Racism in Chinese America Musical Diary of Jon Jang

APICC is proud to feature Racism in Chinese America: Musical Diary of Jon Jang, as part of the United States of Asian America Festival 2020: FINDING KINSHIP.

An evening of music and discussion of Jon Jang's music and history with Chinatown. Featuring work from Jang's Angel Island Give Me a Name and A Chinaman’s Chance, A Choy’s Chance.

Funded by Yerba Buena Center for the Arts as part of the YBCA Fellows program and CMC Faculty Creative Stimulus.

This event was originally set to occur at 945 ArtSpace.
Stay tuned for info and updates on online programming.
Header image by Andy Nozaka.

Featured Artist

For three decades, composer Jon Jang has created large scale works for large and small chamber music ensembles that has included: Can’t Stop Cryin’ for America: Black Lives Matter!, Chinese American Symphony performed by the Sacramento Philharmonic Orchestra and Oakland East Bay Symphony.

More info: www.asianimprov.org

WHEN
June 20, 2020 at 2pm - 3:30pm
WHERE
Online Location TBD
San Francisco, CA 94108
United States
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32 RSVPS
Amy Barach Joyce Nakamura Eric Hung Marta Ulvaeus Susan Asai David Ushijima Eric Mar Rev. Norman Fong Stan Shikuma Zara Houshmand Susan Hayase Genny Lim Deborah Wong Tamis Renteria Jon Jang Edward Wong Ellie Hisama

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