Macao Cultural Centre

Happy Chinese New Year – National Art Troupes Performance Season in Macao
“Everlasting Joy of Heaven and Earth – Chinese Festivals”

Organizer:The Ministry of Culture and Tourism of the People’s Republic of China and the Secretariat for Social Affairs and Culture of Macao SAR Government
15.04.2023    Sat 20:00 Grand Auditorium
105 min. including a 15 min. intermission
6 Years-old or above
$250, $150
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Organised by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism and the Secretariat for Social Affairs and Culture of the Macao Special Administrative Region (SAR) Government, the concert Everlasting Joy of Heaven and Earth (Tiandi Yongle): Chinese Festivals will be held on April 15, 2023 at 8:00 p.m. at the Grand Auditorium, Macao Cultural Centre (CCM). The show is part of the Happy Chinese New Year – National Art Troupes in Macao Performance Season.


The concert marks yet another cooperation between the Macao Chinese Orchestra and China National Traditional Orchestra. Directed by Tsung Yeh, Principal guest conductor and Artistic Advisor of Macao Chinese Orchestra, Singapore Chinese Orchestra Conductor Emeritus, the soul stirring “Everlasting Joy of Heaven and Earth: Chinese Festivals” is a fine, themed, Chinese music concert jointly launched by the China National Traditional Orchestra and the Palace Museum, using Chinese music as the thread to tie together the most important festivals of the 24 solar terms in China.


Starting with an Overture, the concert chronically narrates stories of representative traditional Chinese festivals using Chinese orchestral music, revolving around the themes of Lantern Festival, Qingming Festival, Dragon Boat Festival, Qixi Festival, Mid-Autumn Festival, Chung Yeung Festival, Winter Solstice and Spring Festival. With a grand lineup of more than 100 performers, this concert presents a cultural feast that integrates Chinese festivals with original Chinese music, blending tradition with modernity. A vividly freehand, imaginative musical journey across of time and space over millennia, an extraordinary aesthetic enjoyment, indeed a wonderful night that you can’t miss!