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The Museum of Chinese in America is excited to partner with New Asia Chamber Music Society again to present a summer-end concert, featuring an exceptional and diverse program spanning various cultures. The journey begins with Antonin Dvorak’s beloved “American” string quartet, resonating with the essence of America’s rich musical heritage. The captivating sounds of the Chinese violin “erhu” follow, enchanting the audience with two traditional Chinese pieces. Finally, the evening culminates with the exquisite Japanese koto concerto by composer Daron Hagen, where the koto and string quartet intertwine, evoking profound emotions and bridging cultures. This concert will be held at the Museum of Chinese in America, 215 Centre Street, NYC 10013.

August 25, 2023
7:00 pm – 8:00 pm


  • Antonin Dvořák – String Quartet No.12 in F Major, “American”
    1. Allegro ma non troppo
    2. Lento
    3. Molto vivace
    4. Finale: vivace ma non troppo
  • Wenji Wu – Kangding Love Song
  • He Tu – Rain in Jiang Nan
  • Daron Hagen – Koto Concerto “Genji”
    1. Cicada Shell
    2. Falling Flowers
    3. Maiden on the Bridge
    4. Floating Bridge of Dreams
    5. Vanished into the Clouds

NACMS Musicians

Rose Hsien, violin

Jaram Kim, violin

Andy Lin, viola/erhu

Nan-Cheng Chen, cello

Yoko Reikano Kimura, koto

About New Asia Chamber Music Society

The New Asia Chamber Music Society (NACMS), the recipient of the 2016 Huang-Yu-Ting Memorial Award and New Music USA’s project grant, was founded in 2010 by an entrepreneurial group of young Asian-American virtuosi. Based in New York City, NACMS is committed to bringing audiences exciting chamber music performances of the highest caliber and innovation. By delving into the giants of traditional chamber music repertoire, cultivating new voices of contemporary composers that meld elements of Western and Eastern cultures, and collaborating with a broad network of art organizations – NACMS is creating a trifecta of innovation to enable new concert-going experiences for the audience. This exciting young collective also seeks to engage its technologically-wired peers around the world with its lively social media presence, fostering a more interactive and social environment for chamber music performance & presentation. Visit newasiacms.org to learn more about the New Asia Chamber Music Society.