Voice of Formosa: A Gala Concert featuring London based Taiwanese musicians performing at the Royal Academy of Music

On 30th of April 2012, “Voice of Formosa” is a music event that will bring together a group of Taiwanese musicians to perform an evening concert in the prestigious Royal Academy of Music in London. 

These musicians are based in London, they are students and graduates of the Royal Academy of Music, Royal College of Music and Guildhall School of Music and Drama. 

These performers are highly qualified with fantastic technique and musicality. They are experienced performers who have taken part in festivals and events around the world. Many of them have been prize winners at international competitions.

Chiao-Ying Chang is a graduate of the Royal Academy of Music. She was the top prize winner of many International competitions, including AXA Dublin International Piano Competitions. She is also the piano artist of the Young Concert Artist Trust in London. 

Yin-Shan (Eva) Hsieh, graduated from Royal College of Music, and performed many Marimba concertos with various orchestras and her upcoming concerts include performing concertos with the Cambridge Graduate Orchestra in April 2012, and Jersey Symphony Orchestra in August 2012.

The winner of Nicolas Blake Wind Ensemble prize and June Emerson Wind Music Launchpad Prize, Ellipsis Wind Quintet will also join the evening with a splendid performance.

Many thanks to Royal Academy of Music for supporting us with the concert venue, programme and equipment. We wish to show the best of the spirit of Taiwan to the audience this evening and give the opportunity for Taiwanese musicians to show their talent.

There is no ticket fee for the event but contributions are welcome. We sincerely invite you to join us for this wonderful musical event.

Time - 7.30pm, 30th, April, Monday 2012
Place - David Josefowitz Recital Hall, Royal Academy of Music,
Marylebone Road, London NW1 5HT, UK