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Chai-lun Yueh

Baritone, member of National Association of Teachers of Singing, USA
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As Artistic Director and baritone soloist, Chai-lun Yueh will perform

 
Concert is conducted by Dr. Robert Grechesky (Butler University Wind Ensemble)

 
3:00 pm, Sunday, October 2, 2011

 

 

Toreador Song from Carmen 斗牛士之歌 (Youtube Video) 

 

Comments from Dr. Robert Grechesky (Director of Wind Ensemble, Butler University, Conductor of this concert)

 

He is a real pro, and it was a distinct pleasure  to work with him. I had a ball! His performance was masterful in every respect — tone, pitch, musicality, showmanship, flair, and maturity. Not to mention His complete knowledge of every note in the cantata, and his wonderful mentoring of everyone in the chorus!

 

It was an honor to have Mr. Yueh on our campus, and our students are still buzzing about the weekend. It was truly an extraordinary experience for all of us. I have never received so many positive comments about a concert as I have about this one. It truly touched people in a deep and moving way, and this is, after all, the main purpose of music.

 

 


《岁月甘泉》

Ask The Sky and The Earth

 

East meets West in this exploration of Chinese musical culture. With international guest soloists and choirs from New York, Connecticut, Chicago, and Indianapolis, the Wind Ensemble presents the Midwest premiere of "Ask the Earth and the Sky," a cantata based on the “Sent Down Youth Movement” of the Chinese Cultural Revolution of the 1960’s. With music by Dongling Huo and libretto by Wei Su, this massive work recounts the feelings and emotions of a generation of Chinese youth whose lives were shaped and changed forever by this gigantic Utopian experiment. Min Chen, soprano and Chai-lun Yueh, baritone, will be featured soloists in music from "Carmen" and "West Side Story." Also on the program are "Dragon Rhyme" by Chen Yi and "Occident et Orient," Camille St. Saens’ only original work for band. 

 

 from School of Music of Butler University