Scott Cao Cultural Heritage Foundation's "When East Meets West Concert" will start on August 28
The "When East Meets West Concert" jointly organized by Scott Cao Cultural Heritage Foundation and San Francisco Main library ( 100 Larkin St.) is scheduled to be held at 1 p.m. on August 28, 2022 in San Francisco Main Library.
[When East Meets West Concert] is a music feast of passion collision, mixing and integration of Chinese and Western instruments, jointly brought by Mr. Scott Cao, lifelong honorary chairman of Scott Cao Cultural Heritage Foundation and a world-famous violin maker, and dozens of professional and amateur musicians and musicians of Chinese and western music in the San Francisco Bay area. Chinese and Western instruments such as Violin,Viola, cello, double bass, bassoon, Xiao, Di, guqin, zither, pipa, erhu, Gaohu, Jinghu, dulcimer, zhongruan and Qin Qin will all appear, bringing many famous Chinese and western music to the audience.
Mr. Scott Cao is recognized as one of the best and most well-known Chinese violin maker in the world. His violin has been praised, used and collected by many famous international and domestic violinists. For many years, he is the only master violin maker selected as an Asian on Wikipedia. Among his colleagues of Chinese descent, he is the most well-known and influential, the undoubted number one iconic figure.During the poetry creation, he created new ideas and translated all or part of dozens of Chinese classics including "Yi Jing”, “Dao De Jing", "Sun Zi Bing Fa” and other dozens of Chinese classics to make the essence easy to understand and also catchy and easy to remember. It is unprecedented.