Vancouver Chinese Music Ensemble Evening Concerts
In celebration of Asian Heritage Month, the Vancouver Chinese Music Ensemble presents "Spring Breeze" , a concert featuring a flow through new compositions at the Vancouver Chinese Garden.
Going Back: Remembered and Remixed Family Folk Songs
Enjoy an afternoon of joyful Canadian-Asian folk tales, sharing our unique experiences in songs performed by Ginalina and Vancouver Chinese Music Ensemble. We are very excited to present, a modern collection of Asian fusion-folk songs. It will be a musical journey that’s both familiar and foreign much like many of our stories.
Jasmine Jazz No 5
Jasmine Jazz 5. The fifth in a series of unique live concerts featuring 3 of Vancouver Chinese Music Ensembles musicians with some of Vancouver finest jazz artists led by Juno-nominated bassist and composer, Jodi Proznick.
Jasmine Jazz No 4
An unusual and exquisite interplay between traditional Chinese and jazz instruments that took place at Performance Works as part of the 2021 TD Vancouver International Jazz Festival
Tradition in the Future
A first-ever online symposium called Tradition in the Future. Endeavouring to make connections and transference of traditional Chinese music, featuring presentations by international speakers and musical performances by the ensemble’s professional musicians.
A Tale of Pipa
The project will mark the first ever collaboration between the Vancouver Chinese Music Ensemble and the Vashaan Ensemble which specializes in Persian music, and will feature renowned pipa performer Ling Yang and legendary singer Lili Lau
Jasmine Meets Sakura
This cross-cultural collaboration featured beautiful melodies from Japan and China, as two great choirs joined with the Vancouver Chinese Music Ensemble for Jasmine Meets Sakura.
This concert brings together Vancouver’s two music scenes. The unusual interplay between traditional Chinese and jazz instruments (led by jazz banjo) makes Jasmine Jazz a special musical experience
Speaking Strings Utter Things
Speaking Strings Utter Things - Hear from the ancient instruments themselves as they are showcased in humor – speaking, weaping, singing and squealing in delight.