Hope you and the families have done well with the storm. NCLS will open as usual at the regular hours on Sunday.
We’d like to remind you that, the Daylight savings time ends this weekend. Please set your clock back an hour, and be sure to come to school on time.
The news for this week are-
Talent Show in school auditorium at 5:30pm
The Talent Show has a traditional fund raising event for the Support China Education Program. You may find the pictures and programs from last year’s show on this school journal (page 15 – 17):
Please be encouraged to go on the stage and show your talent, and provide your support to students’ education in China. The registration form for Talent Show can be downloaded via the link below, you may fill it up and bring it to school on Sunday:
Introduction Session from the Support China Education Group
The Supporting China Education working group is going to held an introduction session in Room 319 on Sunday. Student members from last year will come to talk about their experiences. Please come to join them if you are interested.
Time: 3:40pm – 4:45pm
Presented by: NCLS 支教小组
Thank you for your attention. See you on Sunday!
Nan and Guangsong
NCLS Principals 2012 – 2013
中華表演藝術基金會 Foundation For Chinese Performing Arts
Presenting a fabulous piano concert on Saturday Nov. 3 :
Sat. 11/3/2012, 8 pm
NEC’s Jordan Hall
The Long Piano Duo
Selected by The Boston Globe as the “Editor’s Pick”
Tickets: $15 (Students), $30, $50 (VIP)
100 free student tickets available at http://www.ChinesePerformingArts.net
(1 per request for age 14 and up) Children under 6 not admitted
Student/Senior rush tickets $10, 6:30 pm at Box office
CDs for sale at Concert ($10-$15)
Mozart: Die Zauberflöte Overture, K. 620 ‘Magic Flute’ (1791) (Transcribed by Ferruccio Busoni)
Messiaen: from Visions de l’Amen (1943)
V. Amen des anges, des saints, du chant des oiseaux
Takeshi Assai: Spring Thunder (2010)
Arensky: from Silhouettes, Opus 23 (1892)
I. The Scholar
II. The Coquette
III. The Buffoon
V. The Dancer
Bach: Concerto in C Major for Two Pianos and Strings, BWV 1061a
Bach: Concerto in C minor for Two Pianos and Strings, BWV 1060
Accompanied by “The St. Botolph Strings”, an ensemble consists of 18 top level players from the New England Conservatory, coached by Lynn Chang.
“This is duo pianism of a high level indeed…….”
New York Concert Review
“..with their barnstorming technique….the Taiwan natives allowed every piece they played to speak for itself.”
The Washington Post
“Long Duo conveyed the music’s extreme psychic vacillations, state of mind the composer experienced… jovial parodies and a compelling sense of direction.” The Washington Post