Tsun-Hui Hung & Special Guests: Recital of Chinese and Western Music

Tsun-Hui Hung & Special Guests: Recital of Chinese and Western Music
Sunday, March 11, 2 PM.

Chesterhill Union Hall Theater (http://www.unionhalltheater.org/)
7520 Marion St. & Coal St.
Chesterhill, Ohio
Adults: $5; Under 12: $1

Union Hall Theater announces a new Sunday Afternoon Recital Series beginning with a performance by Tsun-Hui Hung on the erhu, a Chinese stringed instrument. Ms. Hung will be accompanied by Mariah Carrel, piano, and Ellis Seiberling, guitar.

Ms. Hung holds a B.A. in erhu performance from the Chinese Culture University, Taiwan, and is currently a graduate student of music composition at Ohio University, Athens. She has won many awards, including first prize in the national erhu competition in Taiwan. Ms. Hung was selected to participate in Rising Stars of Chinese Music 2005, and performed in the National Concert Hall in Taiwan. She is active in both solo and collaborative performances and has played with many major orchestras, including the Taipei Symphony Orchestra and the National Chinese Opera Company. (http://www.unionhalltheater.org/Tsun_Hui_Hung.htm)

The program will also include pianists Megan Lavengood and Zachary Lynn. Both Ms. Lavengood and Mr. Lynn are undergraduate students majoring in piano performance at Ohio University. They will be performing selections from the Classical literature.

Fundraiser presented by the Union Hall Restoration & Education Committee.

Chesterhill Union Hall Theater: The Village of Chesterhill was founded by Quakers in 1834 and incorporated in 1899. Built in 1908, the Union Hall Theater provided a venue for speakers, musicians, artists and dramatic entertainers of the Chautauqua educational performance circuit for the first few decades of the 20th century. Beginning in the late 30s or early 40s, movies were shown that are still fondly remembered by many residents. Now a group of dedicated volunteers is reviving this 325-seat theater on a non-profit basis with exciting and diverse programming and raising funds to restore it to its original splendor.
Call 740-554-6994


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