CYCS – The Next Generation of Chinese Musical Heritage
2014 CCOM Chinese Instrument Exam
11/10/2014: All evaluation forms have been mailed to mailing address specified on the registration.
CCOM Concert Recital Featuring Distinction Candidates
Date/Time: Dec 20, 2014 (Sat) 7:00 PM
Venue: Santa Clara University Music Recital Hall
Tickets: Free Admission
1st Floor of Music and Dance Building
Santa Clara University,
500 El Camino Real,
Santa Clara, CA 95053
(Located on the edge of university campus. Recital Hall entrance is on Franklin St between Alviso St and Lafayette St.)
See university website for detail directions.
Parking is free on weekends in most campus parking lots.
Alternate Class Location at 4620 Fortran Dr San Jose
Due to game days in the nearby Levi’s stadium, on 9/28, 10/5, 11/23, CYCS classes will be moved to another location. Students and visitors please take note:
Oct 12 4800 Patrick Henry Dr, Santa Clara, CA 95054
Oct 19 4800 Patrick Henry Dr, Santa Clara, CA 95054
Oct 26 4800 Patrick Henry Dr, Santa Clara, CA 95054
Nov 2 CCOM Exam / No Class
Nov 9 4800 Patrick Henry Dr, Santa Clara, CA 95054
Nov 16 4800 Patrick Henry Dr, Santa Clara, CA 95054
Nov 23 4620 Fortran Dr, San Jose, CA 95134
Nov 30 Thanksgiving Break
See google map.
California Youth Chinese Symphony offers classes on Chinese traditional instruments to youth and adults. Students can select from erhu, dizi, pipa, liuqin, zhongruan, sheng, yangqin, guzheng, and cello. Classes are taught by music professionals who are highly skilled and with many years of teaching experience. Instructors are also friendly and very supportive for children. Check out the current class schedule or any upcoming new classes to see what might interest you.
New beginning level classes will be available in November. Classes are conducted in small group and taught by friendly music professionals. Reasonable fees and students will have the opportunity to play in the orchestra after extended period of learning. Check back for more details.
Members perform throughout the year. Students introduce Chinese music and traditional instruments to the public through performances and participation in community cultural events. Contact us if you are looking for student volunteers to perform in your community events or professional artists to play Chinese music for your corporate events or private parties.
Last updated: December 9, 2014 at 15:26 pm by