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The Museum of Chinese in America is proud to partner with the New Asia Chamber Music Society, an award-winning organization of young Asian-American virtuosi, for the first time to present a Lunar New Year salon concert. We will bring you an exceptional program incorporating traditional Chinese music and the western canon. A full hour of transcultural program will create a new concert-going experience for you.


Ernö Dohnányi, Serenade in C major for String Trio

  1. Marcia: Allegro
  2. Romanza: Adagio non troppo
  3. Scherzo: Vivace
  4. Tema con variazioni: Andante con moto
  5. Rondo (Finale): Allegro vivace

Kangding Love Song 康定情歌

Birds Chirping in the Empty Mountain 空山鳥語

Fisherman Boat Singing at Dusk 漁舟唱晚

Spring Breeze 望春風

Battle Horses Galloping 戰馬奔騰


Andy Lin, viola/erhu

Rose Hsien, violin

Szu Hua (Mia) Chen, viola

Nan-Cheng Chen, cello

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.

February 2, 2023
7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

This program is brought to you by MOCA friends and partners, including Bloomberg Philanthropies.

This program is also supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council.

Special thanks to Other Half Brewing Company for its generous sponsorship.