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A Journey Through the Animal Kingdom: An Interactive Performance of Saint-Saëns' "Le Carnaval des Animaux" (Part I)

A Journey Through the Animal Kingdom: An Interactive Performance of Saint-Saëns' "Le Carnaval des Animaux" (Part I) In-Person

Accomplished piansts Ting-Ting Chang and Betty Sawyer will be performing pieces from "Le Carnaval des Animaux" by Camille Saint-Saëns in two parts. This event is the first part, and it includes the following pieces:

1. Introduction and Royal March of the Lion
2. Hens and Roosters
3. Wild Donkeys and Swift Animals
4. Tortoises
5. The Elephant
6. Kangaroos
7. Aquarium

Registration is required. Free admission, donations encouraged.

General: $20
Seniors: $10
Students: $5

You can register for the second part here: https://ccls.libcal.com/event/11787126


Ting-Ting Chang is a distinguished music educator and therapist with over 20 years of expertise. Her dynamic career at Orff Music in Taipei and beyond includes teaching, curriculum development, and captivating international performances. Renowned for directing and choreographing enthralling renditions of “Peter and the Wolf,” “Magic Flute,” and the “Nutcracker,” Ting-Ting's artistic flair and educational acumen shine. She holds a BA in Performing Arts and an MA in Music Therapy, blending educational excellence with therapeutic insight. As the founder of The Harmony Hub School of Music and a soprano in The Philadelphia Orchestra Choir, Ting-Ting continues to inspire and enrich the music world.

As a devoted dentist and a loving mother of three, Betty Sawyer discovered her passion for the piano at a young age. Although not a professional pianist, her heart has always resonated with the timeless beauty of classical music. Inspired by the works of Chopin and Rachmaninov, Betty finds solace and joy in playing the piano. Through her performance, Betty not only shares her love for music but also aspires to cultivate a similar appreciation in her three young children, hoping that one day they, too, will embrace the enchanting world of music.

This program fulfills PA Forward's Civic and Social Literacy through "community engagement which allows individuals to interact with one another, in a participatory manner."

Date:
Saturday, February 24, 2024
Time:
3:00pm - 4:15pm
Time Zone:
Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
Location:
TPL King Meeting Room
Chester County Library System:
Tredyffrin Library
Audience:
  Adults     Family  
Categories:
  Adults     Family  
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Event Organizer

Sam Sorensen

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