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HAO JIANG TIAN

 

Marco Polo

Guangzhou Opera House

Guangzhou, China
May 9, 11, 12, 2020, 7:30 pm


 


 

iSING! Composition Competition

The iSING! Festival will be commissioning 

young composers from around the world

to compose original works set to Tang Dynasty poems.

 

This will be the first time in the world

that a concert of original compositions set to

classical Chinese poetry is commissioned and produced.

 

The world premiere tour of the commissioned works will take place in Suzhou Culture and Arts Center, August 21, 2020, and Jiangsu Grand Theatre, August 23, 2020, with a full orchestra.


Tian as Kublai Khan in Marco Polo

 
Opera Star Hao Jiang Tian Bridges East and West
The Wall Street Journal
June 19, 2019

 
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CCTV 春晚 Spring Festival Gala
February 15, 2018

 

Hao Jiang Tian, the Artistic Director of iSING! and

the iSING! alum from around the world came back

to China to perform at the most watched annual

CCTV春晚, a Chinese New Year celebration gala

program.

 

Click photo to watch from YouTube.
 

 

 

 

 

                 

 


 

From Mao to the Met with Hao Jiang Tian
Friday, November 3, 2017 at 7:30pm


Manhattan School of Music at Miller Recital Hall

 

In this one-man-show, Tian sings and tells stories about his journey from 

China to the opera stages worldwide, and what he is doing bridging the 

east and west today.

 

BraVo Award "The Best Classical Male Vocal Artist"

Bolshoi Theatre, Moscow
March 19, 2019

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

                 

 

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Nurturing a Star of Opera’s Next Generation

By VAL HALLER
New York Times
 

iSING! Festival featured in The Wall Street Journal

By ELLEN GAMERMAN
 

Face to Face

Opera News 

East Is East, and West Is West, but the Twain

Are Now Meeting in Opera      
By SHEILA MELVIN

New York Times

 

 


Opera Buffet   

By MIMI SHERATON

New Yorker

Hao Jiang Tian as Coffin Maker in

Amy Tan's The Bonesetter's Daughter

By ANTHONY TOMMASINI

New York Times 

 

Sonic Boom on The Bonesetter's Daughter

Chinese composers and artists are making a mark on US opera stages 

By RONG XIAOQING

SOUTH CHINA MORNING POST

 

Postmodernism in a poetic wrapping

By Peter Clark

Financial Times