning of a new year. To all new students, welcome to Cambridge; and to all returning students, welcome back!
This year CUCOS will continue to hold our annual concert. This year our concert will be on Sunday, 5th of March (Week 7 Lent). We will also be performing at some other occasions, like the Chinese New Year Gala, so stay tuned for more updates.
Wish you all a successful year ahead!
O, wind, if winter comes, can spring be far behind?
The Cambridge University Chinese Orchestra Society is going to hold its annual concert, 春 (Spring) at the West Road Concert Hall on Sunday, March 13th, at 7.30 pm. This year our Chinese and Western instrument divisions will be bringing you a refreshing repertoire of traditional and contemporary oriental music, including:
- Spring （春）
- Gazing into the spring wind （望春风）
- Starry night （星空）
- Dae Jang Geum （大长今）
…and featuring several talented soloists from around the UK!
Join us for a night of relaxing music and enjoy a sweet dream in the fragrance of blossoms and warm spring winds!
Ticket are priced at £6.50 for students, £8.00 for standard, and £12.00 for VIP seats.
Click here to buy your tickets today!
Princess Mononoke (幽灵公主)by Warwick Chinese Orchestra
Full Moon, Gorgeous Flowers
Yellow River Concerto
Crouching Tigher Concerto
It is a valuable opportunity for you to learn more about Chinese culture and arts. It will also be a wonderful opportunity for you to relax or find peace coming to the end of the term.
You don’t want to miss it!
Happy New Year everyone!
CUCOS is going to welcome the new year with a free entry recital at:
Multipurpose Room in Main Building, Clare Hall College
at 7.30pm on 18 Jan 2014
Pieces to be played
Watch out for more details and we hope to see lots of you !
CUCOS want to thank everyone who came to our first rehearsal today and made it successful. Let’s keep it up！
The Chinese Instrument Division is looking for players of Erhu and Pipa. We have the instruments, we need you to play! Come and join us by emailing Cassie at firstname.lastname@example.org to indicate your interest.
The Western Instrument Division hopes to see more musiciants turning up for the rehearsals.