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Music Connect with Yuan Yin Group

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Dance History & heritage Intercultural Music Poetry & spoken word
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Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts

Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts

Oakville, ON

Access

Free.

Offered in English.

Wheelchair accessible and has gender-neutral washrooms.

About

Yuan Yin Group and Halton Region Chinese Canadian Association are proudly co-hosting the Music Connect Show at Oakville Performing Arts Centre on October 1st. Let’s enjoy the 90-min live show and travel in the music together with performers from more than 10 local community organizations and local artistic groups. Let’s join our journey to connect, communicate, collaborate through music!

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Yuan Yin Group and Halton Region Chinese Canadian Association

Yuan Yin Group's journey started in 1920 with a group of professors with the goal of connecting people through music and arts, protecting intangible heritage in China. A decade ago the third generation of the group carried their legacy from east to west and founded Canadian and German divisions with the vision: Today’s Music and Arts Create Another 100 Years’ Cultural Heritage. The group is committed to share their belief and passion for music with the audience and students, as well as leading over 300 performers and volunteers on an annual basis to accelerate impact of music collaborations and diverse cultural heritage, includes but not limits to:

• Invited to record GuZheng (Chinese Zither) and Qin (ancient seven string zither) music for the album of "Asia Beauty" which is on 2016 Grammy Nominations for Best New Age Album

• Annual fund-raising concert and all the net proceeds have been donated to SickKids and local communities.

• Featuring Program for Asian Heritage Month at Halton Community Classroom Online https://www.theocf.org/initiative/community-classroom-online/

• Initiated the Youth Leadership in Music and Health program in collaboration with faculty member from Music Department at University of Toronto in 2020, with the goal of promoting meaningful youth engagement and leadership through accessible, sustainable & high-quality music programs

The Halton Region Chinese Canadian Association is a non-profit, non-political and non-denominational organization formed by a group of community minded volunteers from Halton Region dedicated to promote cultural education, understanding and interaction between the Chinese and society-at-large.

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Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts/Central Southeast Hub

Town of Oakville Oakville, ON

The Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts is a town-owned, town-funded, professionally staffed facility that exists to serve the performing arts needs of Oakville residents. Oakville Centre is a cultural venue that presents over 70 prof...

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