House Concert in Burnaby
Close your eyes, open your ears and get transported to far off lands. Come enjoy the beautiful sounds of Persian, South Asian and Chinese music all in the warmth of a living room.
Silk Road Duo
Amir Haghighi and Amy Stephen
￼￼￼Date: Saturday, October 5, 2013
Time: Doors at 6:30 pm / Show at 7 pm
Where: 7533 Cumberland St., Burnaby
Tickets: $18 adults / $15 kids
You can also purchase tickets or reserve a seat by calling 604-874-9325.
Aug 16,2013 7:00pm
Enchanted Evenings at the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Garden
578 Carrall Street
Vancouver, BC V6B 5K2
Tickets: $25 / $20
Tel: 604-662-3207 Ext.211
SILK ROAD JAZZIN IT UP!
The Ancient Road Turns Into A Freeway!
Qiu Xia He on pipa and vocal
Andre Thibault on guitar, oud, flute and vocal
Liam Macdonald on world percussion.
Guest: Ron Hadley on piano.
Silk Road Music
A Vancouver award winning ensemble who introduces different cultures through their experience and travels. With inspiration, and passion, expressing unique views on traditional music, uniting East and West, they deliver virtuosity and imagination.
Silk Road Music incorporates improvisation in their performances. The Chinese Garden is always a place to push the boundaries and introduce new ideas. For the 20th Enchanted Evenings, pianist Ron Hadley is our special guest who is a brilliant, creative and versatile improviser. His sensibility for oriental music and modern approach to harmony is exhilarating! The ancient road will merge on to a freeway and explore the power, the impact, and the horizon of a modern turnpike!
“Chinese traditional instrumental sounds with contemporary global soundscapes on a national and international level. If there were a single word to describe Silk Road’s approach to musical performance it would have to be play.” Allison sokil. Alberta University
Silk Road Music had a wonderful time at the Vancouver Folk Festival last weekend. The response from the audience was heartwarming! We felt so rewarded because of their enthusiasm and reaction.To continue with all the excitement, we really want you to know about the upcoming concert at the magical Chinese Garden. A rare opportunity of having Silk Road’s long term friend Celso Machado to join us for this Enchanted Evenings. He is special to all of us! Please make sure you come down to see us and try not to wait to the last minute to get your tickets, because every year we sell out. We apologize to those friends who didn’t get in last year at the gate. Seating is really limited. so, we recommend you make reservations.
Thank you very much!
Silk Road Music with Celso Machado
July 20 Show starts: 7:30 pm | Doors open : 7 pm
$25 General | $20 Members
Box Office: 604-662-3207 ext. 0 or 209
Qiu Xia He 何秋霞: pipa 琵琶,vocal
Andre Thibault: guitar, oud
Liam MacDonald: pandeiro, rik, cajon
Jun Rong 戎竣: erhu 二胡
Celso Machado: guitar, percussion.
The Baha’i Community of Port Coquitlam invites you to share in an afternoon of music, dance, and friendship in celebration of the Birth of Baha’u’llah.
Terry Fox Theatre, 1260 Riverwood Gate, Port Coquitlam on
November 12, 2011. 2:00pm and is first come, first seated.
The programme, which celebrates Unity in Diversity, has been designed with seekers and the general public in mind. friendly and children of all ages are welcome.
Join us and let Silk Road Music tingle your ears as they bring Chinese music to the world while Kesseke Yeo dazzles your eyes with West African dance. We hope you are ready for a true world music experience of old songs made new and strange instruments made familiar.
After a short intermission, Felice Women’s Choir will uplift our souls with an assortment of inspiring songs sung in Italian, Japanese, and English. Felice Women’s Choir is a Port Coquitlam community based women’s choir that
pursues excellence in performance and celebrates a variety of repertoire from classical to folk and pop under the tutelage of music conductor and director Mr. Hyun Jung Kim .
Mingling with coffee and refreshments during the intermission.
For more information please contact 778-285-3349
The Year of Rabbit! The 20th year of Silk Road Music!
We are back from Spain after 3 months of intense Flamenco immersion. It makes a perfect transition for us to start our new 2011 season. We are inspired and challenged by the capacity of the modern Flamenco style. It convinced us we have lots of new ways for us to say something with our music technically and emotionally. Having a concentrated time to focus on practice and learning, it re-enforced our passion for music that is still the driving force pushing us forward. The Road is extending!
We are so looking forward to the new year and may you have a good one,too!
After our busy Olympic season, Silk Road is ready for the next step. We have a complete new website on the go.
Thanks to John McLachlan! It is much easier to navigate, so you can tell us what you think or check on our latest news, as you wish.
In the fall of 2010, Andre and Qiu Xia are going to Spain for Flamenco studies. To prepare for our new musical education, we have started playing more flamenco music on both pipa and guitar. You can judge our progress at this Friday’s concert. Please keep sending your encouragement until we can report to you again live on stage with an even better performance after Jerez.
Aug 6 Fri 7:30 PM
Dr. Sun Yat Sen Classical Chinese Garden
578 Carrall St. Vancouver BC
604-662-3207 ext 210
Reservation is recommended.
We are revamping our website and will return in a few days.