We are currently looking for musicians to join our annual concert *‘Chapters of Life’*, which will be held on *Feb 24th*, in the *West Road Concert Hall*. The concert will be covered by professional news agencies, recorded and broadcasted overseas.
We sincerely welcome all orchestra instrument players (strings, woodwinds, brasses, percussions). *String players* are extremely welcomed as we wish to build up the orchestra and the concert.
In addition, we are in urgent need for the following instruments:
If you are a musician and interested in the concert or the orchestra, please contact Dan Zhao at firstname.lastname@example.org or 07927292306.
The Cambridge University Chinese Orchestra Society (*CUCOS*) is holding the annual concert *’Chapters of Life’* on Feb 24th, in the West Road Concert Hall. The event is currently the only concert in Cambridge that features traditional eastern music with both of western and Chinese instruments.
The Western Instrument Division (WID) is playing two pieces for the year: the *Butterfly Lovers* (Violin Concerto), and the *Qiao’s Grand Courtyard* (Symphonic Suite). The Butterfly Lovers is a modern arrangement of an ancient love tragedy, an Eastern version of the Romeo and Juliet. The Qiao’s Grand Courtyard is a contemporary composition known for the sophisticated blending of Western and Eastern musical
elements. The two pieces are among the most established music in the Chinese history.
The WID rehearsals are normally held in the Music Room of Robinson College on Sundays from 14:00 to 17:30.